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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
Lake Reedy Spill Hurricane Irma caused a tree to fall and rupture an irrigation fuel tank line. An estimated 200 hundred gallons spilled into lake Reedy in Frostproof Fl. 09/12/2017 07:35 PM Alico Citrus 181 hwy 630 ; frostproof FL; 33843 Polk joe barajas Safety jbarajas@alicoinc.com (863) 990-8034 Safety Manager joe barajas (863) 990-8034 jbarajas@alicoinc.com 27.720755 -81.490997 09/12/2017 05:55 PM Yes Incident Location
OCU WW Collection System; Hurricane Irma Due to wide spread power outages caused by Hurricane Irma, the Orange County Utilities Department had overflows from manholes and pump stations at multiple locations throughout its collection system. OCU Wastewater staff are diligently addressing any ongoing conditions and the Department will follow up with additional detailed information and volume estimates as they become available. OCU will be preparing one report summarizing SSOs from OCU┐s wastewater collection system and submitting to the department on a daily basis during the immediate post-hurricane recovery period. The State Watch Office has been contacted and we are preparing the detailed report requested. 09/12/2017 06:26 PM Orange County Utilities Collection System  FL Orange Laura Woodbury Sr. Engineer, Field Services laura.woodbury@ocfl.net (407) 836-6826 Sr. Eng. Field Services Troy Layton, Manager, Field Services (407) 254-9794 Troy.Layton@ocfl.net 28.447681 -81.41779 09/10/2017 08:00 PM Yes Incident Location
EWRF 3; 9-11-2017 On September 11th at approximately 7:45 PM, Plant Influent flow increased to over 40 MGD Peak hourly flows. This in turn caused high flows throughout the Plant and subsequently caused the Phase 3 Automatic Backwash Filters to overflow into the plant┐s sanitary sewer system, which became surcharged causing the nearby man holes to overflow. The secondary treated effluent flowed into a nearby storm water ditch. The storm water ditch was blocked off in response to a spill that occurred the day before. The spill amount was contained and pumped back into the north lift station for re-treatment. The estimated amount discharged was 10,000 gallons. The amount recovered was approximately 12,000 gallons. The discharge lasted one hour; 7:45 pm to 8:45 pm. 09/12/2017 06:14 PM OCU East Water Reclamation Facility 1621 S. Alafaya Trail; Orlando FL; 32828 Orange Laura Woodbury Sr. Engineer, Field Services laura.woodbury@ocfl.net (407) 836-6826 Sr. Eng, Field Services Mark Robinson, Assistant Manager, WRD (407) 254-6791 Mark.Robinson@ocfl.net 28.523178 -81.203006 09/11/2017 07:45 PM No 09/11/2017 08:45 PM N Incident Location
Northeast Water Reclamation Facility, Reject Tank Reclaimed water reject storage tank overflowed due to a faulty level indicator, causing approximately 432,000 gallons of partially treated effluent to spill on the ground around the tank. None of the spill migrated off plant property. The plant was in reject because of failure to maintain minimum chlorine residual, due to nitrification within the treatment system. 09/12/2017 05:04 PM Northeast Water Reclimaiton Facility (FLA128856) 1160 62nd Ave. NE; St. Petersburg FL; 33701 Pinellas John E. Palenchar Interm Director john.palenchar@stpete.org (727) 892-5600 Owner of the Facility/Installation Doug Larue (727) 893-7779 doug.larue@stpete.org 27.82759 -82.615105 09/11/2017 04:00 PM No 09/11/2017 04:35 PM Incident Location
EWRF 2; 9-10-17 As a result of Hurricane Irma, on September 10th at approximately 2:00 PM, Plant influent flows increased to over 55 MGD peak hourly flows. This in turn caused the high flows throughout the Plant and subsequently caused the Phase III Automatic Backwash Filters to overflow from the Influent channels. The partially treated effluent that was released from the Phase 3 Automatic Backwash filter influent channel ponded on adjacent ground surfaces and flowed into and ponded in a nearby stormwater ditch. EWRF Plant staff enacted emergency by-pass measures to stop the overflow and deployed crews and a tanker to assist with clean-up and spill recovery measures. Staff decided to block off culverts to ponds and contain the spill within west stormwater ditches. Staff set up a pump system to pull water from the ditches and discharged back into the north lift station for re-treatment. The estimated amount discharged was 120,000 gallons. Over 120,000 gallons was recovered and pumped back into the plant. 09/12/2017 05:02 PM OCU East Water Reclamation Facility 1621 S. Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL. 32828 FL Orange Laura Woodbury Sr. Engineer, OCU Field Services Laura.Woodbury@OCFL.net (407) 836-6826 Sr. Eng. Field Services Mark Robinson, Assistant Manager WRD (407) 254-6791 Mark.Robinson@ocfl.net 28.522566 -81.202122 09/10/2017 03:00 PM No 09/11/2017 03:00 AM N Incident Location
