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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
W 3rd St and Oleander Ave Manhole Overflow Collection system influent flows were extremely high due to intense rainfall on Sunday, September 20. A sanitary sewer manhole near the intersection of W 3rd St and Oleander Ave discharged approximately 45,000 gallons to the stormwater system. After the flow subsided, the affected surface area near the spill was cleaned and treated with lime. 09/21/2020 16:30 EDT City of Sanford Wastewater Collection System ; Sanford FL; 32771 Seminole Mack McKinley Water Resources Engineer mack.mckinley@sanfordfl.gov (407) 688-5177 Owner Of the Facility Cedric Coleman (407) 562-2815 CEDRIC.COLEMAN@Sanfordfl.gov 28.809798 -81.28359 09/20/2020 13:00 EDT No 09/20/2020 20:30 EDT Incident Location
E 2nd Street Manhole Overflow Collection system influent flows were extremely high due to intense rainfall on Sunday, September 20. A sanitary sewer manhole on 2nd Street between Palmetto Ave and Sanford Ave discharged approximately 45,000 gallons to the stormwater system. After the flow subsided, the affected surface area near the spill was treated with lime. 09/21/2020 16:17 EDT City of Sanford Wastewater Collection System ; Sanford FL; 32771 Seminole Mack McKinley Water Resources Engineer mack.mckinley@sanfordfl.gov (407) 688-5177 Owner Of the Facility Cedric Coleman (407) 562-2815 CEDRIC.COLEMAN@Sanfordfl.gov 28.810823 -81.265471 09/20/2020 13:00 EDT No 09/20/2020 20:30 EDT Incident Location
South Central WWTP (FL0102679) SSO At 5:30 PM on 9/20/2020, Brevard County Manholes W01-001, W01-004 and W01-005 overflowed due to a heavy rain storm in the area. The overflow ceased by 8:00 pm. Approximately 20,000 gallons of mixed raw and rainwater spilled. Less than 500 gallons were recovered by VacTruck. Spill made it to a nearby storm water retention pond, with no outfall. There is no public access to the pond. The area was washed down. 09/21/2020 15:45 EDT South Central Treatment Facility(FL0102679)-Lift Station W10  FL Brevard Courtney Duff Brevard County Utility Services Dept., Safety and Environmental Coordinator Courtney.Duff@brevardfl.gov (321) 350-8374 Owner Of the Facility Matthew Prendergast (321) 633-2089 matthew.prendergast@brevardfl.gov 28.352 -80.789 09/20/2020 17:30 EDT No 09/20/2020 20:00 EDT Incident Location
E Seminole Blvd & N Mellonville Ave manhole overflow Collection system influent flows were extremely high due to intense rainfall on Sunday, September 20. A sanitary sewer manhole at the intersection of Seminole Blvd and Mellonville Ave discharged approximately 45,000 gallons to Lake Monroe. Staff has posted warning signs along the lake front and is sampling the lake front water daily. Affected surface area near the spill has been treated with lime. 09/21/2020 15:33 EDT City of Sanford Wastewater Collection System ; Sanford FL; 32771 Seminole Mack McKinley Water Resources Engineer mack.mckinley@sanfordfl.gov (407) 688-5177 Owner Of the Facility Cedric Coleman (407) 562-2815 CEDRIC.COLEMAN@Sanfordfl.gov 28.812808 -81.254775 09/20/2020 13:00 EDT No 09/20/2020 18:00 EDT Incident Location
Sanford North WWTP Manhole Overflow Treatment plant influent flows were extremely high due to intense rainfall on Sunday, September 20. The manhole nearest the treatment plant discharged approximately 10,000 gallons, with approximately 6,000 gallons recovered by vacuum truck and staff. Affected area has been disinfected with high test hypochlorite (HTH) and treated with lime. 09/21/2020 14:33 EDT City of Sanford Wastewater Collection System ; SANFORD FL; 32771 Seminole Mack McKinley Water Resources Engineer mack.mckinley@sanfordfl.gov (407) 688-5177 Owner Of the Facility Richard Casella (407) 688-5095 RICHARD.CASELLA@Sanfordfl.gov 28.813009 -81.277901 09/20/2020 14:00 EDT No 09/20/2020 18:00 EDT Incident Location
