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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
Wastewater overflow On Monday, 11/5/18 at approximately 10 pm., the shift operator discovered a slight wastewater discharge over the top of plant equalization tank. The operator quickly turned on EQ pumps to avoid additional discharge of wastewater. Upon further review it was found that the level transducer's high tank level alarm failed. It is estimated 1500 gallons of wastewater was discharged over the top and into the adjacent retention area. The affected area was washed down and treated with Sodium Hypochlorite. All of the Wastewater was contained on plant site.. 11/06/2018 14:44 EST D.B.Lee WRF 835 N Apollo Blvd.; Melbourne FL; 32935 Brevard Joe LaPan Superintendent joseph.lapan@mlbfl.org (321) 608-5800 Operator Of the Facility Joe LaPan (321) 608-5800 joseph.lapan@mlbfl.org 28.119 -80.636 11/05/2018 22:00 EST No 11/05/2018 22:15 EST N Incident Location
5617 Boeing Dr A blockage caused a manhole to overflow releasing 50 gallons of sewer onto roadway; 30 gallons went into the storm drain and 20 gallons was recovered from the curb. The area was washed down and disinfected. No water was recovered from the storm drain. Sampling will begin on 11/7/18. 11/06/2018 14:20 EST 5617 Boeing Dr 5617 Boeing Dr; Jacksonville FL; 32207 Duval Victoria Otto Environmental Scientist ottovl@jea.com (904) 465-7890 Incident Responder Victoria Otto (904) 465-7890 ottovl@jea.com 30.28069 -81.607113 11/06/2018 07:30 EST No 11/06/2018 08:35 EST Incident Location
Hydraulic Fluid Spill At approximately 09:50am, 6 November 2018, we had a small hydraulic fluid spill from an Ink delivery truck. The driver disconnected the hose to his onboard pump (used to pump ink into our tanks) incorrectly causing the spill. It was contained with 2 bags of absorption media, provided by our employee, and cleaned up. I estimate 4-5 gallons were spilled on the concrete pad. We have (2)two 5 gallon buckets containing the fluid absorption media which will be disposed of through our hazardous waste disposal vendor. The fluid was contained on the pad and did not enter any storm drains or leave the property. SDS - Citgo A/W Hydraulic Oil 46. 11/06/2018 13:44 EST Times Publishing company 1301 34th Street, North; Directions: At the Ink delivery station.; Saint Petersburg FL; 33713 Pinellas Jonathan Kemp Safety & Security Manager jkemp@tampabay.com (727) 893-8281 Safety Officer Jonathan Kemp (727) 893-8281 jkemp@tampabay.com 27.785556 -82.677176 11/06/2018 09:50 EST No 11/06/2018 11:00 EST Incident Location
Gravity sewer line break An eight inch gravity sewer line was damaged by a contractor while removing temporary utilities in the area. The release is estimated at 2500 gallons. It was contained within the excavation and there was no release outside the hole. The wastewater was removed by vacuum truck. An upstream manhole was plugged to stop the flow; bypass pumping was performed to avoid any further spill. 11/06/2018 10:14 EST Old Port Royale Cayman Way; Directions: From I-4---Exit on Epcot Center Drive. Left on E. Buena Vista Dr. Go past Chelonia Pkwy. Left on Cayman Way.; Lake Buena Vista FL; 32830 Orange Armando rodriguez Director, Environmental Affairs armando.rodriguez@disney.com (407) 390-5010 Owner Representative Armando Rodriguez (407) 390-5010 armando.rodriguez@disney.com 28.359729 -81.52708 11/05/2018 13:00 EST No 11/05/2018 16:30 EST Incident Location
