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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
1300 SW 128 Drive SSO Wastewater discharged onto the ground due to system surcharging. 08/03/2020 12:13 EDT Lift station 312 1300 SW 128th Drive, Davie, Florida; Davie FL Broward Rigaud Joachim Field Supervisor (954) 888-6044 Operator Of the Facility Frank Verardi (954) 888-6092 26.103108 -80.320293 05/27/2020 10:00 EDT No 05/27/2020 10:15 EDT Incident Location
1700 Block of 74th Cir NE A service saddle clamp was corroded and disconnected from the 4 reclaimed water main causing the discharge of approximately 1,500 gallons of irrigation quality reclaimed water. The water flowed to the storm drain and to the retention pond in the center of the Harbor Isle neighborhood. A City crew isolated the reclaimed water main and replaced the service saddle clamp with a newer corrosion-resistant material clamp. The City will continue to replace service saddle clamps in critical areas. 08/02/2020 16:08 EDT St. Petersburg Master Reuse System 1700 Block of 74th Cir NE; St. Petersburg FL; 33702 Pinellas John Palenchar Director, Water Resources (727) 892-5698 Operator Of the Facility Mark DiNobile (727) 892-5841 27.839847 -82.612127 08/02/2020 07:40 EDT No 08/02/2020 08:45 EDT Incident Location
SR44 and US 301 Contractor Equix working for TECO Gas hit a 16" FM belonging to the City of Wildwood. This took place on 7/31/2020 @ 14:15, we were able to shut down the system by 15:15. Location was SR44 over path next to the Railroad. Our initial spill was 35,000 gallons to a dry swamp area next to the road way. The repair took until 8/1/2020 18:30 to complete. When we cut the pipe the force main drained into the hole, extending our total spill to 45,000 gallons. TECO Gas also called in the sewer spill and their Case # 20204034, this is the same spill. Equix phone number 1-850-879-7690 Magnolia River was the Project Manager 1-256-612-8902 GPS for spill 28.847042 -28.049923 08/01/2020 19:01 EDT Wildwood WRF FLA013497 1290 Industrial Dr; Wildwood FL; 34785 Sumter Wayne Paul Bouchard Wastewater Division Manager (352) 303-4680 Operator Of the Facility Wayne Paul Bouchard (352) 303-4680 28.811729 -82.220215 07/31/2020 14:15 EDT No 08/01/2020 18:30 EDT Incident Location
SANITARY SEWER DISCHARGE On 7/31/2020 @ 11:14pm there was a pipe failure to Lift station #266 causing preliminary discharge amount of approximately 3,000 gallons of sewage. Contained into 2 French drains which were cleaned by vacuum trucks and tanker trucks. Area has been restored to normal. PERMIT # FL0041424 08/01/2020 16:49 EDT Lift station #266 4119 Lucerne Lakes Blvd N.; Directions: South of Lake Worth Rd., east side of Lucerne Lakes Blvd N., Station #266 south of Club House; lake Worth FL; 33467 Palm Beach Alicia Jean-Francois Communicator (561) 740-4600 Operator Of the Facility Marla Smith (561) 740-4600 26.615689 -80.161876 07/31/2020 11:25 EDT No 07/31/2020 13:05 EDT Incident Location
spill out of a manhole on SE Heritage Dr in southern Martin At 20:15 on July 31, 2020 a blockage in an 8-inch sanitary sewer gravity line (pipe) on 18276 SE Heritage Drive, Jupiter, FL caused 200-gallons of sewage to overflow from a manhole. Spilled sewage did not enter any storm drains nor did it impact surface waters. The gravity line was blocked by sand that had infiltrated the system through two broken cleanouts. The gravity line and manhole were cleaned and returned to service, and the area impacted by raw sewage was disinfected with lime. The broken cleanouts, the root cause of the spill, will be repaired today (8/1/2020). 08/01/2020 12:40 EDT Loxahatchee River District 2500 Jupiter Park Dr; Jupiter FL; 33458 Martin Adrian Sanchez field foreman (561) 401-4093 field foreman Albrey Arrington (561) 401-4002 26.978688 -80.117124 07/31/2020 08:15 EDT No 08/01/2020 00:00 EDT Incident Location
