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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
Transformer Non-PCB Mineral Oil Spill Transformer was found laid over on it side. Approximately, 50 gallons of Non-PCB Mineral Oil was spilled on asphalt. Spill was cleaned up and absorbents drummed for pick up for disposal by waste contractor. Transformer was righted and moved to area to be repaired. 03/09/2023 02:09 PM The Chemours Company -Highland Plant 274 NE CR 125; Directions: US 301 in Lawtey to NE CR 125. Go east to the plant gates. Turn right once inside plant gates. Proceed to first right. Turn right and go just past 2nd building on the left.; Lawtey FL; 32091 Bradford Jeremy K Horsley Sr. Environmental Specialist jeremy.horsley@chemours.com (904) 454-6330 Owner of the Facility/Installation Jeremy K Horsley (904) 454-6330 jeremy.horsley@chemours.com 30.054818 -82.051026 03/08/2023 06:00 AM No 03/08/2023 11:00 AM Incident Location
Volunteers of America of Florida Address: 12410 Volunteer place Tampa FL33612 Incident of a sewage spillage into the reception pond on 1/26/23 This issue has been fixed. 03/09/2023 12:41 PM Volunteers of America of Florida 12410 Volunteer Place Tampa FL 33612; Directions: Go on 275 N towards Ocala. Exit at Fowler Avenue and make a left on Nebraska Avenue Turn right on 124th street ; Tampa FL; 33612 Hillsborough Lola Oyesanmi Program Manager noyesanmi@voa-fla.org (215) 828-6923 Program Manager Lola Oyesanmi (215) 828-6923 noyesanmi@voa-fla.org 27.955647 -82.443941 01/26/2023 11:35 AM No 01/26/2023 11:40 AM Incident Location
Patrick Henry One air relief valve was damaged on a 3 sewer force main servicing one restaurant allowing discharges on the ground. Estimated amount of sewage loss was greater than 1000 gallons and likely less than 10000 gallons. When the problem was identified repair was initiated and completed as soon as possible. 03/09/2023 11:07 AM Town of Lake Hamilton 30650 US HWY 27; Directions: 400 feet south of restaurant on road easement. ; Lake Hamilton  FL; 33844 Polk Patrick Henry Public Works Director Henryp@townoflakehamilton.com (863) 439-1910 Operator of the Facility/Installation Patrick Henry (863) 438-1910 Henryp@townoflakehamilton.com 28.051663 -81.634195 03/02/2023 11:00 AM No 03/07/2023 09:00 AM Incident Location
BCUD- N Brevard WWTP FLA010263- ARV Failure On March 8 Utility staff was made aware of ARV failure. Raw wastewater was released to the ground. Repairs were completed by a contractor. Area was cleaned and approximately 25,000 gal was spilled and cleaned up. The State Watch Office was notified and provided Incident Report #2023-2022. 03/09/2023 08:58 AM BCUD N Brevard WWTP 32050 Australian Way; Mims  FL; 32754 Brevard Hope Cates Safety & Environmental Coordinator Hope.cates@brevardfl.gov (321) 307-1616 Owner of the Facility/Installation Matthew Pendergast (321) 633-2089 matthew.pendergast@brevardfl.gov 28.661861 -80.87586 03/08/2023 08:30 AM No 03/08/2023 12:00 PM Incident Location
Carlton Arms Blvd and Cypress Gardens Blvd There was a spill that was caused by a contractor installing fiber. The contractor bored through a force main. The name of the contractor is Vasi and Associates. A 8" force main was broken. About 2,000 gallons spilled. The spill went down a storm drain that goes into a ditch. I walked down and checked the ditch and the ditch was dry. The spill soaked into the ground. The coordinates where the spill occurred is 28.01207 N, 81.64578 W. 03/08/2023 01:24 PM Carlton Arms Blvd and Cypress Gardens Blvd ; Winter Haven FL Polk Chris Shelton Pretreatment/FOG Specialist cshelton@mywinterhaven.com (863) 291-5764 one that reports spills for the city Chris Shelton (863) 291-5764 cshelton@mywinterhaven.co 27.978613 -81.642059 03/08/2023 08:30 AM No 03/08/2023 09:15 AM Incident Location
Brookview at Citrus Park A work order was submitted at 8:02 AM on 3/7 regarding a toilet gurgling in building 29. Our team went out within 20 minutes to check the unit and the drain. The drain line for building 29 was snaked, jetted, and cleaned up. We don't see there being more than 100 gallons of possible spill going into the storm drain if that. A representative arrived this morning to view the location of the incident and our maintenance supervisor did not see any additional residue that would show that another incident happened last night. No additional reports were received at the office regarding an issue in this area. 03/08/2023 12:05 PM Brookview at Citrus Park 12780 Olive Jones Road; Directions: Building 29 located between 12350-12170 Olive Jones Road; Tampa FL; 33625 Hillsborough Summer Zingarelli Property Manager szingarelli@incoreresidential.com (813) 515-5988 Operator of the Facility/Installation Summer Zingarelli (813) 515-5988 szingarelli@incoreresidential.com 28.06222 -82.5687 03/07/2023 07:30 AM No 03/07/2023 08:30 AM Incident Location
