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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
PCU DS-001 9/11/17 Manhole overflowed associated to pump station 001 located at 8101 Starkey Road. Started at 06:57 9/11/17 and ceased at 9/11/17 at 09:00. Generators in place and/or rotated until power was restored - debris clean-up as needed. Samples met state surface water bacteriological criteria. Signs have been removed. Waterway Affected: retention pond. Spill amount: 34,921 gallons. Cause of release: Hurricane Irma resulting in power failure at pump station. Please contact our office if there are any questions. Pump Station 001 Power Outage - call from: 8932 79th Avenue North 09/17/2017 10:09 EDT South Cross Bayou AWWTF Service Area FL0040436 (Major) 7401 54th Avenue North; St Petersburg FL; 33709 Pinellas Matthew Wotowiec Water Quality Monitoring Manager mwotowiec@pinellascounty.org (727) 582-2379 Pinellas County Utilities Employee Megan Ross (727) 582-2379 mross@pinellascounty.org 27.845887 -82.761889 09/11/2017 06:55 EDT No 09/11/2017 09:00 EDT N Incident Location
407478 WASD Incident #: 407478 Version: 3 Version Type: Supplementary Incident Version Created On: 09/16/17 06:44 PM Job Order #: 1003497582 Location of Discharge: 2654 SW 25 TER MIAMI 33133 Reported by WASD Employee? Yes Employee ID: 00008954 Employee Title: WATER DISTRIBUTION SUPERV Reported by: FLOYD PINCKNEY Utility Name: Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Phone Number: (305) 274-9272 Path of Flow: West On: 25 TER Discharge Caused by Asset Type: Force Main Contractor Involved? No Discharge Due to/Caused by: Force Main Broken Due to Corrosion Additional Discharge Cause: THE EXCESS COVER Pipe Material: PCCP (Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe) Pipe Size in inches: 42 Type of Water Discharge: RAW SEWAGE Did Discharge Go to Public Access Area? Yes Did Discharge Go into Storm Sewer? Yes Number of Storm Drain(s) Impacted: 2 Distance in Feet to Storm Drain(s): 300 Direction: West Did Discharge Go into Surface Water? No Weather Conditions: Sunny Estimated Quantity of Sewage Released in Gallons: 229,835 Estimated Time Release Started: 09/16/17 08:30 AM Estimated Time Action Taken at Site: 09/16/17 09:30 AM ACTION TAKEN Active Spill Observed? Yes Discharge Flow Stopped? Yes Discharge Stopped On: 09/16/17 12:45 PM Spill Contained? Yes Area Cleaned? Yes Area Disinfected? Yes Method of Disinfection: Lime/Vactor Public Notified? Yes Method of Public Notification: Post Signs Public Notified On: 09/16/17 09:30 AM Spill Recovered? No AGENCIES NOTIFIED AGENCY NOTIFICATION POINT METHOD NOTIFIED TO NOTIFIED ON DEP FDEP State Warning Point Phone HENRY 09/16/17 06:52 PM RER RER Compliance Desk Phone JENNY 09/16/17 06:52 PM WASD WASD Jose Cueto Phone JOSE CUETO 09/16/17 06:52 PM DEP DEP Notification Group E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM DOH DOH Notification Group E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM EPA EPA Notification Group E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM HMS Hazardous Materials Subcommittee Group E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM RER RER Notification Group E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM SFWM SFWM Notification Group E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM WASD WASD Interdepartmental Personnel E-mail 09/16/17 06:52 PM Future Contact Person: Marcelo Garcia Future Contact Person's Phone Number: (786) 552-8342 Form Completed by: Ismael Fernandez (E315381) Of: Water & Sewer Department DEP USE ONLY WRITTEN REPORT REQUESTED: ___ No/ ___ Yes DUE DATE: _________________________________ NAME: _____________________ TITLE: ________________________________ SIGNATURE: ______________ DATE: ___________ Latitude: 25.7442873169716 Longitude: -80.2375129946574 09/16/17 06:52 PM * Fields on red are the ones that changed from previous version Page 1 of 1 DOMESTIC WASTEWATER DISCHARGE/ABNORMAL EVENT NOTIFICATION MIAMI-DADE COUNTY WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SECTION 09/16/2017 20:05 EDT Miami-Dade W&S Collection System 2654 SW 25 TER ; Miami FL; 33133 Miami-Dade Floyd Pinckney WDS floyd.pinckney@miamidade.gov (305) 274-9272 Operator Of the Facility Marcelo M. Garcia (305) 274-9272 marcelo.garcia@miamidade.gov 25.836257 -80.262452 09/16/2017 08:30 EDT No 09/16/2017 12:45 EDT Incident Location
