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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
Lewis Oil Spill Approximately 3,000 gallons of petroleum product was released from a storage tank by an act of vandalism. The product was initially caught in a containment area but the vandal opened the lines allowing the product to reach the adjacent ditch where it was contained. Cleanup crews are onsite capturing the free product for disposal and are making arrangements to excavate all impacted soils to transport to a certified disposal facility. The site will then be restored to its original state 11/01/2018 10:06 EDT Lewis Oil Company 893 N SR 19; Palatka FL; 32177 Putnam Alan Chandler Manager (352) 472-7295 agent Alan Chandler (352) 472-7295 29.658785 -81.667227 11/01/2018 09:59 EDT Yes Incident Location
Wastewater Spill Fort Lauderdale Wastewater spill due to a broken (8) eight inch force main. The spill was caused by a contractor excavating near the existing force main. The spill was contained by the contractor. The estimated volume recovered was approximately 1500 gallons.The area where the spill occurred was cleaned with the high volume high pressure vacuum truck and the area was disinfected with chlorine. 11/01/2018 08:03 EDT North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant NW 31st Street and NW 19th Street ; Directions: Latitude: 26.149641 Longitude:-80.181755; Fort Lauderdale  FL; 33311 Broward Mike Kelly Utility Superintendent (954) 831-0821 First Responder Mike Kelly (954) 831-0821 26.150787 -80.186946 10/31/2018 10:20 EDT No 10/31/2018 12:30 EDT Incident Location
Jerry Moore Lift Station Release 10.30.18 Jerry Moore Lift Station had a pump failure due to the large quantity of sand pump to it after Hurricane Michael. 10/31/2018 17:50 EDT Lift Station 76, Jerry Moore 4550 Coastal HWY; Crawfordville FL; 32327 Wakulla Ned F. Nobles Utility Manager (512) 689-4047 Operator Of the Facility Ned F. Nobles (512) 689-4047 30.14126 -84.315697 10/30/2018 12:00 EDT No 10/30/2018 13:00 EDT Incident Location
PSJ STUMP HOLE 8" LINE 8" SEWAGE LINE SEVERED ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE STUMP HOLE, RELEASING INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO. The approximate volume is 4000 gallons. Samples were taken to the water spigot in panama city. 10/31/2018 12:47 EDT City of Port St Joe 455 CR 382; Directions: On Cape San Blas road. Past RCA services, gulf side,just before large boulders . That is the "stump hole" area. The severed line is or was on the gulf side of the road just before the large boulders (west side of the rocks). ; Port St Joe FL; 32457 Gulf Kevin Pettis WWTP Manager (850) 229-6395 Operator Of the Facility John Grantland (850) 229-8247 29.678 -85.365 10/29/2018 15:00 EDT No 10/29/2018 17:00 EDT Incident Location
Winter Garden Vineland Road Reclaim Main, 10-30-18 The discharge of reclaimed water was caused by third a party subcontractor performing directional drilling activities under Winter Garden Vineland Road. The contactor struck a twelve inch reclaimed water main which discharged directly into the bore path. The discharge then followed through the existing bore under the north bound lanes and east right-of-way of Winter Garden Vineland Road. This caused undermining of the paved road surface, east right-of-way and sidewalk. The discharge then sheet flowed in a northeast direction entering a upland buffer area where sediment deposited and water was absorbed into the ground. No storm water structures have been impacted by the discharge. Field Services Staff have since repaired the damaged main and temporarily patched the affected roadway. The onsite development contractor is currently removing the soil from the affected area. Orange County Environmental Protection Division have been contacted. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 100,000 gallons released, 0 gallons recovered, 100,000 gallons unrecovered, and 0 gallons discharged to surface water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare 10/31/2018 11:53 EDT OCU Reclaimed Water Distribution System ; Directions: Near 10387 Vista Oaks Court, Orlando, FL 32836; Orlando FL; 32836 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II (407) 836-6839 Engineer II Troy Layton (407) 254-9977 28.415661 -81.532739 10/30/2018 12:10 EDT Yes Incident Location
