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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
Willow Run Community: Franklin Drive and Tracy Drive SSO Sanitary overflow on Franklin Drive at Tracy Drive due to bypass pump failure. An estimated 2,000 gals of raw sewage was released and possibly made it to the storm drain located on Tracy Drive. Incident was resolved in an hour with sewage was removed by vactor truck and area was washed down with water and deodorizer was applied to affected area. 09/14/2017 12:49 EDT City of Port Orange WWTP 817 Oak Street; Port Orange FL; 32127 Volusia Steve Parnell Reclaimed Water Production Manager sparnell@port-orange.org (386) 506-5786 Operator Of the Facility Steve Parnell (386) 506-5786 sparnell@port-orange.org 29.121694 -81.029195 09/12/2017 15:30 EDT No 09/12/2017 16:30 EDT Incident Location
Reclaimed Water Overflow Approximately 6 MG to 20 MG of treated effluent overflowed from ground storage tanks at the Apopka WRF. The event was due to a combination of excess flows from Hurricane Irma and a loss of power. The onsite backup generator for the plant's reuse system is not capable of running all of the high service pumps and could therefore not send water out as fast as it was being put into the tanks. Power was not restored to the plant until 9/13 at approximately 1630 hours. 09/14/2017 12:30 EDT Apopka WRF - Project Arrow 333 Snowden Rd. ; Apopka FL; 32703 Orange Kirk Boulerice Chief Operator kboulerice@apopka.net (352) 453-9325 Operator Of the Facility Kirk Boulerice (352) 453-9325 kboulerice@apopka.net 28394.52 813015.57 09/08/2017 16:00 EDT No 09/13/2017 17:00 EDT N Incident Location
Hurricane Irma WWTP discharging fully treated reclaimed water to cross bayou in accordance with the pending DEP draft permit due to high flows resulting from Hurricane Irma. 09/14/2017 11:44 EDT City of New Port Richey WWTP 4730 Main st New Port Richey FL; New Port Richey FL; 34652 Pasco Roger Goodwin WWTP Operations Manager goodwinr@cityofnewportrichey.org (727) 841-4569 Owner Of the Facility Robert Rivera DPW Director (727) 841-4536 riverar@cityofnewportrichey.org 28.246519 -82.734608 09/10/2017 11:00 EDT No 09/14/2017 00:00 EDT Incident Location
Northlake Subdivision/Hurricane Irma Hurricane Irma created a power outage at the Lift Station causing a manhole to overflow. City crews restored power and cleaned up spill. 09/14/2017 11:32 EDT City of Tarpon Springs AWWTF 201 E. Pine St; Tarpon Springs FL; 34689 Pinellas Frank Fulghum Wastewater Division Manager ffulghum@ctsfl.us (727) 942-5616 Operator Of the Facility Frank Fulghum (727) 942-5616 ffulghum@ctsfl.us 28.152308 -82.733161 09/11/2017 06:00 EDT No 09/11/2017 10:00 EDT Incident Location
194 Canal St/Hurricane Irma Hurricane Irma created a power outage at the Lift Station causing a manhole to overflow. City crews restored power and cleaned up spill. 09/14/2017 11:24 EDT City of Tarpon Springs AWWTF 201 E. Pine St; Tarpon Springs FL; 34689 Pinellas Frank Fulghum Wastewater Division Manager ffulghum@ctsfl.us (727) 942-5616 Operator Of the Facility Frank Fulghum (727) 942-5616 ffulghum@ctsfl.us 28.148986 -82.761181 09/11/2017 06:00 EDT No 09/11/2017 22:00 EDT Incident Location
LS # 11 - San Salvador / Patricia Ave 9/13/17 IRMA In the process of jockeying by pass pumps around to multiple lift stations, the pump off valve did not get closed all the way, and sewage sprayed out of 1/4" vent hole on 4" cap just when lift station pumped, after crews left (not a large volume lift station) Approx 300 to 400 gallons of sewage sprayed out. We vacuumed up wet area in grass, spread lime, and washed it in, we also sprinkled HTH along about 100' of curb, washed it down, and Vac'd up all wash down. 09/14/2017 11:05 EDT City of Dunedin Lift Station # 11 841 San Salvador Dr. ; Directions: Just west of Patricia Ave. on San Salvador Dr. ; Dunedin FL; 34698 Pinellas Lance H. Parris Wastewater Collection System Superinrtendent Lparris@dunedinfl.net (727) 298-3256 Operator Of the Facility Lance H. Parris (727) 298-3256 lparris@dunedinfl.net 28.026433 -82.77627 09/13/2017 19:30 EDT No 09/14/2017 08:00 EDT Incident Location
