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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
Fleet Maintenance Fuel Spill Tropic Oil was on site refueling our bulk storage diesel tank. During the refueling process a leak developed from a fuel hose. The fuel was on asphalt and some leaked into a sandy/ asphalt milling area. The asphalt was dried with quick dry containment and the milling were excavated and transported by Tropic Oil staff. 05/05/2023 02:13 PM City of Winter Haven Fleet Maintenance Facility 2501 Motor Pool Rd; Winter Haven FL; 33881 Polk Josh Hendrix Fleet Maintenance Superintendent (863) 291-5759 Work Site Superintendent Aaron Russell (863) 291-5759 28.050787 -81.72801 05/04/2023 07:30 AM No 05/04/2023 12:00 PM Incident Location
5362 Lorraine Road 050423 Lift station teams responded to a SCADA alarm reporting a high-level wet well at the Heritage Oaks Regional lift station on Lorraine Road. Upon arrival, staff confirmed the pumps had malfunctioned from excess rags and grease. Crews were able to manually clean the pumps returning them to operation and use a vac-truck to pump down the station. During the mobilization process, approximately 2,000 gallons of raw sewage flowed out of the lift station and onto the surrounding ground. With dry soil conditions in the area, nothing was recovered. Lime was used on the affected area. Surface waters were not affected; no sampling is required. Clean-up and notifications are proceeding per protocol. 05/05/2023 12:17 PM Bee Ridge WRF Service Area  FL Sarasota Dustin Mellow Supervisor (941) 861-6790 Operator of the Facility/Installation Patricia Nihart (941) 861-6790 27.292495 -82.400407 05/04/2023 10:30 PM No 05/04/2023 10:55 PM Incident Location
Lift Station 4 Incident Description: Data Flow System Telemetry TCU unit blown fuse no communication Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Power Spill Volume: 77,408 Volume Recovered: 72,000 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Applied lime, Other Agencies Notified: 05/05/2023 08:21 AM Lake Wales City of - WWTP 840 Henry St; ; Directions: 840 Henry St ; Lake Wales FL; 33853 - 4502 Polk Theodore Long Chief Plant Operator (863) 678-4114 Operator of the Facility/Installation Theodore Long (863) 678-4114 27.929154 -81.606264 05/03/2023 05:00 PM No 05/03/2023 06:00 PM N Incident Location
SSO 2023-3702 Incident Description: Notified of leak early morning, was able to turn off lift stations and stop most of flow from air relieve valve temporarily till a VacTruck was able to arrive to pump down and wash work area. Rags had gotten caught in valve and caused the ball to not close completely, causing the discharge, removed rags to properly close, again. Applied lime to affected area and posted signage and caution tape to quarantine the area. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Blockage Spill Volume: 1,200 Volume Recovered: 800 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Applied lime, Signs posted Agencies Notified: 05/04/2023 04:28 PM High Springs WWTF Southwest 25th Avenue; Directions: Southwest 25th Avenue ; High Springs FL; 32643 Alachua Richard Cason Waste Water Operator/Superintendent (352) 258-2763 Operator of the Facility/Installation Richard Cason (352) 258-2763 29.809654 -82.60677 05/04/2023 07:30 AM No 05/04/2023 08:30 AM N Incident Location
Lake Nona Landing Lift Station #10900 Private lift station pumps failed at 9am on Tuesday 5/2/23; Orange County was first to respond. They stopped the overflow at 1:25pm then contacted the Property Owner, who dispatched septic service to pump out the station and assess the pumps. Estimated amount of overflow is 7,910gal. Bypass pump has been installed to prevent further overflows while pumps are repaired/rebuilt. 05/04/2023 04:20 PM Lake Nona Landing 11930 Narcoossee Rd; Orlando FL; 32827 Orange Laura Sabatino Sr. Property Manager, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc., Managing Agent for 11930 Narcoossee Rd LLC (704) 578-4060 Operator of the Facility/Installation Laura Sabatino (704) 578-4060 28.391903 -81.245695 05/02/2023 09:00 AM No 05/02/2023 01:25 PM Incident Location