1729 Beach Pkwy East Cape Coral 6" sewage force main ruptured at 9 AM 11/2/18. 5,000 gals of raw sewage released. 1200 gals recovered. Some sewage entered Orchid Canal at 1730 Beach Pkwy East. Line was isolated by 10 AM and repaired at 2 PM. 11/05/2018 16:00 EST Everest Water Reclamation  FL Lee Patrick Long Water Reclamation Manager wlong@capecoral.net (239) 574-0873 Operator Of the Facility Jon Kio (239) 574-0851 jkio@capecoral.net 26.573756 -81.938134 11/02/2018 09:00 EDT No 11/02/2018 10:00 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow UPDATE 11/15/18 WATER QUALITY SAMPLING FOR RETENTION POND HAVE BEEN COMPLETED, RESULTS WITHIN NORMAL. On November 05, 2018 at 07:15 am a sanitary sewer overflow occurred at Lift station 907 from a FPL main breaker tipped out Station control panel Approximately a total of 500 gallons was discharged of which 200 gallons entered the adjacent retention pond. The affected ground areas has been cleaned up with lime. Installed aerator in retention pond ?No swimming- No fishing? No Irrigation usage, signs have been posted and water quality samples will be collected from the retention pond. 11/05/2018 15:32 EST PBCWUD LS 0907 7658 Victory lane; Directions: West side of Legends Way and West on Victory Lane ; Delray Beach FL; 33446 Palm Beach Marla Smith Chief Communications msmith@pbcwater.com (561) 740-4600 Operator Of the Facility PBCWUD/Dispatch (561) 740-4600 msmith@pbcwater.com 26.441 -80.167 11/05/2018 07:15 EST No 11/15/2018 07:05 EST N Incident Location
City of Sarasota LS 40 Force Main City crews found a break in a line stop on the 16" force main at the Lift Station 40 site. The station was shut down and flow was diverted from the 16" main leaving the site to the 12" bypass main. Crews began the repair process as soon as the flow was stopped. Approximately 2,500 gallons was lost before the flow could be diverted. The wastewater entered the storm water collection system in the area and discharged into Whitaker Bayou. Samples will be collected. The force main was repaired and the spill site was treated with lime, hosed down and cleaned using the Vac truck. 11/05/2018 15:23 EST City of Sarasota AWWTP 1850 12th Street; Sarasota FL; 34236 Sarasota Verne Hall General Manager verne.hall@sarasotafl.gov (941) 661-1347 Owner Of the Facility Verne Hall (941) 661-1347 verne.hall@sarasotafl.gov 27.342974 -82.52253 11/05/2018 07:30 EST No 11/05/2018 15:00 EST Incident Location
Mill Warehouse Laydown Area spill At 10:00 AM we discovered a drum of Sugar Glide / lubricating oil that had been punctured and leaked its contents (55 gallons) onto the ground. We removed the drum and excavated an area approximately 15' x 15' x 6" deep. No oil went into a water body. 11/05/2018 14:38 EST Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative 1500 George Wedgworth Way; Belle Glade FL; 33430 Palm Beach Grant Lanham VP - Environmental Safety & Security grant.lanham@scgc.org (561) 996-5556 VP - Environmental Safety & Security Grant Lanham (561) 996-5556 grant.lanham@scgc.org 26.705319 -80.646247 11/05/2018 09:55 EST No 11/05/2018 11:05 EST Incident Location
wastewater overflow at 6401 Westshore Blvd On November 4, 2018, the City of Tampa Wastewater Department became aware of a wastewater overflow near 6401 S. Westshore Blvd. due to a grease blockage. The overflow started at approximately 5:20pm and was stopped at 7:45pm after the blockage was removed. The volume of the overflow was estimated at approximately 1,450 gallons. The overflow discharged into an adjacent telecommunications manhole and a grassy area next to the street. 11/05/2018 12:17 EST City Of Tampa Wastewater Department 2545 Guy Verger Blvd; Tampa FL; 33605 Hillsborough Charlie Lynch Chief Engineer City of Tampa Wastewater Department charlie.lynch@tampagov.net (813) 274-8916 Chief Engineer City of Tampa Wastewater Department Eric Weiss (813) 274-8039 Eric.weiss@tampagov.net 27.873688 -82.527047 11/04/2018 17:20 EST No 11/04/2018 19:45 EST Incident Location
Filter influent valve failure to close Fi8lter influent valve failed to close during backwash which led to 900 gallons of clarified water spilling to ground. Affected ground area what limed and work request generated for repairs. 11/05/2018 08:16 EST Fort Myers Beach WRF 17155 Pine Ridge Rd; Directions: From Summerlin road & Pine Ridge rd go south 2 blocks, facility of East side ; Fort Myers Beach FL; 33931 Lee Darryl Parker Lead Operator dparker3@leegov.com (239) 466-8039 Operator Of the Facility Darryl Parker (239) 466-8039 dparker3@leegov.com 26.492124 -81.934596 11/04/2018 08:55 EST No 11/04/2018 09:00 EST Incident Location