Incident Details

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Incident Name Incident Report Report Date/Time Facility Name Facility Address Affected Counties Reporter Name Reporter Title Reporter E-mail Reporter Phone Reporter Role Contact Name Contact Phone Contact E-mail Latitude Longitude Release Start Date/Time On-going Release Release End Date/Time Migrated Off-Site (Y/N) Migrated Counties Map Display
South Texas Avenue Force Main, 11/9/18 Investigation revealed a split six inch PVC force main. The pipe failure allowed untreated wastewater to discharge onto paved and unpaved surfaces along the south right-of-way of South Texas Avenue. The discharged wastewater entered a storm water inlet box located approximately 170 feet west of the failure point. The storm water structure discharges into the north side of an adjacent storm water retention pond. A plume resulting from the discharge, evidenced by turbidity, was observed near the storm water discharge point. At the time of this observation Field Services staff immediately started recovery from the surcharged storm water inlet structure, halting the plume┐s progress, and then installed a pump to draw water directly from the retention pond. The pond┐s overflow structure, located at its south end, was initially discharging, however, Field Services Staff blocked this outflow to prevent the flow of water towards the outfall. The outfall is connected to Lake Buchannan. The retention pond and lake were monitored throughout the day. There were no signs of turbidity reaching Lake Buchannan. Approximately 84,000 gallons was recovered from the affected storm water structure using tanker trucks. Approximately 460,000 gallons of water was recovered from the retention pond with the use of a bypass pump. The force main has since been returned to normal operation and affected surfaces cleaned and deodorized. Public Notice of Pollution signs have been posted at the retention pond. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 15,000 gallons released, 544,000 gallons recovered, 0 gallons unrecovered, and 0 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 11/11/2018 09:18 EST OCU Wastewater Force Main System South Texas Ave; Directions: Near 4101 S. Texas Ave, Orlando, FL 32839; Orlando FL; 32839 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II (407) 836-6839 Engineer II Troy Layton (407) 463-4318 28.499884 -81.404458 11/10/2018 12:35 EST No 11/10/2018 13:35 EST Incident Location
Willow Springs Court, Force Main, 11/9/18 The discharge of untreated wastewater was caused by a damaged four inch PVC force main. The damage to the force main was sustained by the failure of an adjacent two inch PVC potable water main that was installed in close proximity. The failure of the water main produced a high pressure stream of water that was directed at the force main which eventually eroded a hole in the pipe wall. The affected area included unpaved land located just east of pump station 3400 Wekiwa Piedment. The mixture of untreated wastewater and potable water flowed down grade and entered an adjacent storm water retention pond. Staff have since repaired and returned both systems back to normal operation. Field Services staff have also setup a pump to recover the discharge directly from the storm water retention pond and will continue to do so until five times the discharge volume or over has been collected. Orange County Environmental Protection Division have been informed of the situation. OCEPD also dispatched their own staff to investigate the impacted areas. Additionally Public Notice of Pollution signs have also been posted near the storm water retention pond. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 100,000 gallons released, 325,000 current gallons recovered, 0 gallons unrecovered, and 0 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 11/10/2018 10:37 EST OCU Wastewater Force Main System Willow Springs Court; Directions: Near 2401 Willow Springs Court, Apopka, FL 32712; Apopka FL; 32712 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II (407) 836-6818 Engineer II Troy Layton (407) 254-9794 28.700361 -81.467806 11/09/2018 10:45 EST No 11/09/2018 16:30 EST Incident Location