Hurricane Irma Incidents - 7 Hurricane Irma had catastrophic statewide impacts, including historic rainfall, unprecedented river surges and flooding. JEA is continuing damage assessment of its water, wastewater and reuse systems. JEA is providing updates as assessments are completed. For more information go to jea.com. JEA has identified the following incidents that resulted during these extreme conditions. I. Sanitary Sewer Overflow Incidents: a. Incident Address: 11952 Harmony Dr., Jacksonville FL 32246 at approximately 1:53 pm on 9/15/17 JEA identified an uprooted tree damaging a sewer line causing a release to land. Approximately 1,500 gallons. b. Incident Address: 7015 Hanson Dr., Jacksonville FL 32210 at approximately 4:30 pm on 9/11/17 JEA identified a power outage at a lift station causing a release to the Wills Branch Creek. Approximately 86,000 gallons. c. Incident Address: 9721 Chirping Way, Jacksonville FL 32222 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a power outage at a lift station causing a release to a pond. Approximately 2,600 gallons. See https://www.jea.com/environment/environmental_incident_reporting/ for more details 09/16/2017 18:26 EDT JEA 21 W Church St.; Jacksonville  FL; 32202 Duval Alan Tablada Manager, Environmental Incident Response tablas@jea.com (904) 703-0425 Environmental Alan Tablada (904) 703-0425 tablas@jea.com 30.330596 -81.657187 09/11/2017 12:00 EDT No 09/13/2017 01:00 EDT Incident Location
9-15-17 OCU SWRF Secondary Clarifier Filtered secondary clarifier unchlorinated effluent (unchlorinated reclaimed water) discharged through two manholes in the south plant and entered the onsite south storm water pond. The estimate discharge amount is 81,000 gallons. The pond did not overflow; the pond water level was (and remains) 3 feet lower than the pond outfall invert elevation. Therefore, no discharge flowed into Shingle Creek. 100,000 gallons has been recovered so far and pumped to the plant for retreatment. Recovery efforts are ongoing and OCU┐s intention is to pump out and retreat the entire pond contents. 09/16/2017 14:46 EDT OCU South Water Reclamation Facility 4760 Sand Lake Road; Orlando FL; 32819 Orange Laura Woodbury Sr Eng., OCU Field Services laura.woodbury@ocfl.net (407) 836-6826 OCU Sr. Eng. Mark Robinson (407) 254-9977 Mark.robinson@ocfl.net 28.449013 -81.439487 09/15/2017 13:00 EDT No 09/15/2017 17:30 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overspill The Utility District staff responded to a high-high level alarm. Reset default and turned on bypass pump. Staff started corrective actions by washing down area and road. 09/16/2017 13:56 EDT City of Riviera Beach 600 West Blue Heron Blvd.; Riviera Beach FL; 33404 Palm Beach Allen J. Davis Superintendent adavis@rivierabch.com (561) 845-4185 Operator Of the Facility Allen J. Davis (561) 644-5254 adavis@rivierabch.com 26.771858 -80.084201 09/16/2017 13:46 EDT No 09/16/2017 02:10 EDT Incident Location
Lube oil spill / Pump Station S-7 During raw lube oil transfer to pump engine an overfilled event occurred. Excess lube oil (40 weight) was discharge from the waste lube oil tank outside the station during transfer. The oil flowed into the intake bay of the pump station. Approximate volume of oil discharged was 230 gallons. A majority of the oil is contained in the intake bay. The pump engine was secured and booms deployed to isolate oil to intake bay. Some residual sheen is present outside intake bay and on discharge side of station. Booms were also deployed on discharge side of station. Body of water impacted is the L-18 Canal (aka North New River Canal). Station is located on east side of US 27 at the Broward / Palm Beach County line. A contactor with vacuum truck and additional absorbent material are in route. Update 9/18/17: Vacuum trucks performed remediation on 9/16/17. Removed approx. 