Force main damaged by contractor SR A1A and Parkway St At 12:30 PM on July 31, 2020 a directional bore contractor drilled through a 8-inch sanitary sewer gravity main and a damaged a 6-inch sanitary sewer force main on Parkway Street approximately 120-feet east of A1A, Jupiter, FL causing the release of 300-gallons of sewage. Spilled sewage entered two storm drains, which did not discharge to surface waters. Storm drains were evacuated until dry using a vacuum truck. The broken force main and gravity main were repaired and returned to service the same day. The affected area was disinfected with lime. 08/01/2020 11:23 EDT Loxahatchee River District 2500 Jupiter Park Dr; Jupiter FL FL; 33458 Palm Beach Adrian Sanchez field foreman (561) 401-4093 field foreman Albrey Arrington (561) 401-4002 26.941411 -80.078927 07/31/2020 12:30 EDT No 07/31/2020 13:00 EDT Incident Location
LRECD FL0034649 Plant Deep bed sample pumps SSO 7-30-2020 An unplanned release of non-chlorinated filter effluent occurred when the 2-inch threaded couplings at the sample pump discharge connections failed resulting in drip leaks at both pumps (Total of 2). A third drip leak was identified on the same piping system at a 1-inch union ball valve. The leaks resulted in a total of approximately 10-gallons being released on the ground. No bodies of water or storm drains were affected. The area was disinfected with lime. 07/31/2020 10:10 EDT Loxahatchee River Environmental Control District 2500 Jupiter Park Drive; Jupiter FL; 33458 Palm Beach Brandon Collins (561) 262-9599 Operator Of the Facility Jason Pugsley P.E. (561) 401-4054 26.924 -80.141 07/30/2020 14:20 EDT No 07/30/2020 14:30 EDT N Incident Location
Burger King Lift-Station The incident occurred at 7:00 am on 7/31/2020 due to lift-station failure, which 400 gallons of sewage was spilled onto the ground. The area was cleaned and lime was applied. 07/31/2020 08:35 EDT Burger King Lift-Station 6450 Nature Coast Blvd.; RIDGE MANOR FL; 34602 Hernando James Minnie Asset Info. Specialist (352) 754-4490 Asset Info. Specialist Larry Cooper (352) 754-4490 28.521 -82.239 07/31/2020 07:00 EDT No 07/31/2020 08:00 EDT Y Hernando, Incident Location
City of Panama City 1. SWO Incident Number: 2020-3994 2. Date/Time Reported: 7/30/20 @ 1:30pm 3. Description: Broken discharge line in the dry side of lift station 4. Incident Date/Time: 7/29/20 @ 4:00am 5. Incident Location: 1401 Foster Avenue 6. County: Bay (03) 7. District: Northwest District 8. Caller Name: Angie Stokes 9. Affiliation: City of Panama City 10. Permitted Utility?: Yes 11. Permitted Utility Name: St Andrews WWTF 12. Permitted Utility ID: 0020451 13. Non Permitted Satellite Collection Systems: 14. Facility Type: Domestic Wastewater 15. Wastewater Characteristics: Untreated 16. Cause: Lift station mechanical/electrical 17. Initial Spill Volume: 6,820 18. Volume Recovered: 0 19. Final Spill Volume: 6,820 20. Water Body Affected: Lake Ware 21. Clean-up Actions: Repaired equipment and applied lime 22. Clean-up Actions Status: Completed 07/30/2020 15:01 EDT City of Panama City 1401 Foster Avenue; Panama City FL; 32405 Bay Angie Stokes Administrative Specialist (850) 872-3164 Reporting agent for Public Works office Neil Howard (850) 774-3990 30.17382 -85.696617 07/29/2020 04:00 EDT No 07/29/2020 05:50 EDT Incident Location
Northside WRF Treated Tank Overflow On 7/30/2020 at approximately 0200 hours, treated effluent from the Northside municipal wastewater treatment facility began overflowing the ground storage tanks. The treated effluent was being pumped from the tanks, however the pumps could not keep up with the pace of the incoming flow. Between 0200 hours and 0900 hours, approximately 285,000 gallons of treated effluent overflowed the tanks. The overflow occurred due to high flows at the wastewater treatment plant caused by heavy rainfall in the area. The tank overflow was contained on site. 07/30/2020 11:44 EDT Northside WRF 3600 E Lake Parker Dr; Lakeland FL; 33805 Polk Kirk Boulerice Manager of Wastewater Treatment (352) 453-9325 Operator Of the Facility Kirk Boulerice (352) 453-9325 28.089917 -81.922258 07/30/2020 02:00 EDT No 07/30/2020 09:00 EDT Incident Location