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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
Harvey Youngquist Construction site spill of diesel fuel to the ground. Approximately 50 gallons. Majority of fuel was shoveled up and soaked up with oil soak rags. Now excavating sand/fill that was soaked. All materials being stored in buckets or on plastic until can be manifested and properly disposed. 03/17/2023 09:24 AM Lee County Utilities Fort Myers Beach Plant 17155 Pine Ridge Rd.; Directions: Enter via the south gate.; Fort myers FL; 33932 Lee Harvey Youngquist VP (239) 292-2371 contractor Harvey Youngquist (239) 292-2371 26.490486 -81.933435 03/17/2023 06:00 AM Yes Incident Location
City of Belleview 3/16/23 at approx.3:00pm a contractor drilled into our 6" collection main. less than 1,000 gallons of raw spilled No discharge to surface water No discharge to storm collection 3:15pm Spill capped and disinfection was completed using hydrated lyme. No puddles, complete saturation. Area where contractor drilled was mislocated. 03/17/2023 08:22 AM City of Belleview Public Works Se 64th ave ; 109th St ; Belleview FL; 34420 Marion Richard Dyches Chief Operator A18788 (352) 266-0399 Operator of the Facility/Installation Richard Dyches (352) 266-0399 29.078849 -82.045182 03/16/2023 03:00 AM No 03/16/2023 03:15 AM Incident Location
2160 The Woods Dr A broken forcemain caused an estimated 9,000 gallons of sewer to escape pipe and into excavation pit, street, and front yard. The forcemain was repaired, an estimated 9,000 gallons of sewer was recovered, area was washed down and hydrated lime applied. 03/17/2023 08:04 AM 2160 The Woods Dr  FL Duval Cameron Keys-Reep Environmental Scientist (904) 885-0639 Incident Responder Cameron Keys-Reep (904) 885-0639 30.312364 -81.467836 03/16/2023 12:40 PM No 03/16/2023 08:30 PM Incident Location
Bradenton SeabreezeAndRoyalPalmBlvds On Friday, March 10, 2023, City staff responded to citizen concerns of potential wastewater back-ups in their homes in the Seabreeze Mobile Home Estates community (north of Cortez Road and east of 71st St. W.) One wastewater manhole on northside of Seabreeze Blvd and southeast of Seabreeze clubhouse, overflowed. Wastewater was introduced into the existing concrete curbline and traveled west. Wastewater was introduced into a nearby waterbody, Palma Sola Creek. 900-gallons was released from manhole, with 100-gallons recovered from the concrete curbline and manhole area. City resources including vacuum trucks were used to clean up site, including the 100-gallons recovered. Area was disinfected with lime and bleach as appropriate. Florida Department of Environmental Protection Tampa was notified via telephone by City. UPDATE: The City of Bradenton cleaned the City-owned gravity system within the Seabreeze Community in January and February 2023. During February and early March 2023, the City completed lining City-owned manholes and City-owned gravity pipes in the Seabreeze Mobile Estates community. The March 10th overflowed manhole in City wastewater system occurred due to a blockage and high flow levels in the receiving private wastewater lift station. This private station's 6-inch diameter forcemain discharges to a Manatee County 24-inch diameter forcemain along Cortez Road south of the Seabreeze Mobile Home Estates community. City resources used to reduce the private station's high flows and accumulated sediment included use of City contractors vacuum truck and City vacuum trucks to remove and properly dispose of six (6) tanker loads from the private station wet well and upstream manhole. 03/16/2023 02:40 PM COB wastewater collection system Seabreeze Mobile Estates Seabreeze Blvd.; Royal Blvd.; Directions: from Cortez Road West, turn onto 71st Street West. Turn onto Seabreeze Blvd. In vicinity of Seabreeze Mobile Estates clubhouse, which is located between 71st Street West and Royal Blvd.; Bradenton FL; 34205 Manatee Susan Hochuli Utilities staff (941) 708-6300 Owner of the Facility/Installation Dean Jones (941) 708-6300 27.467 -82.632 03/10/2023 09:15 AM No 03/10/2023 10:00 AM N Incident Location
577 Church Ave FM Break Incident Description: 4" PVC Force Main was found with a crack at the top side of the pipe. Main was isolated and repair clamp was used to make repairs. Lost approx. 200 gallons of untreated sewerage to ground. Lime was spread over affected area. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Break-in-Line Spill Volume: 200 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Applied lime Agencies Notified: 03/16/2023 01:55 PM Sunshine Water Services Company 200 Weathersfield Avenue; Altamonte Springs FL; 32714 Seminole Bryan Gongre Director, State Operations (321) 972-0360 Owner's representative Bryan Gongre (321) 972-0360 28.707594 -81.354561 03/15/2023 05:30 PM No 03/15/2023 09:30 PM N Incident Location