5,000 gallons of oil/water mixture. Spent absorbent booms/pads are scheduled to be removed today. After performing post incident inventory on lube oil system, estimated volume of oil discharge to the environment was approx. 50 gallons. 09/16/2017 13:34 EDT South Florida Water Management District / Pump Station S-7 US 27 at Broward County / Palm Beach County line.; Directions: East side of US 27 at Broward County / Palm Beach County line.; South Bay FL Palm Beach Jeffrey Smith Lead Env. Scientist jesmith@sfwmd.gov (561) 682-2516 Owner Of the Facility Robert Kukleski (561) 307-4423 bkuklesk@sfwmd.gov 26.335517 -80.536807 09/16/2017 04:30 EDT No 09/16/2017 08:00 EDT N Incident Location
1950 Pass A Grille Way, St. Petersburg, FL. On 9/15/17 at 11:15 A.M., a 40 gallon release of non-PCB mineral oil was reported to have been released to Tampa Bay from a storm water system located at 1950 Pass A Grille Way, St. Petersburg, FL. The remediation contractor that responded to the scene determined that no oil was released to Waters of the United States. The drain had been bermed due to construction activities at this site. The mineral oil impacts to the soil/asphalt were remediated according to the Duke Energy MODEF-VCP. Therefore, this release was not required to be reported to the State Watch Office. 09/16/2017 11:12 EDT ST. Petersburg Fire Dept. 1950 Pass A Grille Way; St. Petersburg FL; 33706 Pinellas Devin Barzilay Environmental Spill Coordinator Devin.Barzilay@Duke-Energy.com (352) 573-6473 Environmental Spill Coordinator Duke Energy Corporate Communications (888) 266-3852 Duty-CorpComm@Duke-Energy.com 27.914215 -82.683179 09/15/2017 11:15 EDT No 09/15/2017 16:00 EDT Incident Location
1950 Pass A Grille Way, St. Petersburg, FL. On 9/15/17 at 11:15 A.M., a 40 gallon release of non-PCB mineral oil was reported to have been released to Tampa Bay from a storm water system located at 1950 Pass A Grille Way, St. Petersburg, FL. The remediation contractor that responded to the scene determined that no oil was released to Waters of the United States. The drain had been bermed due to construction activities at this site. The mineral oil impacts to the soil/asphalt were remediated according to the Duke Energy MODEF-VCP. Therefore, this release was not required to be reported to the State Watch Office. 09/16/2017 11:12 EDT ST. Petersburg Fire Dept. 1950 Pass A Grille Way; St. Petersburg FL; 33706 Pinellas Devin Barzilay Environmental Spill Coordinator Devin.Barzilay@Duke-Energy.com (352) 573-6473 Environmental Spill Coordinator Duke Energy Corporate Communications (888) 266-3852 Duty-CorpComm@Duke-Energy.com 27.914215 -82.683179 09/15/2017 11:15 EDT No 09/15/2017 16:00 EDT Incident Location
Bonita Grande MLS On 9/15/2017 about 2:00pm power was restored to several lift stations at once overwhelming the master lift station. About 4000 gallons spilled 09/16/2017 08:30 EDT Bonita Grande MLS 27940 Bonita Grande Dr. ; Directions: I-75 exit 116 East 1 mile to Bonita Grande. NW corner of intersection.; Bonita Springs FL; 34135 Lee Andy Koebel Director of Operations akoebel@bsu.us (239) 992-0711 Owner Of the Facility Andy Koebel (239) 992-0711 akoebel@bsu.us 26.332136 -81.738824 09/15/2017 14:00 EDT No 09/15/2017 14:15 EDT Incident Location
Event 133 Power Failure due to hurricane Irma. Generator power failure. Station was vacuumed and generator restored. 09/15/2017 21:33 EDT Lift Station 362 Whispering Trails Dr.; Winter Haven FL Polk Terry Carver Wastewater Superintendent tcarver@mywinterhaven.com (863) 291-5766 Operator Of the Facility Terry Carver (863) 291-5766 tcarver@mywinterhaven.com 28.016025 -81.66036 09/15/2017 03:00 EDT No 09/15/2017 09:00 EDT Incident Location