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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
Emergency Outfall Release 9-11-18 thru 9-17-18 At 14:03 on 9-11-18 the emergency outfall was opened to provide relief to the reuse storage pond. The storage pond contains treated effluent from the Haines City Waste Water treatment plant. This water is typically used for irrigation. At 8:45AM on 9-17-18 the emergency Outfall was closed. An estimated 9,856,436 gallons of treated effluent was released. 09/12/2018 14:24 EDT City of Haines City WWTP FLA012977 851 East Park Rd; Directions: From Interstate 4 head South on HWY 27 to Hwy17/92, head East and continue on Hinson Ave. head North on 30th street to Johnson Ave. then head East to Park Rd. then head North and the Waste Water Plant will be on the Right.; Haines City FL; 33844 Polk Tommy King WWTP Lead Operator (863) 421-3690 Operator Of the Facility Linda Fisher (863) 421-3690 28.115 -81.592 09/11/2018 14:05 EDT No 09/17/2018 08:45 EDT Y Polk, Incident Location
8003 Merrill Road Blockage caused manhole to overflow with sewer. Sewer went to storm drain attached to creek. Wash down and vacuum up wash down water/sewer from impacted area. 100 gallons released to water, 50 gallons recovered. Sampling conducted 9/12/2018. 09/12/2018 13:35 EDT JEA Collection System  FL Duval Alan Tablada Manager, Environmental Incident Response (904) 703-0425 Environmental Glenn Davis (904) 591-4777 30.352504 -81.56283 09/11/2018 13:25 EDT No 09/11/2018 15:00 EDT Incident Location
6801 Blanding Blvd ​Contractor hit force main while digging to install cable line. 30,000 gallons of sewer released, 12,000 gallons released to water, 18,000 gallons recovered. Vacuum up sewer from ditch, apply hydrated lime to impacted area. Signs posted in area. Release impacted stormwater conveyance channel that leads to Ortega River. Sampling of area beginning 9/12/2018. 09/12/2018 13:22 EDT JEA Force Main  FL Duval Alan Tablada Manager, Environmental Incident Response (904) 665-5760 Environmental Glenn Davis (904) 591-4777 30.225877 -81.737855 09/11/2018 22:00 EDT No 09/12/2018 02:00 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow On 9-11-18 we had a sanitary sewer spill at Rockwood Rd & Birdwhistle Blvd by Lift Station #305. The cause of discharge is due to a contractor digging without a Sunshine spot ticket. Estimated volume of discharge is 3000 gallons with 3000 recovered. 09/12/2018 11:44 EDT Force Main Rookwood Fd & Birdwhistle Blvd By Lift Station 305; Pensacola FL; 32514 Escambia Catherine Matthews Communications Coordinator II (850) 969-6500 Communications Coordinator 11 Doug Gibson (850) 969-6513 30.535983 -87.197719 09/11/2018 12:00 EDT No 09/11/2018 12:30 EDT Incident Location
John Fayard moving and warehousing spill September 12, 2018 at 0845 ET A John Fayard moving and warehousing truck (56516) was involved in a single vehicle accident causing the vehicle to overturn. It was estimated that 150 gallon of diesel fuel was lost. The release impacted the asphalt and soil area. No drains or water ways were reported to be impacted by the release 09/12/2018 10:37 EDT John Fayard Moving and warehousing HWY-85 and Government Ave; Valparaiso FL Okaloosa Jonathan Homard Project Manager (440) 772-1102 3rd party consultant Jonathan Homard (440) 772-1102 30.519864 -86.501834 09/12/2018 08:50 EDT No 09/12/2018 08:50 EDT Incident Location
reuse water spill at Central Blvd and Indian Creek Dr W Reuse water overflow from storage pond. Estimated 15,000 gallons overflowed unto golf course approximately 5,000 gallons entered storm sewer. 09/11/2018 16:22 EDT Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District 2500 Jupiter Park Dr; Jupiter  FL; 34997 Palm Beach Adrian Sanchez foreman (561) 262-3464 foreman Albrey Arrington (561) 747-5700 26.913192 -80.130828 09/11/2018 11:40 EDT No 09/11/2018 11:55 EDT Incident Location
