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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
Wastewater Spill Sample Road Wastewater spill caused by a gravity main blockage. This blockage was removed using a high pressure /high volume washer. Approximately two hundred (200) gallons of wastewater was spilled. The spill was contained on the paved surface. No waterways were impacted. Most of the volume discharged was recovered. The area was sanitized. 06/21/2019 20:36 EDT Broward County Water and Wastewater 750 West Sample Road ; Directions: Latitude: 26.274420 Longitude: - 80.132800; Pompano Beach FL; 33064 Broward Mike Kelly Utilities Superintendent mikelly@broward.org (954) 831-0821 First Responder Mike Kelly (954) 831-0821 mikelly@broward.org 26.275224 -80.163986 06/18/2019 13:40 EDT No 06/18/2019 15:15 EDT Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow Vehicle struck City lift station causing raw sewage to be released. Approximately 10,154 gallons spilled, of which 8,400 gallons was recovered with Vac Truck and/or infiltrated into ground and 1,754 gallons were released to Quarry Creek. Lime was applied to affected area. Water quality sampling has started. 06/21/2019 17:08 EDT Pump Station 52 88 Coquina Ave.; City of St. Augustine FL; 32084 St. Johns Glabra Skipp Environmental Compliance Analyst gskipp@citystaug.com (904) 825-1055 Environmental Compliance Analyst Glabra Skipp (904) 825-1055 gskipp@citystaug.com 29.883284 -81.295732 06/20/2019 23:30 EDT No 06/21/2019 00:15 EDT Incident Location
Water Control Structure #106 Project The hose on a rented pump busted sometime over night and about 4.5 gallons of oil spilled out. We cleaned up the site this morning. 06/21/2019 16:00 EDT Water Control Structure #106 - City of North Port  FL Sarasota Jamie Booth Project Engineer zepcon@aol.com (239) 267-8778 Contractor Jamie Booth (239) 267-8778 zepcon@aol.com 27.045638 -82.235568 06/21/2019 08:00 EDT No 06/21/2019 11:30 EDT N Incident Location
Intersection Moss Road and Murphy Road Sanitary sewer overflow at the intersection of Moss Road and Murphy Road Winter Springs, FL. Overflow of manhole was due to lightening striking the lift station and damaging several pieces of equipment during a major rain and lightening event. We set up bypass pumping to stop the overflow. Electricians and mechanics worked to reinstate normal operation to the station. We used a vacuum Truck to clean up the overflow area and put down some lime for disinfection. We than vacuumed the residue. 06/21/2019 13:47 EDT Winter Springs/West FLA011067  FL Seminole Paul Morrison Utility Superintendent pmorrison@winterspringsfl.org (407) 327-5983 Utility Superintendent Paul Morrison (407) 327-5983 pmorrison@winterspringsfl.org 28.690854 -81.304216 06/13/2019 14:30 EDT No 06/13/2019 17:30 EDT Incident Location
Ocala Groudwater Wetlands Recharge Park OCALA, Fla. (June 20th, 2019) - Thursday, June 20th., the City of Ocala Wetlands Recharge Park experienced a sinkhole formation in Cell #3. An estimated between 1.5 and 2 million gallons of public access reuse water was spilled into the sinkhole. There is no standing water as it has percolated into the ground. The cell has been isolated using the onsite MOV (Motor Operated Valve) to stop the flow. 06/21/2019 12:42 EDT City of Ocala WRF#2 (FLA010680) 4200 SE 24th ST; Ocala FL; 34471 Marion Jeff Greve Lead Operator jgreve@ocalafl.org (352) 401-6928 Operator Of the Facility Jeff Greve (352) 401-6928 jgreve@ocalafl.org 29.209652 -82.158928 06/20/2019 06:30 EDT No 06/20/2019 07:30 EDT Incident Location
Tony Campbell On 6/20/2019 at 21:38 a 2 inch PVC coupling broke apart and released 18,800 gallons of chlorinated effluent to the ground with a 3.7 Mg/L Chlorine Residual (AVG).. No bodies of water or storm drains were effected by release and entire amount was contained to our WWTF site. As of 23:12 the 2 inch PVC pipe was isolated, repaired and placed back on line. 06/21/2019 11:21 EDT Loxahatchee River Enviornmental Control District 2500 Jupiter Park Dr.; Jupiter FL; 34458 Palm Beach Tony Campbell Director of Operations Tony.campbell@LRECD.org (561) 401-4054 Operator Of the Facility Albrey Arrington (561) 401-4002 Albrey.arrington@lrecd.org 26.92458 -80.140627 06/20/2019 21:35 EDT No 06/20/2019 23:10 EDT Incident Location
