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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
012919 15458 W Dixie Hwy North Miami Beach Wastewater spill caused by a broken force main at 15458 W Dixie Hwy. The estimated volume of the spill was 200 gallons which was contained on land and did not reach state or local waterways. Shut down curb stop valve (line not in service). The area of spill was cleaned and disinfected with Aqua Guard calcium hypochlorite granules. 01/30/2019 12:51 EST NMB Water 17050 NE 19 Ave; North Miami Beach FL; 33162 Miami-Dade Raisa Akaeva Water Compliance Supervisor (305) 582-6207 Operator Of the Facility Raisa Akaeva (305) 582-6207 25.919 -80.161 01/29/2019 16:00 EST No 01/29/2019 18:00 EST N Incident Location
SWRF 1030 01/29/2019 The North Plant Aeration Structure, at the South Water Reclamation Facility, overflowed due to a blockage at North clarifier #1. This resulted in a release of secondary treatment MLSS (mixed liquor suspended solids) onto three areas adjacent to the structure. The MLSS was contained in grassy swales and on a non-pervious roadway. Storm water inlets in the area are blocked due to construction. Therefore, no MLSS reached the storm water infrastructure. A Vac Truck was used to recover the MLSS from the grassy swales and roadway. All affected areas were washed down. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 3,000 gallons released, 2,000 gallons recovered, 1,000 gallons unrecovered, and 0 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 01/30/2019 10:02 EST South Water Reclamation Facility (SWRF) 4760 W Sand Lake Road; Orlando FL; 32819 Orange Allison Freese Environmental Engineer (407) 836-6944 Environmental Engineer Mark Robinson, Assistant Manager (407) 254-9977 28.444552 -81.4418 01/29/2019 10:30 EST No 01/29/2019 10:50 EST Incident Location
Small Oil Sheen on the LWDD L-48 Canal Small petroleum oil sheen on the LWDD L-48 Canal at West Royal Palm Road on the south side of the bridge. Sheen was in the water and contained with 4 sock-up booms. 01/30/2019 09:59 EST Lake Worth Drainage District Canal L-48 ; Directions: Palmetto Park Road and West Royal Palm Road, Boca Raton, FL; Boca Raton FL Palm Beach Rosemary Rayman Public Information (561) 498-5363 Employee of Lake Worth Drainage District Rosemary Rayman (561) 498-5363 26.35 -80.101 01/30/2019 08:30 EST No 02/13/2019 09:15 EST N Incident Location
TWA Sandhill WRF 1-30-19 On January 29, 2019, from approximately 1:00 PM to 1:100 PM, a partially treated wastewater spill occurred at the TWA Sandhill WRF. One of the pumps of the in-plant lift station malfunctioned, causing the lift station to overflow and resulted in an estimated 3,000 gallon spill. Toho personnel repaired the pump, raked up the dried sludge, and spread lime. The State Watch Office was notified and produced incident report #2019-576. 01/30/2019 09:50 EST TWA Sandhill WRF  FL Osceola Adrian Brene Environmental Compliance Coordinator (407) 944-5016 Environmental Compliance Coordinator Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 28.30977 -81.608859 01/29/2019 13:00 EST No 01/29/2019 13:10 EST Incident Location
16 inch force main crack The City of Pompano Beach 16 inch force main was cracked causing a wastewater discharge at 1100 South Federal Hwy. Approximately 200 gallons were released and about 25 to 30 gallons make its way into the stormwater system which flows to the tidal C-14 canal. Temporary repairs were made. However, the cracked section of the force main is schedule to be replaced tonight 1/30. 01/30/2019 08:46 EST City of Pompano Beach 1100 South Federal Hwy; Pompano Beach  FL; 33060 Broward Shana Coombs Compliance Coordinator (954) 545-7004 Employee Bobby Clayton (954) 786-4154 26.216389 -80.10556 01/29/2019 13:00 EST No 01/29/2019 13:30 EST Incident Location
Wastewater overflow at 4611 S. Church Ave On January 29, 2019, the City of Tampa Wastewater Department became aware of a wastewater overflow near 4611 S. Church Ave. due to a blocked pipeline caused by construction debris entering a manhole damaged by a contractor working on the Selmon Expressway project. The overflow started at approximately 8:15 am and stopped at approximately 1:20pm by shutting down an upstream pumping station. The volume of the overflow was estimated at approximately 4,600 gallons. The overflow discharged into a nearby storm ditch system. The overflow also discharged from a manhole located in the parking lot of the warehouse facility south of Coachman Ave. City crews used cleaner trucks to