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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
Oakwood Blvd & N 26 Avenue A 6 inch diameter DIP force-main pipe developed a leak at appropriately 2:00 pm at the corner of the bridge near the C-10 canal. The flow trickled out until City of Hollywood Underground staff arrived at approximately 3:00-3:30 pm and took the connecting pump station off-line. Flows into the pump station were removed and re-routed using a Vactor truck. This will continue while the repair is being made. It is estimated that approximately a maximum of 400 gallons may have flowed into the canal. The City will conduct upstream and downstream sampling to insure that the canal has not been impacted once the repair is complete. 03/01/2019 20:17 EST City of Hollywood SRWWTF Collection system Oakwood Blvd & N 26 Avenue; Hollywood FL; 33020 Broward Kassandra Myers Water Quality Manager kmyers@hollywoodfl.org (954) 812-4426 Compliance & Water Quality Manager Kassandra Myers (954) 921-3414 kmyers@hollywoodfl.org 26.036406 -80.160614 03/01/2019 14:00 EST Yes Incident Location
Tank Spill An employee was cleaning around the Auxiliary wastewater holding tanks on the south end of the hangar, in the process of work he bumped against a valve that cinnects to the bottom of one of the tanks. the valve popped off and water proceeded to shoot out, it shot over the containment trench and some of it escaped out of our hangar door. The employees on standby proceeded to block the jet off water using barrels so it wouldnt escape containment. I was immediately notified and sprinted down the hangar to the tank and re-stuck the valve pipe back in the hole and shut off the flow. some of the waste water reached the grass but most was contained in a drainage ditch, that we then had HEPACO come and transfer the water back to our holding tanks, it started rainining at the beginning of the pumping. There was released approximately 2000 gallons of wastewater from the tank, between the efforts of the employees, HEPACO,and myself i would estimate less than a thousands reached the grass. Analytical samples were taken and sent immediately to PACE labs. 03/01/2019 16:45 EST International Aerospace Coatings 102 SE Academic Ave. Hangar 9; Lake City FL; 32025 Columbia Buck Spurger EHS Supervisor buck.spurger@iac.aero (903) 203-4352 EHS Supervisor Buck Spurger (903) 203-4352 buck.spurger@iac.aero 30.174097 -82.57384 03/01/2019 10:30 EST No 03/01/2019 15:55 EST N Incident Location
SSO_501 N Victoria Park Rd_Q442858 A leak in a 16 inch force main was isolated at 501 N Victoria Park Rd. Only exfiltration (French Drains) were impacted. Cleanup and repairs are ongoing. 03/01/2019 16:30 EST George T. Lohmeyer Regional WWTF  FL; 33316 Broward Lawrence Teich Environmetnal Compliance Supervisor lteich@fortlauderdale.gov (954) 828-7844 Environmetnal Compliance Supervisor Lawrence Teich (954) 828-7844 lteich@fortlauderdale.gov 26.128526 -80.123751 03/01/2019 11:30 EST No 03/01/2019 15:30 EST Incident Location
Whitehall PB Lks Condominium Date: 2/28/2019 Time: 6:45PM Location: 2711 VILLAGE BLVD Brief Description of Incident: GREASE BLOCKAGE Size of Sewer Main:8 INCH Number of Gallons:250 GALLONS Department of Health Notified: YES Name and/or Incident #: WHITNEY PERMUY State Warning Point Notified: YES Name and/or Incident #: 2019-1201 Clean Up Action Taken: VAC TRUCK USED / STORMWATER WILL DISINFECT WITH LIME Responding Utilities Division: WASTEWATER / STORMWATER Name of Crew Leader: DALE RAGER Important Notes: BLOCKED IN 8 INCH MAIN. 2 STORM DRAINS AND COMMUNITY LAKE WAS ALSO AFFECTED. I.P.P WAS NOTIFIED. 03/01/2019 14:36 EST City of West Palm Beach 1045 Charolette Ave.; WEST PALM BEACH FL; 33401 Palm Beach Dale Rager Utility Maintenance Supervisor DRAGER@WPB.ORG (561) 822-2170 Operator Of the Facility Dale Rager (561) 822-2271 drager@wpb.org 26.739049 -80.092042 02/28/2019 15:35 EST No 02/28/2019 18:00 EST Incident Location
463775 SR 200 While FDOT contractor was digging to place a storm water pipe, contractor hit 16 inch force main causing sewer to release 180,000 gallons of sewer. No discharge to waters of the state. 03/01/2019 12:36 EST 463775 SR 200 463775 SR 200; Yulee FL; 32097 Nassau Jacob Bianchi Manager Environmental Incident Response bianjj@jea.com (904) 665-6762 Jacob Bianchi; JEA Environmental Jacob Bianchi (904) 665-6762 bianjj@jea.com 30.626992 -81.549656 02/28/2019 12:30 EST No 02/28/2019 17:00 EST Incident Location