4921 Southfork Drive, Lakeland Approximately 2,400 gallons of raw wastewater overflowed from a manhole onto the ground and entered a near-by storm drain that feeds a near-by retention pond with no public access. Further investigation confirmed that the overflow was due to grease blockage in a gravity line. The affected area was treated with lime and Operations was unable to recover any of the discharge. The gravity line was also cleaned out to remove the blockage and normal operation resumed. Clean-up actions were completed late in the afternoon of March 7, 2023. 03/08/2023 10:39 AM Southwest Regional WWTF FLA 012954 2000 4th Street ; Mulberry  FL; 33860 Polk Krystal Azzarella Utilities Environmental Manager krystalazzarella@polk-county.net (863) 298-4195 Polk County Utilities Jason Jennings (863) 327-3119 jasonjennings@polk-county.net 27.976 -81.962 03/07/2023 02:00 PM No 03/07/2023 04:00 PM N Incident Location
Mosaic Four Corners Mine, Hardee, Hydraulic Fluid Release Approximately 1.8 gallons of hydraulic fluid from mobile equipment was released to the soil with a small amount causing a sheen on Horse Creek. Hydraulic fluid was cleaned up and did not leave the site. 03/08/2023 07:12 AM Mosaic South Four Corners Mine  FL; 33569 Hardee Bethany Niec Sr Environmental Manager bethany.niec@mosaicco.com (863) 428-3927 Owner of the Facility/Installation Heather Nedley (863) 263-3100 heather.nedley@mosaicco.com 27.518121 -82.021534 03/07/2023 10:25 AM No 03/07/2023 10:25 AM Incident Location
City of Safety Harbor On 3-7-2023 at 10:20 AM, a garbage truck on normal pick up, experienced a hydraulic hose failure. This resulted in a leak of approximately 45 gallons hydraulic fluid. The location is at main street and 13th avenue. The oil was contained to the roadway and all 45 gallons were recovered. No oil made it to the storm drain. Fleet mechanics were on scene very quickly and used fifteen 20lb bags of dry sweep (kitty litter) to clean up the hydraulic fluid. After the recovery of the dry sweep and oil, the city ran the street sweeper to clean up anything left behind. The hydraulic oil that leaked was Chevron Clarity oil AW68, a heavily refined oil product and as per SDS not classified as hazardous according to 29 CFR 1910.1200 (2012). 03/07/2023 02:44 PM City of Safety Harbor 1200 Railroad avenue; Safety Harbor FL; 34695 Pinellas Brad collins Water/Wastewater Sup bcollins@cityofsafetyharbor.com (727) 724-1550 Partial owner Brad collins (727) 724-1550 bcollins@cityofsafetyharbor.com 27.990811 -82.70151 03/07/2023 10:20 AM No 03/07/2023 11:15 AM Incident Location
186 Captiva Drive, Davenport A 24-inch force main split releasing approximately 1,500,000 gallons of raw wastewater onto the ground which flowed into a near-by stormwater retention pond. Due to the volume discharged, a Polk County Utilities (PCU) contracted with an outside agency to assist with clean-up operations. The contractor bypassed the damaged section of pipe using a wet tap until it was replaced, pumped out the storm water pond, and spread lime for disinfection and. The damaged section of pipe was replaced in the early morning hours of March 7, 2023. Fresh water was flushed into the pond and storm drains for additional clean-up and subsequently pumped out. PCU recovered approximately 95% of the amount discharged including any water that was in the pond and properly disposed of it. Signs were also posted around the pond as a precautionary measure while clean-up activities were occurring. All work was completed at 2:30 PM on March 10, 2023. 03/07/2023 12:37 PM Northeast Regional WWTF FL0A00002 200 Westview Drive; Davenport FL; 33837 Polk Krystal Azzarella Utilities Environmental Manager krystalazzarella@polk-county.net (863) 298-4195 Polk County Utilities Jason Jennings (863) 327-3119 jasonjennings@polk-county.net 28.249 -81.632 03/06/2023 05:30 PM No 03/06/2023 09:30 PM N Incident Location