1266 W Wellington SSO occurred at 1266 W Wellington Dr due to above average rain fall and increasing ground water/lake levels. The overflow did make it into Lake Gleason. 09/21/2020 13:46 EDT Deltona Lakes 401 Fisher Dr; ; Directions: 401 Fisher Dr ; Deltona FL; 32725 - 8274 Volusia Brian Terry Chief Wastewater Operator bterry@deltonafl.gov (386) 414-0208 Operator Of the Facility Randy Cornell (386) 804-1938 rcornall@deltonafl.gov 28.898219 -81.264026 09/20/2020 16:00 EDT No 09/20/2020 19:30 EDT N Incident Location
3040 Hwy 73 Westend Lift Station Location: 3040 Hwy 73 Marianna, Fl 32446 Time: 9/19/20 1:20pm called in 9/19/20 @ 5:20pm. Completely 9/20/20 @12:30pm Quantity of Sewer: 10,000 gallons + 5,000 + 4,000 storm water for a total of 19,000 gallons Actions: Installed portable blue pump to maintain lift station's operations. We also used a sump pump to recover the spillage and pumped it back into the lift station. Then we limed the area. Cause of discharge: Electrical failure in panel. (due to flooding from the rain caused by Hurricane Sally) 09/21/2020 10:12 EDT Westend Lift Station 3040 Hwy 73N.; PO Box 936; Marianna FL; 32446 Jackson David Melvin Foreman robryan@mariannafl.city (850) 526-5428 Operator Of the Facility David Melvin (850) 526-5428 dmelvin@mariannafl.city 30.787 -85.257 09/19/2020 13:20 EDT No 09/20/2020 12:30 EDT N Incident Location
Wastewater Spill - 120 Newton Road West Park Wastewater spill caused by a broken six inch force main. The estimated volume of waste water spilled was 10,000 gallons. The amount recovered is to be determined. Wastewater was spilled onto the ground and a grass swale area. No waterways were impacted. Repairs were made on the force main and cleanup was done using the vacuum truck. Chlorine was put down for disinfection on the impacted areas. 09/21/2020 06:14 EDT Water and Wastewater Services -FL 0031771 120 Newton Road ; Directions: Latitude: 25.976390 Longitude: -80.2020920; West Park FL; 33023 Broward Mike Kelly Utilities Superintendent mikelly@broward.org (954) 831-0821 First Responder Mike Kelly (954) 831-0821 mikelly@broward.org 25.976479 -80.202879 09/20/2020 11:40 EDT No 09/20/2020 18:30 EDT Incident Location
Sulfuric Acid Release While draining a piece of equipment in a sulfuric acid plant, low strength sulfuric acid was released. The quantity is unknown but is likely above the reportable quantity of 65 gallons. Impacts are local and the release was contained onsite. Mosaic is working to mitigate impacts via soil neutralization or removal. 09/20/2020 21:21 EDT Mosaic New Wales 3095 CR 640 West; Mulberry FL Polk Dara Ford Environmental Manager dara.ford@mosaicco.com (863) 844-5242 Environmental Manager Callie Neslund (813) 500-6826 callie.neslund@mosaicco.com 27.830469 -82.050873 09/20/2020 02:45 EDT No 09/20/2020 02:45 EDT Incident Location
3354 Kegler Dr Main sewer line blockage caused manhole overflow. An estimated 600 gallons of sewer was released to storm drain that discharges to Bennett Branch. Impacted area was washed down adn vacuumed. Sampling to begin 9/20/20. 09/20/2020 17:58 EDT 3354 Kegler Dr 3354 Kegler Dr; Jacksonville FL; 32216 Duval J Williams Incident Response bowdjt@jea.com (904) 252-5471 Incident Responder J Williams (904) 252-5471 bowdjt@jea.com 30.266047 -81.601815 09/19/2020 22:30 EDT No 09/20/2020 00:40 EDT Incident Location