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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
Hydraulic Oil Release from On-Route Garbage Truck A side loading residential garbage truck was collecting garbage in a residential neighborhood bounded by Fay Blvd, Arabella Ln, Barclay Dr, and Espanol Ave at 9:30 am on 3/19/2019. On route, a hydraulic hose line on the hydraulic arm of the side loader broke and slowly released approximately 35 gallons of hydraulic oil to paved surfaces while servicing customers in the neighborhood. Due to the rain, hydraulic oil created a light sheen on the stormwater that reached multiple stormwater intake structures in the neighborhood. It is estimated 10-15 gallons reached the multiple stormwater inlet structures. A third-party contractor was deployed immediately and placed absorbent socks and pads at all areas within the neighborhood where sheen was observed. Additionally, two vacuum trucks were deployed to remove oil from the stormwater throughout the neighborhood areas where sheen was observed. The third-party contractor will continue clean-up activities to ensure any remaining hydraulic oil is removed from the paved surfaces and storm drain system. 03/20/2019 08:18 EDT Residential Neighborhood Bounded by Fay, Arabella, Barclay, & Espanol; Port St. John FL; 32927 Brevard Liz Foeller Area Environmental Protection Manager efoeller@wm.com (941) 720-0564 Environmental Representative Liz Foeller (941) 720-0564 efoeller@wm.com 28.478301 -80.774325 03/19/2019 09:30 EDT No 03/19/2019 10:00 EDT Incident Location
Truck Incident_I-75 SB MM 413S On March 12, 2019, a truck fire resulted in a release of approximately 25 gallons of diesel and 5 gallons of oil onto the land surface and into standing water of a retention area near I-75 near MM 413S. On March 16, 2019, approximately 1,800 gallons of water and petroleum was recovered from standing water using a vacuum truck. Absorbents were placed on the standing water to collect residual petroleum. Hepaco and Arcadis were retained to conduct additional source removal activities via excavation and vacuum truck. Source removal was guided by visual observation and field screening using an OVA. FDEP OER Manager Luke Lewis concurred with the cleanup approach. Following completion, a Source Removal Report will be submitted to FDEO OER. 03/19/2019 17:24 EDT Columbia County, FL Rest Area (Release Location) ; Directions: I-75 Southbound near MM 413S, Lake City, Florida; Lake City FL Columbia Andy Moats Hepaco PM Amoats@hepaco.com (706) 829-0145 Operator Of the Facility Andy Moats (706) 829-0145 Amoats@hepaco.com 29.978 -82.579 03/12/2019 00:00 EDT No 03/19/2019 17:00 EDT Incident Location
Four Corners Mine Circulation Water Release A pipeline transporting mine circulation water to the Four Corners Plant cracked allowing water to spray out and affect the containment berm. The water flowed out of the containment area, across a portion of LMR (5) reclamation and into the Little Manatee River. Upon discovery the pumping system was shut down, the flow was stopped and the containment berm was repaired. Turbidity readings collected in the Little Manatee River upstream and downstream of the site confirmed water met the turbidity water quality standard 03/19/2019 16:40 EDT Four Corners Mine 11200 State Road 37; Bradley FL; 33835 Hillsborough Bevan Adams Environmental Specialist bevan.adams@mosaicco.com (863) 232-7417 Environmental Support Nikki Foster (813) 775-2977 nichelle.foster@mosaicco.com 27.694 -82.116 03/19/2019 07:45 EDT No 03/19/2019 09:30 EDT Incident Location
City of Inverness manhole discharge On 3/18 @ 1600 hrs crews responded to a wastewater spill from a manhole on Grace street in the City of Inverness collection system, the line was jetted and the discharge was ceased, no discharge was occurring upon departure at 2100 hrs .Crews returned on 3/19/19 @ 815 hrs, upon arrival crews found the manhole located on Grace street discharging again ( Located between South Pine Street and South Apopka). A-able was called onsite to lower the collection system and allow line crews to determine the cause. Additional lines were Jetted and as of 1126 hrs the affected manhole had receded and the discharge ceased. It is estimated that a total of 1000 - 2000 gallon of raw wastewater was discharged to the adjacent grounds and entered a storm runoff drain that leads to a nearby pond. The Impacted area surrounding the manhole has been cleaned and samples of the impacted waters are being scheduled to be collected on 3/20/19. 03/19/2019 16:36 EDT City of Inverness 820 Pleasant Grove Road ; Inverness FL; 34452 Citrus Bobby Ray Romeo Quality Control Supervisor bromeo@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Bobby Ray Romeo (866) 753-8292 bromeo@uswatercorp.net 28.834153 -82.330887 03/18/2019 16:00 EDT No 03/19/2019 11:25 EDT Incident Location