Domestic Wastewater Overflow City crews discovered a force main break at 4:30 pm today near PS 94 at 202 Summerbrooke Drive. Based on a review of the flow data, it is estimated that 100,000 gallons of untreated domestic wastewater overflowed and accumulated in a closed stormwater system known as Holley Pond. Vac trucks and septic haulers were used to maintain the station while the system was off and the repair was in progress. The overflow ceased by 6:30PM. The pipe was repaired and the station resumed operation at 10:10 pm. Water quality samples will be taken. 11/09/2018 22:50 EST TP Smith Wastewater Collection System 4505 Springhill Road, Tallahassee FL 32305; Directions: Force main break occurred near PS 94 at 202 Summerbrooke Drive, off of Meridian Road. ; Tallahassee  FL; 32305 Leon Alissa Meyers Environmental Compliance Administrator (850) 891-8854 Environmental Compliance Administrator Charles Ziegmont (850) 508-0147 30.574086 -84.275096 11/09/2018 16:30 EST No 11/09/2018 18:30 EST Incident Location
Clintmore Road - SFRC Track 2 Approximately 25 gallons of diesel fuel and 100 gallons of hydraulic fluid discharged on the railroad ties and ballast approximately 379-ft North of the Clintmore Road Overpass on Track in Boca Raton, FL. The discharge occurred when railroad machinery derailed and fuel & hydraulic lines were punctured. The discharge is restricted to the track and ballast only. 11/09/2018 15:45 EST FDOT/Tri-Rail South Florida Rail Corridor ~379-ft North of Clintmore Road Overpass (Track 2); Directions: Contact SFRTA for access - Nikesha Thomas (954) 788-1788; Boca Raton FL; 33487 Palm Beach Jason Whitman Project Manager (786) 299-7268 Authorized Agent Jason Whitman (786) 299-7268 26.406459 -80.090556 11/09/2018 03:10 EST No 11/09/2018 05:35 EST N Incident Location
Penske diesel release November 8, 2018 at 0150 ET A Penske truck experienced a mechanical failure with the reefer unit on truck 556880. It was estimated that 3 gallons of diesel fuel was released impacting the asphalt parking lot. Granular absorbents were used to clean and contain the release. 11/09/2018 12:35 EST Penske 9020 King palm dr; Tampa FL Hillsborough Jonathan Homard Project Manager (440) 772-1102 3rd party consultant Jonathan Homard (440) 772-1102 27.976741 -82.349343 11/08/2018 01:20 EST No 11/08/2018 01:25 EST Incident Location
City of Graceville Spill or overflow occurring via manhole at treatment facility. Server rain event 4.75 inches of rain within 4 hours. Spill amount ongoing quanity reported to date 111,375 gallons 11/08/2018 14:47 EST City of Graceville WWTP 865 6th ave; Graceville FL; 32440 Jackson Charlie Martin City Engineer (850) 415-0817 Operator Of the Facility Charlie Martin (850) 415-0817 30.952946 -85.525686 11/07/2018 19:00 EST Yes Incident Location
EWRF 11-7-18, 11:50 At 12:00 an operator performing a status check found Sodium Hypochlorite filtering up through the sand on the north side of the Sodium Hypochlorite Building. The on-site construction company just ran a front-end loader through the area and ruptured a Chlorine Contact Chamber feed line approximately 12 inches below grade. The affected ground was excavated and the leak was stopped immediately. The estimated release was 30 gallons of 12% concentration Sodium Hypochlorite. The NRC was contacted at 12:07. Report #1229744. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 30 gallons released, 30 gallons recovered, 0 gallons unrecovered, and 0 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 11/08/2018 11:23 EST Eastern Water Reclamation Facility (EWRF) 1621 S Alafaya Trail; Orlando FL; 32828 Orange Allison Freese Environmental Engineer (407) 836-6944 Environmental Engineer Mark Robinson (407) 254-9977 28.522061 -81.201855 11/07/2018 11:50 EST No 11/07/2018 12:10 EST Incident Location
North RAS Well Overflow At 4:16 am on November 7, 2018, due to Operator Error, The North Return Activated Sludge (RAS) wet well overflowed onto concrete walk way and the ground. Approximately 4,500 gallons of RAS was overflowed and approximately 4,000 gallons were recovered. The remaining 500 gallons absorbed into the ground. After the recovery the area was disinfected with Simple Green. 11/07/2018 15:11 EST Water Conserv II, WRF 5420 LB McLeod Road; Directions: While heading North on Kirkman Road, turn West (right) onto LB McLeod Road. After traveling approximately 1 mile, the facility is on the right.; Orlando FL; 32817 Orange Steve Shelnutt Plant Manager (407) 509-5597 Operator Of the Facility Steve Shelnutt (407) 509-5597 28.503962 -81.452836 11/07/2018 04:15 EST No 11/07/2018 04:20 EST Incident Location
510 Linton Blvd N/A No bodies of water were affected by spill 11/06/2018 16:32 EST City of Delray Beach 434 S Swinton Ave; Delray Beach FL; 33444 Palm Beach Scott Solomon Water/Sewer Network Manager (561) 573-0470 Operator Of the Facility Scott Solomon (561) 573-0470 26.567833 -80.119611 11/05/2018 14:30 EST No 11/05/2018 15:30 EST Incident Location