Unauthorized Discharge LS130-VLA14 Incident Description: On March 15, 2023, the Loxahatchee River District (LRD) had an unauthorized discharge of two thousand seven-hundred and fifty (2750) gallons of sewage west of southbound lane of US1 and north of East Mangrove Bay Way in Jupiter Fl., caused by a failed 2-inch pipe feeding an air release valve (LS130-VLA14) located in a sealed manhole. The unauthorized discharge was stopped by turning off collection lift stations feeding the force main and closing isolation valve to failed piping. The unauthorized discharge overflowed air release valve sealed manhole traveled approximately 320 feet north and 40 feet south along a pedestrian sidewalk. Some of the unauthorized discharge liquid was absorbed into the soil in the immediate area. The affected area was disinfected with lime and washed down with one hundred and fifty (150) gallons of potable water. Nine Hundred (900) gallons of liquid was recovered by using a 3rd party vacuum pump truck including the wash down potable water. No known storm drains or bodies of water were affected. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Break-in-Line Spill Volume: 2,750 Volume Recovered: 750 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Applied lime, Washed down area Agencies Notified: Pamela Lape (FDOH) Denise Watts (FDEP) 03/16/2023 10:40 AM Loxahatchee Env Control Dist WWTP 2500 Jupiter Park Dr; ; Directions: 2500 Jupiter Park Dr ; Jupiter FL; 33458 - 8962 Palm Beach Jim Novak Collections & Distribution Superintendent (561) 401-4178 Collections & Distribution Superintendent Albrey Arrington (561) 401-4002 26.924836 -80.076228 03/15/2023 10:31 AM No 03/15/2023 03:25 PM N Incident Location
Wastewater Spill -6070 NW 46th Avenue Tamarac FL Due to a blocked six (6) inch sanitary lateral, raw sewage spilled from a cleanout structure onto the ground surface, none of the spilled contents migrated from the site. The six inch lateral blockage was cleared by Operations crews. Clean up operations and sanitization /disinfection of the affected area has been completed. No waterway was impacted. The estimated volume of wastewater discharged was five (5) gallons. The estimated volume of wastewater recovered was five (5) gallons. 03/15/2023 02:43 PM FL 0031771 Water and Wastewater Services 6070 NW 46th Avenue ; Directions: Latitude: 26.200850 Longitude: -80.211560; Tamarac FL; 33319 Broward Mike Kelly Utilities Superintendent (954) 831-0821 First Responder Mike Kelly (954) 831-0821 26.201144 -80.21197 03/15/2023 09:40 AM No 03/15/2023 11:00 AM Incident Location
Wastewater discharge / 727 US Hwy 41 Inverness Staff were made aware of a commercial customer within the collection system (address: 727 US Hwy 41, Inverness) had a blockage on the customer side which they relieved by opening their clean out which allowed wastewater to discharge to a private DRA pond on their premises. The City took immediate steps to suspend water service to the premises to restrict further discharge. Staff spoke with customer and customer enlisted services of septic tank services to remove discharge waste from DRA pond and additionally hired a plumber to clear blockage from the lateral. It is estimated that 1000 gallons was discharged during the event. Water service was suspended, the customer contracted a plumber for the repair and a septic service to assist with clean up/recovery of the discharge to the DRA pond. They will lime the affected area. SWP 2023-2193. No surface water bodies were affected by the discharge. (City of Inverness FLA011847) 03/15/2023 10:14 AM City of Inverness (for Commercial Customer 727 US Highway 41 South; Inverness FL; 34452 Citrus Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services (866) 753-8292 Operator of the Facility/Installation Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 28.824261 -82.317458 03/14/2023 02:00 PM No 03/14/2023 02:30 PM Incident Location
Sewer Leak 3-14-2023 Approximately 400 gallons of raw sewer was released from ARV (air release valve) at Lift Station due to break. Sewer was contained on site (approximate area 30 FT x 20 FT x 1 IN). 03/15/2023 09:39 AM Pace Water System WWTP 4401 Woodbine Rd.; Pace FL; 32571 Santa Rosa Rachel Lee Utility Engineer (850) 994-5129 Utility Engineer Marshall Hayes (850) 994-5129 30.478703 -87.078852 03/14/2023 01:30 PM No 03/14/2023 05:40 PM Incident Location
Whinsenton Dr. Spill On the afternoon of 3/13/23, PCU Labor Supervisor was notified of a leaking ARV at 31117 Whinsenton Dr., Wesley Chapel. The ARV was hit by a vehicle, resulting in a release of 1,000 gallons of untreated domestic waste. The spill accumulated in the nearby grassy area and ran down the roadway into a storm drain. The 2" ball valve was shut off, ceasing the spill. The impacted storm drain leads to a retention pond and was full of stormwater, so it wasn't discharging at the time. 2,000 gallons of untreated domestic waste and stormwater combined were retrieved from the drain and freshwater and lime were applied to the impacted areas. The ARV was repaired and brought back into service. No waterways were impacted and there is no risk to public health. 03/14/2023 10:53 AM FLA012737 31117 Whinsenton Dr. ; Wesley Chapel  FL; 33543 Pasco Meghan Harbaugh Environmental Compliance Specialist (727) 992-5983 Pasco County Utilities Meghan Harbaugh (727) 992-5983 28.218954 -82.301852 03/13/2023 03:15 PM No 03/13/2023 03:45 PM Incident Location