2221 Buckman St A forklift was moving a muriatic acid tote on JEA's Buckman Wastewater Treatment Plant when the tote fell off, landed on the ground and split open releasing roughly 50 gallons of acid onto the asphalt. The tote was laying on its side after the incident with a slow drip coming from the opening on top. JFRD Hazmat crew was called out and placed dirt around the storm drains onsite to prevent any acid entering. The storm drains located on the plant are internal, all drains lead back to the plant. COJ Environmental Quality and DEP were onsite. Moran Environmental was called to remediate the situation. Soda Ash was used to neutralize the acid and a vacuum truck was used to remove all contaminates. 03/01/2019 12:35 EST 2221 Buckman St 2221 Buckman St; Jacksonville FL; 32206 Duval Victoria Otto Environmental Scientist ottovl@jea.com (904) 465-7890 Incident Responder Victoria Otto (904) 465-7890 ottovl@jea.com 30.351568 -81.630469 03/01/2019 08:40 EST No 03/01/2019 12:00 EST Incident Location
Spill 85 gallons of Aerobic Digestion sludge overflowed out of a sample pit on the ground 03/01/2019 10:06 EST Fort Myers Beach WWTP 17155 Pine Ridge Road ; Directions: turn south on pine ridge road from Summerlin Road facility on the left ; Fort Myers Beach  FL; 33931 Lee Kris Fzui operator kfuzi@leegov.com (239) 466-9039 Operator Of the Facility Kris Fuzi (239) 822-6556 kfuzi@comcast.net 26.492062 -81.934076 03/01/2019 03:10 EST No 03/01/2019 03:15 EST Incident Location
Wastewater overflow at Lemon St and Lincoln Ave On February 28, 2019, the City of Tampa Wastewater Department became aware of a wastewater overflow near the intersection of Lincoln Ave. and Lemon St. that occurred while a contractor was attempting to remove debris from a wastewater pipeline in order to rehabilitate the pipe. During the removal, a hole in a pipe that crosses through a box culvert developed and wastewater discharged into the box culvert. The overflow started at approximately 2:30pm and stopped at approximately 6:00pm. The volume of the overflow was estimated at approximately 4,800 gallons. 03/01/2019 09:44 EST City Of Tampa Wastewater Department 2545 Guy Verger Blvd; Tampa FL; 33605 Hillsborough Charlie Lynch Chief Engineer City of Tampa Wastewater Department charlie.lynch@tampagov.net (813) 274-8916 Chief Engineer City of Tampa Wastewater Department Eric Weiss (813) 274-8070 Eric.weiss@tampagov.net 27.950958 -82.497394 02/28/2019 14:30 EST No 02/28/2019 18:00 EST Incident Location
Hwy 71 North Spill didn't release to surface water and approximately 900 gallons released at this time. 03/01/2019 09:31 EST City of Blountstown 16140 SE Johnson Street; Blountstown FL; 32424 Calhoun James Castle Water and Wastewater Supv jcastlewwtf@gmail.com (850) 674-5488 Operator Of the Facility Jim Castle (850) 674-5488 jcastlewwtf@gmail.com 30.551 -85.127 02/28/2019 15:45 EST Yes Incident Location
SR 54 and River Glen Blvd. 2/28/2019 Andrew Hooks received call from contractor D.A.B that they hit the 12'' Force main at 12:00 PM. Andrew Hooks called out crew to meet at spill site, Andrew hooks was the first responder on site at 12:45 PM, sewer was contained on site none entered any water basins near by or storm. Crew isolated the break at 1:00 Pm at which point the spill was stopped. Vactor arrived on site and begin retrieving liquids and retrieved approximately 1900 gallons. Contractors fixed the Force main break which was a 1'' corp that broke off the saddle, Contractor installed a 1'' plug. Crew spread 2- 50 pound bags of lime and confirmed the break was fixed and no more leaks, Washed lime in with 500 gallons of clean water. 03/01/2019 08:03 EST Southeast Wastewater Treatment Facility 6039 Handcart Road; Directions: PERMIT # FLA012737; Zephyrhills FL; 33544 Pasco James Hircock Environmental Compliance Specialist jhircock@pascocountyfl.net (813) 235-6189 Environmental Compliance Specialist James Hircock (727) 247-0391 jhircock@pascocountyfl.net 28.223354 -82.27892 02/28/2019 12:00 EST No 02/28/2019 13:00 EST Incident Location