TWA South Bermuda WRF Granada & Pleasant Hill On June 20, 2019, starting at approximately 3:00 PM and ending at approximately 4:00 PM, a raw wastewater spill occurred near the intersection of Granada Blvd and Pleasant Hill Road in Osceola County. Approximately 3,000 gallons spilled due to a broken forcemain caused by a boring machine going over the top of the forcemain. Nearly all of the spill volume went into a nearby pond. Toho personnel repaired the forcemain, washed the spill area with potable water, posted ┐no fishing, no swimming┐ signage, and will be taking samples from the pond for bacteriological analyses. The State Watch Office was notified immediately, and produced Incident Report #2019-3415. 06/21/2019 10:03 EDT TWA South Bermuda WRF  FL Osceola Adrian Brene Environmental Compliance Coordinator environmental@tohowater.com (407) 944-5016 Environmental Compliance Coordinator Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 environmental@tohowater.com 28.225997 -81.438777 06/20/2019 15:00 EDT No 06/20/2019 16:00 EDT Incident Location
City of Safety Harbor - Hydraulic Oil Leak On 6/20/19, at approximately 10am, a City garbage truck experienced a failure of a hydraulic hose. This resulted in a leak of 30-35 gallons of hydraulic oil onto Country Villas Dr., north of Forest Cir. The oil stayed contained to the roadway. Stormwater BMPs were put in place prior to clean up. No oil entered the Stormwater system, creeks, or swales. City crews immediately cleaned up the oil utilizing oil-dri oil absorbent and the City street sweeper. The hydraulic oil leaked was Chevron Clarity Hydraulic Oil AW 68, a heavily refined mineral oil product, and as per the SDS not classified as hazardous according to 29 CFR 1910.1200 (2012). 06/20/2019 18:16 EDT City of Safety Harbor Public Works 1200 Railroad Ave.; Safety Harbor  FL; 34695 Pinellas Renee Cooper Asst. Public Works Director rcooper@cityofsafetyharbor.com (727) 724-1550 Owner Of the Facility Renee Cooper (727) 724-1550 rcooper@cityofsafetyharbor.com 28.02828 -82.699029 06/20/2019 10:00 EDT No 06/20/2019 11:35 EDT Incident Location
Aloha Gardens LS #12 A wastewater spill was found occurring at LS #12 (2341 Chatlin Road, Holiday) @ 0800 am on 06/20/2019; this station is part of the Aloha Gardens Collection system. The spill is believed to be attributed to the elevated collection system and increased flows being delivered to the station due to the approximate 6" of rain received in the local area over the past few days. The lift station pumps within the station discharge to the Pasco County Utilities force main and are unable to consistently keep up with the flows being received. The spill is currently ongoing (intermittently). The entire spill has been contained within the onsite disposal pond (old effluent disposal pond). Technicians are replacing one of the current lift station pumps with one of larger size in and effort to move a greater volume of water at an increased pressure. Also crews are installing a third external bypass pump to assist with pumping down the station in an effort to reduce station operating levels with the increased influent flows being received. Determining an estimate to the volume of the spill is difficult at this time due to the fact that the discharge is not continuous. The discharge is contingent to the head pressure of the force main and is dictated by other lift stations contributing to the force main. The current volume is estimated at 10-15 gallons per minute - when discharging; however again the station has not continuously discharged. All contents of the discharge have remained onsite. No water ways are affected. UPDATE: The discharge has ceased as of 7:45 am. 06/21/2019 UPDATE: Technicians found the station not discharging at 7:45 am on 06/21/2019, the total estimated volume of loss is 2,000 gallons (all contained onsite). The station level was down approximately 4┐ upon arrival to the site, so it the discharge ceased at some-point during the evening. The affected area of the discharge will be limed and cleaned. No water ways were affected. 06/20/2019 15:42 EDT Aloha Gardens Collection System 2341 Chatlin Road ; Holiday FL; 34652 Pasco Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 28.193 -82.763 06/20/2019 08:00 EDT No 06/21/2019 07:45 EDT N Incident Location
Eagle Ridge Lift Station 6 Called in to Deanna Newburg FDEP Fort Myers13:55 pm June 20th. 06/20/2019 15:27 EDT Eagle Ridge WWTP 14668 Aeries Way Drive ; Directions: Occurred at lift station 6 located near 7991 Georgian Bay Circle. the station is part of Eagle Ridge collection system.; Fort Myers FL; 33912 Lee Glenn Bruce Area Manager grbruce@uiwater.com (407) 725-3315 Area Manager Glenn Bruce (407) 725-3315 grbruce@uiwater.com 31.444 -90.36 06/19/2019 16:00 EDT No 06/20/2019 07:00 EDT Incident Location