23373 Olean Blvd. On 3/14/2019 at 8:30am CCU was notified of a wastewater spill at 23373 Olean Blvd. A 16" fm coupler gasket failed, approx. 5000 gal of treated and raw wastewater was spilled. Leaked ceased at 12:55pm. Repair completed and system back online by 3/14/2019 8:30pm. 1,500 gal soaked into ground, 1,500 was removed via vacuum truck, 2,000 entered the storm water pond along Kingshighway. Samples of the storm water pond were taken. 03/19/2019 12:15 EDT East Port WRF 3100 Loveland Blvd.; Port Charlotte FL; 33980 Charlotte Bruce Schellinger Utilities Superintendent of Wastewater Collection bruce.schellinger@charlottecountyfl.gov (941) 628-1731 Superintendent of the wastewater collection system Bruce Schellinger (941) 628-1731 bruce.schellinger@charlottecountyfl.gov 26.988 -82.063 03/14/2019 08:30 EDT No 03/14/2019 12:55 EDT Incident Location
SWWRF Reclaimed Line Reclaimed water line that connects the plant service water and distribution system cracked causing a discharge of approximately 1200 gallons. An estimated 400 gallons reached a storm drain and the rest soaked into the ground. 03/19/2019 11:15 EDT Southwest Water Reclamation Facility 3800 54th Ave S; St. Petersburg FL; 33711 Pinellas Frank Niles WRF Operations Specialist frank.niles@stpete.org (727) 892-5640 Person making the notification. George Wise (727) 893-7497 george.wise@stpete.org 27.718111 -82.683194 03/19/2019 05:20 EDT No 03/19/2019 05:40 EDT Incident Location
Headworks overflow On 3/18/2019 at 10:05am the headworks at the wastewater treatment plant overflowed. The spill was 1,500 gallons of raw wastewater which was contained and returned to the plant for processing. 03/19/2019 09:46 EDT Haines City Wastewater Treatment plant 851 East Park Rd.; Haines City FL; 33844 Polk Jonathan Blackburn Chief Operator jblackburn@hainescity.com (863) 421-9982 Operator Of the Facility Jonathan Blackburn (863) 421-9982 jblackburn@hainescity.com 28.11627 -81.597422 03/18/2019 10:05 EDT No 03/18/2019 10:10 EDT Incident Location
Coral Springs-2019 03 18 Force main damaged by a contractor working in the immediate area. Over 10,000 gallons of the sewage flowed into a storm drain retention pond located adjacent to the location of the force main brake. Estimated volume recovered to be calculated. 03/19/2019 07:50 EDT Broward County 3822 NW 87 Way; Directions: Latitude: 26.277653 Longitude: -80.242853; Coral Springs FL; 33065 Broward Carlos Morejon Operations Manager cmorejon@broward.org (954) 831-0861 First Responder Jerry Baker (954) 831-3061 jbaker@broward.org 26.277 -80.243 03/18/2019 12:40 EDT No 03/18/2019 15:30 EDT N Incident Location
Pompano Beach-2019 03 18 Gravity main blockage was caused by materials from a contractor working in the area. Over 1,000 gallons of sewage flowed into a body of water that is located adjacent to the maintenance access structure which overflowed. Estimated volume recovered to be calculated. 03/19/2019 06:51 EDT Broward County 1380 Park Central Blvd South; Directions: Latitude: 26.263737 Longitude: -80.143814; Pompano Beach FL; 33064 Broward Carlos Morejon Operations Manager cmorejon@broward.org (954) 831-0861 First Responder Jerry Baker (954) 831-3061 jbaker@broward.org 26.264 -80.142 03/18/2019 09:00 EDT No 03/18/2019 14:00 EDT N Incident Location
SSO_SW 6 St & SW 4 Ave_Q450156 Air release valve failed at the nipple causing an overflowing manhole at the intersection of SW 6 St. and SW 4 Ave. Some sewage impacted the stormwater drains that outfall to the New River. 03/18/2019 17:00 EDT G.T. Lohmeyer Regional WWTF  FL Broward Lawrence Teich Environmental Compliance Supervisor lteich@fortlauderdale.gov (954) 828-7844 Environmental Compliance Supervisor Lawrence Teich (954) 828-7844 lteich@fortlauderdale.gov 26.114787 -80.147228 03/17/2019 21:15 EDT No 03/18/2019 01:05 EDT Incident Location