City of Lakeland - FL0039772 Due to Hurricane Irma, the City of Lakeland Wastewater Collection Division has experienced system wide power outages and area flooding. These have caused the City to have overflows from manholes and pump stations throughout the service area. City crews are working around the clock pulling generators and pumps to handle the situation. Additional information will be provided after recovery efforts have been completed. The following known SSOs occurred during Hurricane Irma from pump stations located with the City of Lakeland service territory: L0410 at 2900 E Edgewood Dr. 75,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-7326), L0730 at 2026 Wayman St. 25,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8121), L1410 at 20 Lake Hunter Dr. 25,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8123), L3820 at 955 Longfellow Blvd 20,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8130), L4420 at 1510 Ariana Street 10,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8132), L1720 at 2037 Nottingham 10,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8134), L0710 at 1501 Ariana Street 5,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8136), L4430 at 1510 Ariana Street 5,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8137), L1910 at 1351 W. Lake Bonny Dr. 7,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8139), L6650 at 4444 N Rd 98 2,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8141), L6660 at 4051 Sunset Lake Dr. 2,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8145), L3865 at 1610 Reynolds Rd 2,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8147), L4440 at 2141 Harden Blvd 2,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8150), L6825 at 632 Sandstone Dr. 2,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8120), L2640 at 4375 S Rd 98 1,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8122), L4520 at 1001 Pine Chase Ave 1,500 gallons (SWP# 2017-8124), L4410 at 1625 Ariana Village 1,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8126), L6670 at 1105 Plaza Dr. 1,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8127). The following known SSOs occurred during Hurricane Irma at manholes located with the City of Lakeland service territory: 3350 Kilmer 1,000 gallons (SWP# 2017-8129), 1501 Lake Bonny Dr. 250 gallons (SWP# 2017-8131), 847 Buttercup 250 gallons (SWP# 2017-8133), 2313 N Florida Ave 250 gallons (SWP# 2017-8135), 10 Pirates Way 250 gallons (SWP# 2017-8138), 1417 Glendale 250 gallons (SWP# 2017-8140), 2945 Oxford 250 gallons (SWP# 2017-8142) 09/12/2017 04:39 PM City of Lakeland Glendale WRF - FL0039772 1825 Glendale Street; Lakeland FL; 33803 Polk Richard Ruede Wastewater Collection Manager richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net (863) 834-8277 Operator of the Facility/Installation Richard Ruede (863) 834-8277 richard.ruede@lakelandgov.net 28.006743 -81.927511 09/10/2017 11:00 PM No 09/14/2017 09:00 AM Y Polk Incident Location
PCU DS-346 9.11.17 Manholes overflowed associated to pump station 346 located at 508 19th St. N. Palm Harbor started at 9:51 AM 9/11/17. (DEP Incident #387) tied to DEP Incident # 393. Generators in place and/or rotated until power was restored - debris clean-up as needed. Date ceased:9/11/2017 @ 12:57. Signs have been posted. Waterway Affected: Allen's Creek. Samples met state surface water bacteriological criteria. SSO discharge volumes have been revised as a result of re-evaluation by SCB staff, based on data obtained from SCADA. Spill amount :7,875 gallons. Cause of release: Hurricane Irma resulting in power failure at pump station. Please contact our office if there are any questions.. Pump Station 346 Power Outage - calls from 1827 Mary's Meadow Lane 1808 Mary's Meadow Lane 1868 Mary's Meadow Lane 1838 Mary's Meadow Lane 1800 Mary's Meadow Lane 1890 Mourning Dove Drive 09/12/2017 04:33 PM W.E. Dunn WRF FL0128775 4111 Dunn Drive, Palm Harbor, FL 34683; Palm Harbor FL; 34683 Pinellas Sheri Lovely Technical Project Coordinator slovely@pinellascounty.org (727) 582-2379 Water Quality Division Employee Megan Ross (727) 582-7020 mross@pinellascounty.org 28.074574 -82.751496 09/11/2017 11:00 AM No 09/11/2017 01:00 PM N Incident Location
Lift Station #22 Flooding Black Creek flooded during hurricane Irma and flooded master lift station at 2647 Blanding Blvd, Middleburg, Florida. Lift Station is 10 - 12 feet under water, 09/12/2017 04:20 PM Ridaught WWTP 2878-1 Tuscarora Trail; Middleburg FL; 32068 Clay Dennis R Martin Wastewater Superintendent dmartin@clyutility.org (904) 626-3893 Plant Manager Dennis R Martin (904) 626-3893 dmartin@clayutility.org 30.060937 -81.871251 09/11/2017 05:00 PM Yes Incident Location
EWRF 1; 9-10-2017 During hurricane Irma, pretreatment Influent flow increased to over 55 MGD causing the pretreatment structure to overflow into the old odor control system and on to the ground. Releasing initially 250,000 gallons before semi repair was completed within an hour. Semi repair slowed the spill down to 400 GPM. Since the onsite storm water system was involved and there was no way of stopping the overflow until influent flows decreased, Plant staff decided to block off culverts to the stormwater ponds and contain the spill within west stormwater ditches. Staff set up pump system to pull water from the ditches and discharge it back into north lift station for re-treatment. The estimated total discharge is 538,000 gallons. More than this amount was recovered. 09/12/2017 04:18 PM OCU East Water Reclamation Facility 1621 S. Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL. 32828; Orlando FL; 32828 Orange Laura Woodbury Sr. Engineer, OCU Field Services Laura.Woodbury@OCFL.net (407) 836-6826 Sr Eng, OCU Field Services Mark Robinson, Assistant Manager WRD (407) 257-6791 Mark.Robinson@ocfl.net 28.522734 -81.203109 09/10/2017 02:30 PM No 09/11/2017 02:00 AM N Incident Location
2662 Shenandoah Dr Force Main Break Uprooted tree broke sewage force main during hurricane Irma. Sewage flowed into nearby drainage ditch. Notified affected property owner. 09/12/2017 04:13 PM Miller Street WWTP 1600 Bartlett; Orange Park FL; 32073 Clay Dennis R Martin Wastewater Superintendent dmartin@clyutility.org (904) 626-3893 Plant Manager Dennis R Martin (904) 626-3893 dmartin@clayutility.org 30.135065 -81.755519 09/11/2017 01:30 PM No 09/11/2017 05:30 PM Incident Location