Hydraulic Oil Release to Soil From Track Hoe A hydraulic hose from a contractor construction track hoe failed causing no more than 40 gallons of hydraulic fluid to leak out onto the soil. The hydraulic oil puddled under the track hoe and was promptly cleaned up for proper disposal. No other impacts. 10/31/2018 09:43 EDT Georgia-Pacific Consumer Operations 215 County Road 216; Palatka FL; 32177 Putnam Jim Eckenrode Environmental Manager (770) 843-3302 Owner Of the Facility Jim Eckenrode (770) 843-3302 29.6832 -81.677712 10/29/2018 11:00 EDT No 10/29/2018 11:00 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 701 Eastbay Dr., Largo, FL Privately owned lift station experienced power loss due to Duke Energy power failure. Sanitary sewer discharge occurred through the lift station valve box as a result of the power failure. Duke energy could not access the power pole located on a Duke Energy easement due to the area being overgrown. A pump truck arrived to vacuum the spill in the interim. Tree trimmers were called out to the site to clear the area, in order for Duke Energy to make the necessary repairs. Approximately 1200 gallons of sewage entered the Starkey Rd. water basin. 10/31/2018 09:14 EDT SunPointe Pl. Apartments 701 East Bay Dr.; Largo FL; 33770 Pinellas Candice Zollicoffer Environmental Compliance Supervisor (727) 518-3076 Employee for the City of Largo Env. Services Dept. Candice Zollicoffer (727) 518-3076 27.916 -82.78 10/30/2018 23:00 EDT No 10/31/2018 01:00 EDT N Incident Location
6770 US HWY 98 N, Lakeland Approximately 11,100 gallons of raw wastewater discharged from a private manhole into a grassy area and a retention pond. Further investigation determined the overflow was due to near-by Lift Station #72's (1399 Marcum Road) electric meter can burning up causing the station to lose power. The meter can was repaired and the lift station was on generator power as of 9:30 AM. The affected area was treated with lime disinfectant and they were unable to recover what had discharged. Signs have been posted around the pond and sampling will occur in the next few days. Clean-up action was completed at 11:00 AM and main power was restored to the lift station at 2:45 PM on October 30, 2018. 10/30/2018 14:59 EDT Northwest Regional WWTF; FLA 178667 8950 North Campbell Road; Lakeland FL; 33810 Polk John Belangia Environmental Specialist II (863) 298-4270 Polk County Utilities Art Tillman (863) 393-5500 28.129302 -81.973982 10/30/2018 07:40 EDT No 10/30/2018 09:30 EDT Incident Location
sand filter overflow At 6:15 AM on 10/29/18 the sand filter pumps failed. After resetting the pumps and getting them back on line problem seemed to have been fixed with no changes. 4 to 5 Thousand gallons spilled out it was treated water and was contained in a containment area. No clean up needed. At 9:15 PM operator on duty called having problems again, I responded and replaced the pump sequencer and problem seems to be corrected, no spill at that time. 10/30/2018 00:47 EDT City of Zephyrhills wastewater plant 39825 Alston Ave.; Zephyrhills FL; 33542 Pasco michael perry wastewater superintendent (813) 780-0000 Superintendent michael perry (813) 780-0000 28.220644 -82.156759 10/29/2018 06:30 EDT No 10/29/2018 07:15 EDT Incident Location
Canal Street New Smyrna Crossing Approximately 100 gallons of hydraulic fluid discharged from railroad machinery when a line burst from the equipment, approximately 200 feet south of the Canal Street Railroad Crossing in New Smyrna Beach, FL. 10/29/2018 16:30 EDT Florida East Coast Railway Main Line Canal Street Crossing ; New Smyrna Beach FL; 32168 Volusia Cory Donoher Scientist II (904) 553-3671 Authorized Agent for FECR Cory Donoher (904) 553-3671 29.022845 -80.926787 10/28/2018 17:45 EDT No 10/28/2018 18:00 EDT N Incident Location