Incident Details

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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
Chemours - Trail Ridge State Watch office has not yet assigned incident Number. Due to the significant rain event associated with Hurricane Irma, Stormwaterwas released from the emergency spillway at the West Levee. 09/18/2017 16:04 EDT The Chemours Company - Trail Ridge PO Box 753; 5222 Treat Road; STARKE FL; 32091 Bradford Connie Henderson Environmental Manager connie.henderson@chemours.com (906) 964-1327 Environmental Manager Connie Henderson (386) 336-6723 connie.henderson@chemours.com 29.999014 -82.05233 09/11/2017 02:30 EDT No 09/16/2017 14:30 EDT Incident Location
Chemours North Maxville Mine State Watch office has not yet assigned incident Number. Due to the significant rain event associated with Hurricane Irma, Stormwater and process water was released from the emergency spillways at at one mining cell (turbid water - no hazardous materials or chemicals). Discharge from the emergency spillways ceased over the course 2 dyas days. 09/18/2017 15:46 EDT The Chemours Company - North Maxville Mine PO Box 753; 7775 S CR 228; Starke FL; 32091 Baker Connie Henderson Environmental Manager connie.henderson@chemours.com (904) 964-1327 Environmental Manager Connie Henderson (386) 336-6723 connie.henderson@chemours.com 30.253572 -82.072586 09/10/2017 20:00 EDT No 09/12/2017 11:00 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow - City of Orlando 0n 09-17-2017, a seal on an Air Release Valve for a public sanitary sewer force main failed. Sanitary sewer began spraying from the device and filled the compartment it is housed within. 5000 gallons of sanitary sewer overflowed to the surrounding area. City crews responded to the overflow and a Hi-Vac truck pumped the compartment so that the air release valve could be isolated and replaced. Once the valve was replaced, service was returned to the force main and all areas impacted by the sanitary sewer overflow were sanitized and cleaned. 09/18/2017 15:28 EDT Public Sanitary Sewer - City of Orlando 904 N Eola Dr; Directions: Take SR 50 East and turn left on Mills headed North. Turn Left on E Marks St and area is at intersection of E Marks and N Eola; Orlando FL; 32804 Orange Daniel Friedline Public Outreach Coordinator daniel.friedline@cityoforlando.net (407) 246-2657 Authorized Representative of the City of Orlando Daniel Friedline (407) 246-2657 daniel.friedline@cityoforlando.net 28.556751 -81.369589 09/17/2017 21:45 EDT No 09/18/2017 02:15 EDT Incident Location
Chemours Maxville Mine State Watch office has not yet assigned incident Number. Due to the significant rain event associated with Hurricane Irma, Stormwater and process water was released from the emergency spillways at 4 of the ponds on the site (turbid water - no hazardous materials or chemicals). Discharges from the emergency spillways ceased over the course of a few days. Additionally, turbid water was released from NPDES point (D001). Due to high winds, sediment was not able to be settled from the water column. 09/18/2017 15:25 EDT The Chemours Company - Maxville Mine PO Box 753; 780 Hwy 301, Maxville; Directions: Site entrance is located at US 301 and CR 218. Will need to contact facility for entrance onto the site.; Starke FL; 32091 Baker, Bradford, Clay Connie Henderson Environmental Manager connie.henderson@chemours.com (904) 964-1327 Environmental Manager Connie Henderson (386) 336-6723 connie.henderson@chemours.com 30.152837 -82.033361 09/10/2017 23:55 EDT Yes Incident Location
