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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
Village Water WWTP Raw Wastewater Spill Upon performing operational visit at approximately 2:50 pm on 08/14/2019; the operator found wastewater discharging over the top of the surge tank at the lowest point, Upon further review of the site, it was determined that the second surge tank pump failed to engage when the levels within the tank increased. The operator was able to get the second surge tank pump running, levels within the tank lowered, and the discharge ceased at approximately 3:30 pm The total volume loss during the event is estimated at 1500 gallons. The entire contents of the discharge were contained onsite. SWP 2019-4567 08/14/2019 17:53 EDT Village Water WWTP 4411 Maine Avenue; Eaton Park FL; 33801 Polk Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 28.010948 -81.874082 08/14/2019 02:50 EDT No 08/14/2019 15:30 EDT Incident Location
OT081319 At approximately 2300 on 8/13/19, Manatee County Utilities Department (MCUD) Maintenance staff received a call regarding a reclaimed water leak at 6033 34th Street West in Bradenton. Upon arrival, MCUD staff discovered a break in a 16 inch PVC reclaimed water main that was discharging reclaimed water to a storm water drain which ultimately discharges into Sarasota Bay. Staff isolated the main and stopped the discharge by 0200 on 8/14/19. Repairs to the main were completed by 0400 and the reclaimed water service was restored. The total estimated volume of reclaimed water discharged was 180,000 gallons. 08/14/2019 17:30 EDT FLO474029/ Manatee County Master Reuse System 4410 66th Street West; Bradenton FL; 34210 Manatee Karen Briden Wastewater Compliance Superintendent karen.briden@mymanatee.org (941) 792-8811 Owner Representative Robert Crowton (941) 792-8811 robert.crowton@mymanatee.org 27.434201 -82.595934 08/13/2019 23:00 EDT No 08/14/2019 02:00 EDT Y Manatee, Incident Location
US Air Force, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Trident Pier Hydraulic line on a man-lift spilt causing one (1) pint of hydraulic fluid to discharge onto the ground. Strong rains caused the hydraulic fluid to discharge through a scupper on the pier into waters of the United States before it could be contained on land. A sheen was observed in the water after rains cleared. The sheen has been contained and absorbent materials have been deployed. The equipment was stopped and repairs made immediately. 08/14/2019 17:26 EDT U.S. Air Force, 45th Space Wing 1224 Jupiter Street; Patrick AFB FL; 32925 Brevard Andrew Phillips Air Quality and Storage Tank Program Manager andrew.phillips.25@us.af.mil (321) 494-9269 Air Quality and Storage Tank Program Manager Andrew Phillips (321) 494-9269 andrew.phillips.25@us.af.mil 28.417249 -80.593679 08/14/2019 11:50 EDT Yes Incident Location
City of Lakeland NPDES Permit No. FL0039772 At approximately 7:30PM on August 13, 2019 we received a call from a resident at 905 N Golden Rule Court about a sewer backup. When crews arrived they observed an SSO in the vicinity of our sewer line behind that address. Additional crews were called in and the SSO was stopped around 12:30 AM on August 14, 2019. Approximately 2,000 gallons was released onto the ground in the area and then spilled into a drainage ditch. Of the 2,000 gallons released, an estimated 1,000 gallons made it to the ditch and could not be recovered. Samples were taken and the area is being cleaned up and limed. Repairs are ongoing and will be completed on August 15, 2019. 08/14/2019 16:28 EDT City of Lakeland NPDES Permit No FL0039772 1825 Glendale Street; Lakeland  FL; 33803 Polk Richard Ruede Wastewater Collection Manager richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net (863) 834-8277 Operator Of the Facility Richard Ruede (863) 834-8277 richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net 28.016821 -81.96744 08/13/2019 19:30 EDT No 08/14/2019 00:30 EDT Incident Location
