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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
Untreated Domestic Wastewater Overflow-3480 Capital Circle S An untreated domestic wastewater overflow occurred along CCSE just south of the Blair Stone Road intersection. It is believed that this overflow occurred on 9/16/20 and was due to high flows in the 42 inch force main associated with the heavy rainfall from Hurricane Sally. It appears, the spilled volume flowed along the sidewalk west of CCSE and soaked into the ground. There is no indication that it entered the stormwater drain. Crews cleaned and disinfected the impacted area. No surface waters were directly impacted. Based on visual evidence it was estimated that the overflow was approximately 1400 gallons. The start and end times are estimates. 09/22/2020 12:02 EDT Thomas P Smith WRF -Wastewater Collection System 4505 Springhill Rd; Tallahassee FL; 32305 Leon Lanita Walker Engineer lanita.walker@talgov.com (850) 891-8254 Environmental Regulatory Compliance Alison Faris (850) 891-8535 alison.faris@talgov.com 30.401339 -84.235147 09/16/2020 18:00 EDT No 09/16/2020 18:30 EDT Incident Location
8765 Baymeadows Road Debris blockage caused a manhole to overflow 1000 gallons of sewer into the street and into a storm drain that lead to a detention pond in overflow. The road was washed down and disinfected. Sampling to begin 9/22/20. 09/22/2020 09:43 EDT 8765 Baymeadows Road  FL Duval Cameron Keys-Reep Environmental Scientist keyscm@jea.com (904) 885-0639 Environmental Scientist Tori Otto (904) 465-7890 ottovl@jea.com 30.223467 -81.58085 09/21/2020 11:50 EDT No 09/21/2020 15:10 EDT Incident Location
10407 Centurian Parkway A broken 36 inch force main caused 70,000 gallons of sewer to overflow into the parking lot and into the storm water conveyance system that lead to a detention pond in overflow. Once pipe was repaired area was washed down and disinfected. Sampling will begin 9/22/20. 09/22/2020 09:29 EDT 10407 Centurian Parkway  FL Duval Cameron Keys-Reep Environmental Scientist keyscm@jea.com (904) 885-0639 Incident Responder Tori Otto (904) 465-7890 ottovl@jea.com 30.246066 -81.549093 09/21/2020 09:20 EDT No 09/21/2020 17:00 EDT Incident Location
Pine Oaks North pond is discharging very little 09/22/2020 00:39 EDT Pine Oaks MHP 2604 Leaning Pine Ln; ; Directions: 2604 Leaning Pine Ln ; Plant City FL; 33565 - 5120 Hillsborough Isaac Bostic Operator ibaturserviceutility@gmail.com (727) 643-8293 Operator Of the Facility Isaac Bostic (727) 643-8293 ibaturserviceutility@gmail.com 28.0579 -82.117596 09/21/2020 08:10 EDT Yes N Incident Location
NAS JACKSONVILLE JP-5 RELEASE Initial report of a 46 gallon JP-5 release at Fleet Readiness Center South East Hangar 140 SE corner. Area sparse six feet by twenty nine feet in area underneath aircraft. No Storm drains affected all fuel contained on concrete apron. No fire, injuries, or health and safety to personnel or harm to any surrounding environment.soil grass or waterways. 09/22/2020 00:03 EDT NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL. FLEET READINESS CENTER SOUTHEAST 6500 N ROOSEVELT BLVD; Directions: Highway 17 south from City of Jacksonville, left on Yorktown AVE. to Ranger St. left on Enterprise Ave to flight line right to hanger 140; Jacksonville FL; 32212 - 50 Duval James Taylor NAS Jacksonville Spill Prevention Manager james.e.taylor2@navy.mil (904) 542-3016 Operator Of the Facility James Taylor (904) 542-3016 james.e.taylor2@navy.mil 30.222964 -81.667653 09/21/2020 20:30 EDT No 09/21/2020 23:30 EDT Incident Location
NAS JACKSONVILLE JP-5 RELEASE Initial report of a 46 gallon JP-5 release at Fleet Readiness Center South East Hangar 140 SE corner. Area sparse six feet by twenty nine feet in area underneath aircraft. No Storm drains affected all fuel contained on concrete apron. No fire, injuries, or health and safety to personnel or harm to any surrounding environment.soil grass or waterways. 09/22/2020 00:03 EDT NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL. FLEET READINESS CENTER SOUTHEAST 6500 N ROOSEVELT BLVD; Directions: Highway 17 south from City of Jacksonville, left on Yorktown AVE. to Ranger St. left on Enterprise Ave to flight line right to hanger 140; Jacksonville FL; 32212 - 50 Duval James Taylor NAS Jacksonville Spill Prevention Manager james.e.taylor2@navy.mil (904) 542-3016 Operator Of the Facility James Taylor (904) 542-3016 james.e.taylor2@navy.mil 30.222964 -81.667653 09/21/2020 20:30 EDT No 09/21/2020 23:30 EDT Incident Location
