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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
SSO from forcemain in front of 4720 Green Blvd. Naples Fl An undetermined amount of untreated wastewater was released in front of 4720 Green Blvd. due to a broken forcemain. The line was repaired and disinfected with lime. 05/11/2018 15:47 EDT Collier County Water-Sewer District 4720 Green Blvd.; Naples FL; 34116 Collier Steve Nagy Wastewater Collections Manager SteveNagy@colliergov.net (239) 252-2600 Operator Of the Facility Margie Hapke (239) 252-2679 MargieHapke@colliergov.net 26.199306 -81.704914 05/11/2018 09:00 EDT No 05/11/2018 15:05 EDT Incident Location
matlacha pass diesel fuel slick eminating from boat docked at 4440 pine island road in matlacha. slick has spread from the pass and into the adjacent waterways. do not know who to contact. 05/10/2018 08:28 EDT dobbys 4440 pine island road; Directions: next to matlacha pass bridge; matlacha FL; 33993 Lee anonymous anonymous anonymous@anonymous.com (239) 999-9999 on the waterway and observed diesel oil spilling anonymous (239) 999-9999 anonymous@anonymous.com 26.632 -82.069 05/10/2018 06:00 EDT Yes Incident Location
Release from In-Ground Hydraulic Lifts Recent soil and groundwater assessment activities completed at the facility indicate the presence of total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in soil and groundwater at concentrations above SCTLs and GCTLs, respectively. The presence of TPH is the result of leaking in-ground hydraulic lifts. 05/09/2018 15:01 EDT Honda of Fort Myers 14020 South Tamiami Trail; Fort Myers FL Lee Nathan O'Leary Project Manager/Hart & Hickman noleary@harthickman.com (704) 586-0007 Consultant Nathan O'Leary (704) 586-0007 noleary@harthickman.com 26.641864 -81.85317 05/08/2018 14:45 EDT No 05/08/2018 14:55 EDT Incident Location
AUDIE BROOK FORCE MAIN The incident occurred on 5/8/2018 at 1030 Greenturf Dr. due to a contractor hitting a 8" force main. 50 gallons was spilled due to the incident, area was clean and lime. 05/09/2018 08:28 EDT AUDIE BROOK LIFT-STATION ; SPRING HILL FL Hernando James Minnie Asset Information Specialist jminnie@co.hernando.fl.us (352) 754-4490 Asset Information Specialist Larry Cooper (352) 754-4490 lcooper@co.hernando.fl.us 28.447841 -82.545445 05/08/2018 16:00 EDT No 05/08/2018 20:30 EDT Incident Location
Lee County Utilities Three Oaks WWTP Sewage Discharge A subcontractor working on plant upgrades at the Three Oaks WWTP opened a valve on a new in-plant force main that was not connected. After coworkers realized sewage was discharging from the pipe they alerted the person who opened the valve and he quickly closed the valve. The duration of the valve being opened was approximately 30 seconds. Approximately 800 gallons of partially treated sewage discharged from the line into an excavation. All of the discharge was contained on-site. Using a dewatering pump approximately 600 gallons was recovered and pumped to the plant lift station. The affected are was disinfected with lime. 05/08/2018 18:17 EDT Three Oaks Wastewater Treatment Plant 18521 Three Oaks Parkway; Directions: I-75 to Alico Road. Go West on Alico to Three Oaks Parkway. Turn left onto Three Oaks Parkway. Wastewater Treatment Plant of left hand side approximately 1.5 miles.; Ft. Myers FL; 33912 Lee Robert Dick Lead Operator Rdick@leegov.com (239) 634-2681 Operator Of the Facility Robert Dick (239) 634-2681 Rdick@leegov.com 26.470727 -81.792745 05/08/2018 13:25 EDT No 05/08/2018 13:25 EDT Incident Location
600 Clearlake Rd., Cocoa, Sewer Spill On 5/5/2018 at about 3:09 pm sewage was reported leaking at the Chevron Gas Station at 600 Clearlake Road in Cocoa, Florida. The on-call person responded and found the leaking sewer bubbling up threw the asphalt. The on-call person called a crew in. They shut off the valves on the east and west side of the break and stopped it from leaking at 3:35 pm. The locators were called to locate any utilities in the area before digging. The crew started repairs at 7:45 pm. The 12" force main had a 3/4" tap, the copper line had deteriorated causing sewer to leak and bubble up threw the asphalt. The crew finished up with repairs