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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
Hurricane Irma Incidents - 2 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: 7150 Civic Club Road, Jacksonville FL 32219 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a lift station causing a release to Little Trout River. Amount to be determined. b. Incident Address: 7732 Merrill Road, Jacksonville FL 32211 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a lift station causing a release to Strawberry Creek. Amount to be determined. c. Incident Address: 847 Hickory Hill, Jacksonville FL 32221 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a lift station causing a release from a lift station to Wills Branch Creek. Amount to be determined. d. Incident Address: 220 Mercer Circle S., Jacksonville FL 32217 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a manhole overflow into Christopher Creek. Approximately 29,700 gallons. e. Incident Address: San Jose Blvd and Morvenwood Rd, Jacksonville FL 32210 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a manhole overflow release to storm drain to St. Johns River. Approximately 1,000 gallons. f. Incident Address: 3421 Indian Creek Blvd, Jacksonville FL 32259 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified power outage at a lift station causing release to marsh. Amount to be determined. g. Incident Address: 74 Baisden Rd., Jacksonville FL 32218 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified power outage at a lift station causing a release into a tributary to Broward River. Approximately 100 gallons. h. Incident Address: 111247 Beacon Dr., Jacksonville FL 32225 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified power outage at a lift station causing a release into the St. Johns River. Approximately 110,000 gallons. i. Incident Address: 8052 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville FL 32211 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified power outage at a lift station causing a release into Strawberry Creek. Approximately 17,000 gallons. j. Incident Address: 4526 Detaille St., Jacksonville FL 32209 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified power outage at a lift station causing a release to Ribault River. Approximately 190,000 gallons. k. Incident Address: 12583 Arrowleaf Dr., Jacksonville FL 32225 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified power outage at a lift station causing a release to pond connecting to Mt. Pleasant Creek. Approximately 19,100 gallons. l. Incident Address: 5565 Bristol Bay Ln., Jacksonville FL 32244 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified manhole overflow to storm drain causing a release to pond connecting to Little Ortega River. Amount to be determined. m. Incident Address: 8104 Argyle Forest Blvd., Jacksonville FL 32244 at approximately 12:00 am on 9/11/17 JEA identified a lift station causing a release to a swamp to the Ortega River. Approximately 25,000 gallons. See https://www.jea.com/environment/environmental_incident_reporting/ for more details. 09/13/2017 06:33 PM JEA 21 W Church St.; Jacksonville FL; 32206 Duval, St. Johns Alan Tablada Manager, Environmental Incident Response tablas@jea.com (904) 703-0425 Environmental Alan Tablada (904) 703-0425 tablas@jea.com 30.330532 -81.657198 09/11/2017 12:00 AM Yes N Incident Location
Manhole Overflow - 2326 Seton Lane CITY MANHOLE OVERFLOWING DUE TO LIFT STATION FAILURE. LIFT STATION 19 WAS RESPONDED TO BY CITY STAFF AND WAS IN HIGH WELL STATUS. STAFF FOUND DAMAGED TELEMETRY CONTROL UNIT. TELEMETRY CONTROL UNIT WAS REPLACED AND LIFT STATION BEGAN PUMPING. HURRICANE IRMA, WHICH GENERATED WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES AND DAMAGE TO PHYSICAL PROPERTY, THOUGHT TO BE THE CAUSE. 09/13/2017 05:38 PM FL0026603 - Lift Station #19 12760 Indian Rocks Rd.; Largo FL; 33774 Pinellas Vivian Gleaves Environmental Manager vgleaves@largo.com (727) 518-3061 Wastewater Department Manager Vivian Gleaves (727) 518-3061 vgleaves@largo.com 27.896956 -82.833124 09/12/2017 10:45 AM No 09/12/2017 11:00 AM N Incident Location