US Highway #1 Facility ID# FLA013969 Domestic St. Lucie CO. Manolito Sewel (772) 979-5723 5601 Indian Pines BLVD, 34951 Phoned S.E District for spill of 200 gal. Then phoned Public Notice Pollution. Incident Description: A syringe had gotten caught between the Air Release Valve (ARV) which stopped the valve from closing after the air had ben released. Remedial Action Being Taken: The syringe was removed and the ARV was cleaned. Future Preventative Measures: Continue Monitoring and cleaning of ARV. 05/04/2023 01:59 PM Air Release Valve (ARV) 6189 US1 South 34951; Fort Pierce FL; 35951 St. Lucie Manolito Sewel Lead Operator (772) 979-5723 Operator of the Facility/Installation Manolito Sewel (772) 979-5723 27.437235 -80.348513 05/04/2023 12:00 PM No 05/04/2023 01:00 PM N Incident Location
Treated Biosolids Spill The City's contracted biosolids hauler spilled approximately 0.125 cubic yards of treated biosolids. Rain may have entered the trailer through the cover, causing the sludge to be more watery than usual and easily spill with the slightest movement. The trailer leaked a very small amount of treated sludge from 1621 N 14 Ave to US1 on Taft St. City staff pressure washed and disinfected the area. Resulting wastewater was vacuumed up and disposed of at WWTP. 05/04/2023 01:26 PM SRWWTP 1621 N 14th Ave; Hollywood FL; 33020 Broward Gabriela Mirea Regulatory Compliance Officer (954) 921-3414 Employee Gabriela Mirea (954) 921-3414 26.026428 -80.135988 05/04/2023 05:30 AM No 05/04/2023 06:00 AM Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow Today at 14:30, ECUA crews responded to an overflowing manhole at 3002 Pelican Ln.. A contractor hit the gravity sewer main, causing the spill. The spill is over 1,000 gallons, has entered a nearby storm drain and is currently ongoing. Update 5/5/23 - repairs were made to the gravity sewer main and the area was washed down. The spill was 1,000 gallons, had entered a nearby storm drain that led to Escambia Bay. Samples were taken and sent to the DEP. JW 05/03/2023 05:15 PM Manhole 3002 Pelican Ln; Pensacola  FL; 32514 Escambia Jack Wakeman Communication Coordinator II (850) 969-6500 Operator of the Facility/Installation Brandon Knight (850) 969-6650 30.525 -87.184 05/03/2023 02:00 PM No 05/03/2023 04:00 PM N Incident Location
5020 Walcott Ave A broken 4" force main released sewer into water way ditch that leads to a detention pond with overflow structure not in overflow. The force main was repaired to stop the overflow. Monitoring and sampling of the pond started 5/3/2023. 05/03/2023 04:31 PM 5020 Walcott Ave ; Jacksonville FL; 32209 Duval Tori Johnson Environmental Scientist (904) 465-7890 Incident Responder Tori Johnson (904) 465-7890 30.367576 -81.702383 05/02/2023 03:45 PM No 05/02/2023 08:00 PM Incident Location
2413 Thomas Drive Incident Description: A 4 inch PVC sewer main had been previously bored into by a contractor. The city repaired the sewer main with a full circle wrap. The crack in the line outgrew the wrap, causing the repair to fail. Approximately 6,000 gallons of untreated sewage spilled onto the nearby grounds. City staff responded to the SSO event immediately. The cracked portion of the pipe was cut and replaced with a new section of line using two Hymax couplings. The spilled wastewater was vacuumed up by a vac truck and the impacted soil was treated with lime. The spill did not impact any surface waters or storm drains. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Break-in-Line Spill Volume: 6,000 Volume Recovered: 6,000 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Applied lime, Raked and disposed of debris Agencies Notified: 05/03/2023 03:54 PM Panama City Beach WWTP #1 206 N Gulf Blvd; ; Directions: 206 N Gulf Blvd ; Panama City Beach FL; 32413 - 2802 Bay Jason Bailey Wastewater Plant Operations & Lab Supervisor (850) 527-7732 Operator of the Facility/Installation Jason Bailey (850) 527-7732 30.153402 -85.750153 05/01/2023 02:00 PM No 05/01/2023 05:00 PM N Incident Location