at 9:50 pm the valves were opened back up and it was back in service at 10:05 pm. The contaminated soil was removed and hauled to the landfill. The area was cleaned up with the Vac Con Truck and Pine Oil Disinfectant was applied to all areas affected by the spill. We estimate the spill to be under 1,000 gallons. The State Warning Point Toll Free Number was called on May 5, 2018 at 6:03 pm to report the spill. If anyone needs any further assistance, please contact Gary Parker at (321) 433-8755 or email gparker@cocoafl.org. 05/08/2018 11:33 EDT Chevron Gas Station 600 Clearlake Rd.; Cocoa FL; 32926 Brevard Donald W. Downs Conservation/Public Relations Officer ddowns@cocoafl.org (321) 433-8705 Conservation/Public Relations Officer Donald W. Downs (321) 433-8705 ddowns@cocoafl.org 28.36 -80.755 05/05/2018 15:05 EDT No 05/05/2018 22:05 EDT Incident Location
SSO_500 Solar Isle Drive_Q327618 Four inch force main failed at subject address. Pump stations were shut down and site secured until AM. Vacuum trucks will maintain system. Some impact to stormwater catch basin. Stormwater outfalls to Sunset Lake. Calculated volume will be provided once pipe is excavated. 05/07/2018 21:18 EDT GTL - FLA041378  FL Broward Larry Teich Environemental Resouces Supervisor lteich@fortlauderdale.gov (954) 828-7844 Environemental Resouces Supervisor Larry Teich (954) 828-7844 lteich@fortlauderdale.gov 26.116815 -80.113862 05/07/2018 17:05 EDT No 05/07/2018 20:20 EDT Incident Location
CR450A - Umatilla Industrial WW Leak At approximately 9:00 am. on 5/05/2018 a break in the underground Industrial Wastewater pipeline was discovered 1.9 miles east of Citrus World, Inc. - Umatilla on the north side CR 450A approximately 40 ft. from center. Wastewater pumps were shut off and gate valves were closed to isolate the section of pipeline affected. A break in the 10 piping is the cause for the unauthorized discharge. Repairs began at 7:00 a.m. on 5/07/2018 and work was completed by 2:30 PM. Approximately 500 gallons escaped to ground prior to repairs. 05/07/2018 15:58 EDT Citrus World, Inc. 38851 SR 19; Directions: Leak occurred Approx 1.9 miles east of 38851 SR 19, Umatilla on CR 450A; Umatilla FL; 32784 Lake Valerie Gipson Engineering Coordinator valerie.gipson@floridasnatural.com (863) 676-1411 Coordinator of environmental reporting Jason Jones (352) 669-2101 jason.jones@floridasnatural.com 28.904416 -81.64442 05/05/2018 09:00 EDT No 05/07/2018 14:30 EDT Incident Location
TWA South Bermuda WRF Avenue B On May 7, 2018, starting at approximately 9:30 AM, and ending at approximately 11:30 AM, a raw wastewater spill occurred from a manhole near the intersection of Avenue B and 17-92. The spill was due to a bypass system failure, and was estimated to be 10,000 gallons of raw waste water, of which approximately 6,000 gallons were recovered. The company that installed the bypass system was notified to repair the bypass pumps, and vacuum trucks were used to recover as much wastewater as possible. The affected area was washed down and lime was applied. 05/07/2018 14:08 EDT TWA South Bermuda WRF  FL Osceola Adrian Brene Environmental Compliance Coordinator environmental@tohowater.com (407) 944-5016 Environmental Compliance Coordinator Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 environmental@tohowater.com 28.256533 -81.490696 05/07/2018 09:30 EDT No 05/07/2018 11:30 EDT Incident Location
Lindrick Services Collection System - 4807 Marine Parkway Emergency maintenance crews responded to a force main break in Lindrick service collection system. The event was called in at approximately 9:00 pm on 05/06/2018. Address of break -4807 marine parkway, New Port Richey, FL. Technicians shut down feed stations and interconnect, discharge had ceased by 11:00 pm. The repair was finalized by 2:15 am 05/07/2018. The discharge was contained to a field behind the condominiums, no water ways appear affected. The affected area was limed and will be cleaned. 05/07/2018 07:35 EDT Lindrick Services Collection System 4807 Marine Parkway; New Port Richey FL; 34654 Pasco Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 28.235189 -82.73405 05/06/2018 21:00 EDT No 05/06/2018 23:00 EDT Incident Location