City of Cape Canaveral 601 Thurm Blvd. Cape Canaveral, FL Approximately 180,764 gallons of partially treated Raw sludge was spilled at the City of Cape Canaveral Water Reclamation Facility due to a flooded intermediate pumping station. Initial Report: On September 10, 2017 at approximately 1330 ET the intermediate pumping station became overwhelmed with flow from the heavy rain bands coming off of Hurricane Irma. This caused the plant lift station #13 to backup overflowing into the plant parking area and the Plant Operation building 1st floor. The spill was contained to the plant site. When the rain ceased the parking area manholes were open and the spill was drain back into the plant. The building cleanout was opened to drain the building spill back through the plant. On September 11, 2017 1330 ET the intermediate pumping station resumed normal operations. 09/13/2017 05:36 PM City of Cape Canaveral Water Reclamation Facility 601 Thurm Blvd.; Cape Canaveral FL; 32920 Brevard June A. Clarl Water Reclamation Plant Supervisor J.Clark@cityofcapecanaveral.org (321) 868-1240 Operator of the Facility/Installation Ralph Lotspeich (321) 868-1240 R.Lotspeich@cityofcapecanaveral.org 28.392172 -80.617712 09/10/2017 01:30 PM No 09/11/2017 01:30 PM Incident Location
PCU DS168 9.11.17 Manholes overflowed associated to pump station 168 located at 6990 125th Street N. Started at 9/11/17 @ 10:00 and ceased at 9/12/17 at 06:14. Generators in place and/or rotated until power was restored - debris clean-up as needed. Waterway Affected: Intracoastal Waterway & retention pond.Samples met state surface water bacteriological criteria. Signs have been removed. SSO discharge volumes have been revised as a result of re-evaluation by SCB staff, based on data obtained from SCADA. Spill amount: 259,725 gallons. Cause of release: Hurricane Irma resulting in power failure at pump station. Please contact our office if there are any questions. (DEP Incident #440) tied to DEP Incident # 376 Pump Station 168 Power Outage - calls from 13030 Poinsettia Avenue 6719 121st Street North 6910 121st Street North 13310 72nd Terrace North 09/13/2017 05:31 PM South Cross Bayou AWRF (FL0040436) 7401 54th Avenue North, St Petersburg, FL 33709-1374; St Petersburg FL; 33709 Pinellas Sheri Lovely Technical Project Coordinator slovely@pinellascounty.org (727) 582-2379 Water Quality Division Employee Megan Ross (727) 582-7020 mross@pinellascounty.org 27.833929 -82.806153 09/11/2017 11:15 AM No 09/12/2017 06:15 AM N Incident Location
Private System Manhole Overflow - Eastwood Shores Condos THE PRIVATE MANHOLE AT BUILDING 500 OF EASTWOOD SHORES CONDOMINIUMS WAS OVERFLOWING INTO THE STORM WATER CHANNEL AND PROCEEDING TO BAY WATERS NEAR THE FISHING PIER. HURRICANE IRMA CAUSED POWER OUTAGES TO THE AREA AND THIS PRIVATE LIFT STATION LOST POWER. STAFF WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THIS CONTINUOUS OVERFLOW UNTIL POWER IS RESTORED TO THE LIFT STATION AND THE OVERFLOW CEASES. SAMPLES WILL BE TAKEN AND SIGNS POSTED. 09/13/2017 05:21 PM Eastwood Shores Condominium - Private System 1883 Lichen Lane; Largo FL; 33760 Pinellas Vivian Gleaves Environmental Manager vgleaves@largo.com (727) 518-3061 Wastewater Department Manager Vivian Gleaves (727) 518-3061 vgleaves@largo.com 27.927606 -82.716168 09/11/2017 02:20 PM Yes Incident Location