Village Water WWTP Effluent Disposal Pond Discharge 09/11/18 This update is to report that the discharge has Ceased as of 09/13/2018 @ 7:15 am. An estimated total volume of discharge for the event is <50 gallons. Operator phoned to report that upon performing operational visit this afternoon @ 1330 pm, found effluent discharging through the east pond EDD pipe at a rate of <1 gallon per minute. Rains from the past weeks and elevated plant flows are believed to have contributed to the high pond levels. Discharge is currently ongoing. Operator will continue to monitor levels daily of both ponds. Operator is collecting sample as per protocol. ADF for September - 0.042 mgd - Rainfall recorded at facility for September - 2.3 inches 09/11/2018 16:02 EDT Village Water Wastewater Treatment Facility 4411 Maine Avenue; Eaton Park FL; 33801 Polk Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 28.011 -81.863 09/11/2018 13:30 EDT No 09/13/2018 07:15 EDT N Polk, Incident Location
936 North Wymore Road Manhole lid at 626 Lee Road (Quality Inn & Suites) removed. We suspect that Quality Inn personnel removed manhole to alleviate flooding in parking lot. Re-install manhole lid and verify that lift stations are back to normal operations. Quality Inn & Suites have been informed to stop removing manhole lid. Welded Lid shut 09/11/2018 15:13 EDT manhole at 626 Lee Road 626 Lee Road; winter park FL; 32789 Orange Lon Katschor Chief of Utility Maintenance (407) 599-3570 Operator Of the Facility Suellen Sanders (407) 599-3519 28.60679 -81.384904 09/10/2018 20:20 EDT No 09/10/2018 21:05 EDT Incident Location
EWRF 9-10-18, 21:00 At approximately 2100 plant staff performed a plant inspection during heavy rain storm and noticed the pretreatment alarm flashing. This occurred while the influent by pass gate was open 100%. Plant staff then inspected the temporary wall flange for the air duct system and observed untreated wastewater discharging. The amount of flow discharging from the wall flange was reduced by utilizing a 6 inch hose that was installed to siphon untreated wastewater from the air duct system. Plant staff estimated the discharge rate from the wall flange to be about 300 gallons a minute. Due to the continuing high influent flow, a total of 65 minutes elapsed before the leak stopped. The total discharge was estimated to be 19,500 gallons. The majority of the spill was pooled on adjacent paved and unpaved surfaces near the wall flange or drained back into the pretreatment drain system. A tanker crew was dispatched to clean the affected areas. A combination of untreated wastewater and rain water was recovered and returned to the plant for treatment. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 19,500 gallons released, 20,000 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. 09/11/2018 14:58 EDT Eastern Water Reclamation Facility (EWRF) 1621 South Alafaya Trail; Orlando FL; 32828 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II (407) 836-6839 Engineer II Mark Robinson (407) 254-9977 28.521606 -81.201072 09/10/2018 21:00 EDT No 09/10/2018 22:05 EDT Incident Location
5536 Colonial Oaks Bl 091 WE HAD A VERY SMALL 6┐ FORCE MAIN LEAK AT 5536 COLONIAL OAKS BLVD. AT 3:00 PM 9/10/18. CREWS REMOVED DAMAGED REPAIR BAND AND REPLACED WITH NEW. DISHCHARGE OF 20 GALLONS ALL RECOVERED. THE AFFECTED AREA WAS WASHED DOWN AND VACUUMED UP USING THE VAC ┐TRUCK. THE SPILL CEASED AT 5:30PM 9/10/18. NO BODIES OF WATER WERE AFFECTED. 09/11/2018 10:56 EDT Bee Ridge WRF Service Area  FL Sarasota Sean Lacaille Operations Manager (941) 465-6184 Operator Of the Facility Patricia Niahrt (941) 650-8288 27.311932 -82.459653 09/10/2018 15:00 EDT No 09/10/2018 17:30 EDT Incident Location