GTL emergency discharge 8/13/2019 Heavy rainfall caused a dramatic increase in the amount of flow to GTL. The flow exceeded the capacity of the plant and as a result, 112,446 gallons of treated effluent was sent through the emergency drainage line to the intracoastal waterway. The flow to the intracoastal began at 7:45pm and was stopped at 10:45pm. 08/14/2019 14:43 EDT GTL Regional Wastewater Facility 1765 SE 18th Street; Fort Lauderdale FL; 33309 Broward TROY BALINT Environmental Program Coordinator tbalint@fortlauderdale.gov (954) 828-7845 Environmental Program Coordinator TROY BALINT (954) 828-7845 tbalint@fortlauderdale.gov 26.1 -80.125 08/13/2019 18:45 EDT No 08/13/2019 22:45 EDT Y Broward, Incident Location
8-13-19 incedent Reject event caused by high turbidity. 08/14/2019 14:24 EDT Haines City WWTP 851 East Park Road; Directions: 851 East Park Road ; Haines City FL; 33844 Polk Terry Holley superintendant Tholley@hainescity.com (863) 421-3690 Operator Of the Facility Terry Holley (863) 421-3690 Tholley@hainescity.com 28.11706 -81.594852 08/12/2019 21:50 EDT No 08/13/2019 06:30 EDT N Incident Location
City of Bradenton Water Reclamation Facility Bypass The bypass valves for the denitrification filters were opened at approx. 1230 on 8/14/19 because the filters became plugged and were overflowing. We are working to relieve filters, buy bypass remains open. 08/14/2019 13:59 EDT City of Bradenton Water Reclamation Facility 1810 1st street west; Bradenton  FL; 34208 Manatee Walter Snavley Chief Operator walter.snavley@cityofbradenton.com (941) 708-6352 Operator Of the Facility William Waitt (603) 490-8969 william.waitt@cityofbradenton.com 27.497964 -82.484969 08/14/2019 12:30 EDT No 08/19/2019 12:30 EDT N Incident Location
North Lee County WTP Well 7 Acid treatment At the North Lee County Water Treatment plant located at 18250 Durrance Rd, North Ft Myers, Fl. On Tuesday 8/13/2019 at approx. 3:00 PM, a small amount of 32% Hydrochloric Acid was release from filling a temporary storage tank. The amount was 1-2 gallons and under 6 lbs of product. No free product was released to the ground or and drainage or bodies or water. The product was a mist from residual product in a hose and was blown into the air. a small patch of grass was affected, treated with soda ash and neutralized. The reason for the acid is for a well rehab project. We are a contractor working for Lee County. ( Layne Christensen) 08/14/2019 13:17 EDT North Lee County Water TReatment Plant PWS ID 5364048-4 18250 Durrance Rd.; Directions: I- 75 exit 143 ( Bayshore Rd) east on Bayshore to Durrance RD, left on Durrance, go north follow Durrance around left turn, then a right turn heading north. Plant Entrance is down on the right. .; North Ft. Myers FL; 33917 Lee Craig Brugger Operation Manager craig.brugger@gcinc.com (239) 398-0785 Contractor for the county ( Layne Christensen) CRaig Brugger (239) 398-0785 craig.brugger@gcinc.com 26.733 -81.793 08/13/2019 15:00 EDT No 08/13/2019 16:00 EDT Incident Location
915 North Blvd SSO Surcharge in the gravity sewer system caused by inflow from a 2" rain event. 08/14/2019 11:45 EDT Canal St Plant FLA 105066 628 N Canal St ; Leesburg FL; 34748 Lake Robert Beard Operations Supervisor robert.beard@leesburgflorida.gov (352) 516-7151 Operator Of the Facility Robert Beard (352) 516-7151 robert.beard@leesburgflorida.gov 28.813211 -81.863138 08/13/2019 20:00 EDT No 08/13/2019 10:30 EDT N Incident Location
Taft Avenue C Outfall Canal Dumping Incident (TASDC009) Sheen of used oil or possibly diesel fuel reported to PW by their contracted ground crew via e-mail at 9:00AM 8/14/19. Appears to be a result of dumping from 55-gallon drums located on a trailer next to the Canal. Photos of the trailer were taken by the ground crew and sent in the initial notification to Risk/EPD at 10:05AM 8/14/19. Location of the discharge/dumping is in Taft (Orlando) at Avenue C outfall (TASDC009). Emergency Response contractors were dispatched by Risk Management via e-mail 10:28AM 8/14/19. 08/14/2019 10:50 EDT Taft Avenue C Outfall Canal TASDC009 ; Orlando FL Orange Tisha Pence Environmental Loss Prevention Coordinator tisha.pence@ocfl.net (407) 836-9638 Environmental Rep for the Owner/Operator Tisha Pence (407) 836-9638 tisha.pence@ocfl.net 28.428156 -81.372425 08/14/2019 09:00 EDT Yes Incident Location