City of Ocoee/Hurricane Irma Sanitary Sewer Discharges Power outage caused by Hurricane Irma caused lift station to overflow Emergency Generators used to pump down station Limed effected area 09/18/2017 13:39 EDT LS #29 Shoal Ck. 629 Butterfly Creek Ct.; Ocoee FL; 34761 Orange Tom King Utilities Facilities Manager tom.king@ocoee.org (321) 239-5283 Operator Of the Facility Tom King (321) 239-5283 tom.king@ocoee.org 28.571425 -81.54214 09/11/2017 15:00 EDT No 09/11/2017 15:10 EDT Incident Location
City of Ocoee/Hurricane Irma Sanitary Sewer Discharges Power outage caused by Hurricane Irma caused lift station to overflow Emergency Generators used to pump down station Limed effected area 09/18/2017 13:30 EDT LS #31 Admiral Point 908 Odyssey Ct.; Ocoee FL; 34761 Orange Tom King Utilities Facilities Manager tom.king@ocoee.org (321) 239-5283 Operator Of the Facility Tom King (321) 239-5283 tom.king@ocoee.org 28.570911 -81.536487 09/11/2017 13:00 EDT No 09/11/2017 13:10 EDT Incident Location
Senate Manor Power outage caused by Hurricane Irma caused lift station to overflow Aprox. 400 gallons. Used generator to pump down station, along with Arthur Price septic. Spread lime throughout effected area. 09/18/2017 13:26 EDT City of Port Richey 6333 Ridge Rd, Port Richey, Fl, 34668; Port Richey FL; 34668 Pasco Richard weeks Utility Foreman r.weeks@cityofportrichey.com (727) 919-8172 City of Port Richey Richard Weeks (727) 919-8172 R.weeks@cityofportrichey.com 28.313606 -82.705707 09/11/2017 12:00 EDT No 09/11/2017 12:30 EDT Incident Location
NAS JACKSONVILLE JP-5 RELEASE Update to previous report dating January 30, 2019. Per email dtd August 6, 2019: Russel Simpson FDEP. Resubmission due to error in receiving. During aircraft engine test approximately 1930 Hangar 116. F/A-18 aircraft developed a leak in port (left) wheel well caused by rigid fuel line coupling parting. Approximately 30 gallons JP-5 jet fuel released to concrete pavement spreading north behind aircraft. No storm drains affected no threat to soil or St. Johns River. Squadron Maintenance personnel initiated and completed cleanup and properly disposed of spill material. 09/18/2017 13:21 EDT Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida Commanding Officer 6500 N Roosevelt Blvd; Bldg 1 Box 50 Jacksonville, Florida 32212-0050; Directions: Roosevelt BLVD. South to Yorktown gate, east to Ranger St. to Hangar 116 flight line.; Jacksonville FL; 32212 Duval, Pasco James Taylor NAS Jacksonville Spill Manager james.e.taylor2@navy.mil (904) 542-3016 Spill Prevention Manager James Taylor (904) 542-3016 james.e.taylor2@navy.mil 28.259 -82.732 09/11/2017 11:30 EDT No 09/11/2017 11:50 EDT N Incident Location
Chapel Power outage caused by Hurricane Irma caused lift station to overflow Aprox. 1,000 gallons spilled. Used our vactor truck along with Arthur Price septic to clean up spill. Also hooked up generator to pump down station. Cleaned effected area with lime. 09/18/2017 13:15 EDT City of Port Richey 6333 Ridge Rd, Port Richey, Fl, 34668; Port Richey FL; 34668 Pasco Richard weeks Utility Foreman r.weeks@cityofportrichey.com (727) 919-8172 City of Port Richey Richard Weeks (727) 919-8172 R.weeks@cityofportrichey.com 28.267589 -82.720807 09/11/2017 11:05 EDT No 09/11/2017 11:30 EDT Incident Location
City of Ocoee/Hurricane Irma Sanitary Sewer Discharges Power outage caused by Hurricane Irma caused lift station to overflow Emergency Generators used to pump down station Limed effected area 09/18/2017 12:57 EDT LS #60 Arden park 1203 Arden Hights Drive; Ocoee FL; 34761 Orange Tom King Utilities Facilities Manager tom.king@ocoee.org (321) 239-5283 Operator Of the Facility Tom King (321) 239-5283 tom.king@ocoee.org 28.610452 -81.504542 09/11/2017 10:00 EDT No 09/11/2017 10:10 EDT Incident Location