Manhole Overflow - Sun Point Place Apartments THE PRIVATE MANHOLE LOCATED BESIDE THE PRIVATE LIFT STATION WAS OVERFLOWING INTO THE LARGO NATURE PRESERVE. HURRICANE IRMA CAUSED POWER OUTAGE TO THE GENERAL AREA AND THE LIFT STATION LOST POWER. STAFF CALLED THE PROPERTY MANAGER, BUT WAS UNABLE TO REACH HER BY PHONE. AWAITING POWER RESTORATION TO THE AREA. MONITORING SITUATION UNTIL POWER IS RESTORED. SAMPLES WILL BE TAKEN AND SIGNS POSTED. 09/13/2017 05:12 PM Private Owner 701 East Bay Drive; Largo FL; 33770 Pinellas Vivian Gleaves Environmental Manager vgleaves@largo.com (727) 518-3061 Wastewater Department Manager Vivian Gleaves (727) 518-3061 vgleaves@largo.com 27.916008 -82.777185 09/11/2017 11:35 AM No 09/11/2017 09:30 PM Incident Location
EWRF 4; 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 III Automatic Backwash Filters to overflow into the plant┐s sanitary sewer system which became surcharged. This caused a nearby man hole to overflow in front of Clarifiers 7&8. At the time of the overflow, Clarifiers 7&8 were draining back to the lift station. Approximately 6,000 gallon of return activated sludge pushed out of the manhole onto the drive way where it was contained. Plant staff stopped draining the clarifiers and recovered the return activated sludge with the help of a vactor truck crew and washed down the area with 3,000 gallons of water. 09/13/2017 04:57 PM OCU East Water Reclamation Facility 1621 S. Alafaya Trail; Orlando FL; 32828 Orange Laura Woodbury Sr. Eng, 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 28.524294 -81.201978 09/11/2017 07:45 PM No 09/11/2017 08:45 PM Incident Location
Lift Station #3 Overflow Due to Hurricane Irma the City of Cocoa Beach still doesn't have power to many of our Lift Stations. We have crews going to each station and pumping them down with portable generators. Our crew was at Lift Station #14 pumping it down when other crew members noticed Lift Station #3 overflowing. (Lift Station #14 pumps into Lift Station #3). Lift Station #3 was receiving FPL power so crews headed to Lift Station #14. The crew was unaware that during transport to Lift Station #14, Lift Station #3 lost FPL power. The pumps at Lift Station #14 were on for 30 min and we estimate a flow of 1500 Gallons of sewage was spilled out of Lift Station #3 onto the road at 13 Street South. 09/13/2017 04:51 PM Lift Station #3 Corner of 13 Street South and South Orlando Avenue; Cocoa Beach FL; 32931 Brevard Brad Kalsow Operations Manager bkalsow@cityofcocoabeach.com (321) 868-3321 Operator of the Facility/Installation Brad Kalsow (321) 868-3321 bkalsow@cityofcocoabeach.com 28.294961 -80.609875 09/13/2017 01:35 PM No 09/13/2017 02:05 PM Incident Location
Manhole Overflow - 4054 Church Creek Pt. HURRICANE IRMA CAUSED CITY OF LARGO LIFT STATION 15 TO LOSE POWER. THE BACKUP GENERATOR DID NOT COME ON AS EXPECTED, RESULTING IN AN OVERFLOW OF AN UPSTREAM MANHOLE. STAFF REPLACED THE GENERATOR AND THE OVERFLOW STOPPED. STAFF ARE INVESTIGATING THE REASON THE BACKUP GENERATOR FAILED TO OPERATE AS PLANNED. SAMPLES WILL BE COLLECTED AND SIGNS WILL BE POSTED. 09/13/2017 04:50 PM FL0026603 - Lift Station #15 3476 Adrian Ave.; Largo FL; 33774 Pinellas Vivian Gleaves Environmental Manager vgleaves@largo.com (727) 518-3061 Wastewater Department Manager Vivian Gleaves (727) 518-3061 vgleaves@largo.com 27.898612 -82.828711 09/11/2017 12:10 PM No 09/11/2017 02:10 PM Incident Location
Manhole Overflow - 1942 Cove Drive HURRICANE IRMA CAUSED CITY OF LARGO LIFT STATION #15 TO LOSE POSER . THE BACKUP GENERATOR DID NOT COME ON AND THEREFORE A MANHOLE UPSTREAM OVERFLOWED. STAFF REPLACED THE GENERATOR AT LS 15 AND THE OVERFLOW CEASED. STAFF ARE ALSO INVESTIGATING WHY THE BACKUP GENERATOR FAILED TO COME ON AS EXPECTED. SAMPLES WILL BE COLLECTED AND SIGNS POSTED. 09/13/2017 04:41 PM FL0026603 - Lift Station #15 3476 Adrian Ave.; Largo FL; 33774 Pinellas Vivian Gleaves Environmental Manager vgleaves@largo.com (727) 518-3061 Wastewater Department Manager Vivian Gleaves (727) 518-3061 vgleaves@largo.com 27.899379 -82.827927 09/11/2017 12:05 PM No 09/11/2017 02:05 PM Incident Location