Lift Station 14 Sewer Overflow Due to a pro-longed power failure as a result of Hurricane Irma, the lift station overflowed and spilled approximately 4,000 gal. of raw sewage onto 6th St at 1500 on 9/13/17. The flow entered the storm water collection system, taking it to a storm water retention pond. The area will be limed to disinfect the affected area. A bypass pump has been installed on the lift station to mitigate any further spills until commercial power can be restored. 09/14/2017 10:28 EDT City of Apopka Lift Station 14 440 E. 6th St; Directions: From Hwy. 441, take Alabama Ave. south one block to 6th St. The lift station is located on the southeast corner of 6th St. and Alabama Ave.; Apopka FL; 32703 Orange Kevin Burgess Asst. Public Services Director kburgess@apopka.net (407) 703-1731 Owner Of the Facility Kevin Burgess (407) 703-1731 kburgess@apopka.net 28.670636 -81.501931 09/13/2017 15:00 EDT No 09/13/2017 16:00 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow A broken force main (main was bored through) was the cause of the spill and an estimated 4,620 gallons was spilled in which 4,040 was recovered by vacuum trucks. 09/14/2017 10:07 EDT Force Main @ the intersection of River Rd. and Lost Key Dr. FL Escambia Robert Gordon Communications Coordinator II scada.operations@ecua.fl.gov (850) 969-6500 Operator Of the Facility Doug Gibson (850) 969-6513 douglas.gibson@ecua.fl.gov 30.30691 -87.439877 09/13/2017 09:25 EDT No 09/13/2017 11:35 EDT Incident Location
Southwest Regional Utility Service Area (SWRUSA) The incident occurred at the following locations: Lift Station #43; 205 Cayuta Ave in Lakeland, Lift Station #74; 4147 El Camino Real West in Lakeland and Lift Station #59; 4701 Wildflower Drive in Lakeland. Additionally, wastewater also backed up a residence located at 520 Century Oaks Ct. in Lakeland . The incident occurred when the lift station lost power due to Hurricane Irma resulting in an overflow. An undetermined amount of raw wastewater discharged on the ground. There may be potentially affected areas beyond the installation location. The public is advised to minimize contact with standing water in the vicinity of the installation as the full impact cannot be determined due to Hurricane Irma and the volume of storm recovery activities. The lift stations were pumped down to prevent a recurrence. The affected area was vacuumed and treated with lime disinfectant. The residence homes were also cleaned up. State Watch Office was contacted at 5:32 PM on September 13, 2017 and the incident numbers were issued at 6:32 PM September 13, 2017 as follows: Lift Station #43; 205 Cayuta Ave in Lakeland; (Incident # 2017-7459), Lift Station #74; 4147 El Camino Real West in Lakeland; (Incident # 2017-7460), Lift Station #59; 4701 Wildflower Drive in Lakeland (Incident #2017-7461) and 520 Century Oaks Ct. in Lakeland (Incident # 2017-7463). 09/13/2017 19:18 EDT Southwest Regional WWTF; FLA 012954 2000 4th Street ; Mulberry FL; 33860 Polk John A. Belangia Polk County Utilities johnbelangia@polk-county.net (863) 298-4270 Environmental Specialist II Mark Addison; Polk County Utilities (863) 298-4214 markaddison@polk-county.net 27.962879 -81.958643 09/13/2017 08:30 EDT No 09/13/2017 14:40 EDT Incident Location
Northwest Regional Utility Service Area (NWRUSA) The incident occurred at Lift Station #70; 6380 Silver Lake Drive West in Lakeland. Additionally, wastewater also backed up into two homes at 105 and 105 Rosalynn Circle in Lakeland. The incident occurred when the lift station lost power due to Hurricane Irma resulting in an overflow. An undetermined amount of raw wastewater discharged on the ground. There may be potentially affected areas beyond the installation location. The public is advised to minimize contact with standing water in the vicinity of the installation as the full impact cannot be determined due to Hurricane Irma and the volume of storm recovery activities. The lift station was pumped down to prevent a recurrence. The affected area was vacuumed and treated with lime disinfectant. The residence homes were also cleaned up. State Watch Office was contacted at 5:32 PM on September 13, 2017 and the incident numbers were issued at 6:32 PM September 13, 2017 as follows: Lift Station #70; 6380 Silver Lake Drive West in Lakeland.; (Incident # 2017-7464), 105 Rosalynn Circle in Lakeland (Incident # 2017-7465), 106 Rosalynn Circle in Lakeland (Incident # 2017-7466). 09/13/2017 19:04 EDT Northwest Regional WWTF; FLA 178667 8950 N. Campbell Rd ; Lakeland FL; 33810 Polk John A. Belangia Polk County Utilities johnbelangia@polk-county.net (863) 298-4270 Environmental Specialist II Mark Addison; Polk County Utilities (863) 298-4214 markaddison@polk-county.net 28.124465 -81.993734 09/13/2017 13:15 EDT No 09/13/2017 13:30 EDT Incident Location