remove all standing water from the ditch and the parking lot. Approximately 2,000 gallons was recovered and returned to the collection system. These areas were also rinsed with clean water. The remaining portions of the overflow discharged into the retention pond east of the railroad tracks and west of Dale Mabry Hwy. Due to size of the retention pond, it was not practical to recover the wastewater the entered the pond. Water samples were taken from the pond and lab analysis shows bacteria levels were low. 01/30/2019 08:04 EST City Of Tampa Wastewater Department 2545 Guy Verger Blvd; Tampa FL; 33605 Hillsborough Charlie Lynch Chief Engineer City of Tampa Wastewater Department (813) 274-8916 Chief Engineer City of Tampa Wastewater Department Eric Weiss (813) 274-8070 27.897 -82.509 01/29/2019 08:15 EST No 01/29/2019 13:20 EST N Incident Location
North Lake Estates Effluent Pond Discharge Upon arrival to the site, the operator found the effluent disposal pond discharging through a over flow pipe to the adjacent grounds. The pond levels are elevated, 2.5 inches of rain was received in the local area on Sunday 01/27/2019. (North Lake Estates - FLA014266). Discharge is currently ongoing, estimated at a gallon per minute. No water ways have been affected. Northlake Estates Effluent Disposal Abnormal Event - Update Hauling of 70,000 gallons of water from the effluent disposal pond was completed to the Fort Drum disposal site. Discharge ceased 02/04/2019 by 3:00 pm when operator arrived to perform visit. 01/29/2019 17:22 EST North Lake Estates RV Resort 12044 East State Road 78; Moore Haven FL; 33471 Glades Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 26.984 -81.096 01/29/2019 10:00 EST No 02/04/2019 15:00 EST N Incident Location
Water Flood Inj. Line to J.E. Jackson 40-2 Release A release occurred on the Water Flood Injection Line to the J.E. Jackson 40-2 Injector on January 28, 2019 at 11:09 AM. The release was found by the field operator making his rounds. The field operator immediately started line isolation and called for assistance. The line was isolated by 11:15 AM. Berms were created to contain the released produced water. A vacuum truck was used to remove the produced water from the release site. The estimated amount of the release is 30 BBLs of produced water. The Injection Line was depressurized and will be blinded, clamped and flushed with fresh water in preparation for inspection and repairs. Contract crews commenced soil cleanup on January 28, 2019. 01/29/2019 11:15 EST St. Regis Gas Treating Facility P.O. Box 889; 5415 Oil Plant Road; Directions: Located approximately 1 mile West of Jay, FL.; Jay FL; 32565 Santa Rosa Larry Dilmore HSE Coordinator (850) 758-0538 HSE Coordinator Ben Watkins (713) 632-8569 30.963949 -87.203455 01/28/2019 11:10 EST No 01/28/2019 11:15 EST Incident Location
Vegetable-based Oil Release to Alafia River While completing loading of an outbound vessel at Mosaic Fertilizer's Riverview Facility, a hydraulic line on the loading equipment began leaking and released approximately 3 gallons of vegetable-based hydraulic fluid. Approximately 0.5 gallons spilled into waters of the state. The release was identified immediately, the hydraulic system was shutdown and oil absorbent booms and pads were utilized to collect and recover the released material. 01/29/2019 10:52 EST Mosaic-Riverview 8813 US Highway 41 South; Riverview FL; 33578 Hillsborough Wesley Williams Manager- Environmental (813) 775-4820 Operator Of the Facility Nikki Foster (813) 775-2977 27.857629 -82.392069 01/28/2019 12:55 EST No 01/28/2019 12:55 EST Incident Location
Rockledge WWTP Forcemain Break On 1/28/2019 @ ~1215 Employee hit 6-inch sewer forcemain onsite of the Rockledge Wastewater & Water Reclamation Facility with backhoe. The flow immediately shut off from the contributing lift station. The overflow was contained in a depressed area onsite. No surface water affected was affected. Approximately 4,000 gallons untreated sewer left the wastewater system, was contained onsite, vactored and returned to wastewater system. By 1430 the forcemain was repaired & re-pressurized Posts & signage installed to prevent future occurrences. FDEP local branch & State Watch reported. 01/29/2019 07:48 EST Rockledge Wastewater & Water Reclamation Facility 1700 Jack Oates Blvd.; Rockledge FL; 32955 Brevard Kevin Shropshire Pretreatment Coordinator (321) 221-7540 Pretreatment Coordinator Kevin Shropshire (321) 221-7540 28.327 -80.721 01/28/2019 12:15 EST No 01/28/2019 13:00 EST N Incident Location