NAS JACKSONVILLE JP-5 RELEASE Initial report of a 46 gallon JP-5 release at Fleet Readiness Center South East Hangar 140 SE corner. Area sparse six feet by twenty nine feet in area underneath aircraft. No Storm drains affected all fuel contained on concrete apron. No fire, injuries, or health and safety to personnel or harm to any surrounding environment.soil grass or waterways. 09/22/2020 00:03 EDT NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL. FLEET READINESS CENTER SOUTHEAST 6500 N ROOSEVELT BLVD; Directions: Highway 17 south from City of Jacksonville, left on Yorktown AVE. to Ranger St. left on Enterprise Ave to flight line right to hanger 140; Jacksonville FL; 32212 - 50 Duval James Taylor NAS Jacksonville Spill Prevention Manager james.e.taylor2@navy.mil (904) 542-3016 Operator Of the Facility James Taylor (904) 542-3016 james.e.taylor2@navy.mil 30.222964 -81.667653 09/21/2020 20:30 EDT No 09/21/2020 23:30 EDT Incident Location
OCWS SSO 1251 Miracle Strip Pkwy Fort Walton Bch The sewer service to a commercial building located near the intersection of Miracle Strip Pkwy and Santa Rosa Blvd has failed post-Hurricane Sally. It is an active spill on a single service line in the right-of-way and under the road of Santa Rosa Blvd, but it is being actively contained (not entering a body of water) and recovered by Okaloosa County Water and Sewer (OCWS). It is not feasible to open cut this major roadway, so a pipe-bursting operation is occurring as soon as possible (which is a pipe replacement under roadway done entirely underground). OCWS will keep FDEP and FDOH updated on the status and final spill volumes. OCWS is recovering as much as possible by pumping and hauling. 09/21/2020 19:16 EDT Arbennie Pritchett WRF 250 Roberts Blvd.; Fort Walton Beach FL; 32547 Okaloosa Darren Alford WW Operations Manager dlalford@myokaloosa.com (850) 651-7133 Operator Of the Facility Mark Wise (850) 651-7171 mwise@myokaloosa.com 30.39736 -86.598047 09/19/2020 22:45 EDT Yes Incident Location
Hurricane Sally overflows When I contacted the watch office they emailed me a spreadsheet to complete because of the large number of issues experienced during Hurricane Sally. 09/21/2020 18:40 EDT City of Mary Esther Wastewater System 195 N. Christobal Rd.; Mary Esther FL; 32556 Okaloosa Roger Batts Project Manager Jacobs Engineering Group roger.batts@jacobs.com (850) 243-3566 Operator Of the Facility Roger Batts (850) 243-3566 roger.batts@jacobs.com 30.408571 -86.645461 09/15/2020 20:30 EDT No 09/20/2020 17:00 EDT Incident Location
Spill Incident 9-20-2020 On September 20, 2020 at approximately 6:40 p.m. the Lead Operator on shift at the Jerry Sellers WRF in Cocoa FL noticed the Influent Pump Station overflowing in the plant. This was due to a mechanical failure of Influent pump #4. The Plant is rated to for a maximum avg. flow of 4.5 MGD. At the time the Plant was experiencing a peek flow of 13 MGD. It was too much for the backup pumps to handle. Based on the time the IPS was overflowing and the MGD we estimate approximately 148,000 could have spilled but much of this went to our RAS pit which is a containment area for such occasions. Maintenance was called in to change out influent pump #4 and to clean up the spill. The spill went outside the gate and into a drain that goes to a retention area back inside the Plant. The spill lasted for approximately 54 min. DEP was notified of the incident as well as the State Watch Office. Incident # is 2020-5190. 09/21/2020 18:04 EDT Cocoa Water Reclamation Facility 375 N Cocoa Blvd; ; Directions: 375 N Cocoa Blvd ; Cocoa FL; 32922 - 4717 Brevard Brentley Heimbecker Chief Operator bheimbecker@cocoafl.org (321) 433-8743 Operator Of the Facility Brentley Heimbecker (321) 433-8743 bheimbecker@cocoafl.org 28.362439 -80.735226 09/20/2020 18:40 EDT No 09/20/2020 19:34 EDT Y Brevard, Incident Location