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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
Lehigh Acres Wastewater System Abnormal Event - 11/29/2018 On 11/29/2018 around 9:45 A.M. a 12" reuse line break was discovered by our U.S. Water personnel along the Able Canal near 505 Williams Avenue and 5th Street East in Lehigh Acres. The line was isolated and repaired. 11/29/2018 21:02 EST Lehigh Acres Wastewater System 505 Williams Avenue and 5th Street East ; Lehigh Acres FL; 33972 Lee Lina Quintero Regional Manager (727) 858-2396 Operator Of the Facility Lina Quintero (727) 858-2396 26.616 -81.646 11/29/2018 09:45 EST No 11/29/2018 11:00 EST Incident Location
10577 Gailwood Cir N Blockage in gravity system caused manhole to overflow. An estimated 200 gallons of sewer was released into a stormwater ditch. 11/29/2018 16:41 EST 10577 Gailwood Cir N ; Jacksonville FL; 32218 Duval Jason Hermening Environmental Scientist Senior (904) 376-5164 JEA Environmental Jason Hermening (904) 376-5164 30.42839 -81.668449 11/29/2018 14:00 EST No 11/29/2018 15:00 EST Incident Location
1850 12th Street A high level alarm alerted operators to an issue at the inlet structure. An operator immediately headed to the inlet structure where influent was flowing slowly over the side of the tank. Due to construction, one channel of the inlet structure was blocked off and cut open. The bypass channel bar screen had become clogged and the influent flowed into the open channel and onto the ground. It pooled only in a pit dug during the ongoing construction. A vactor truck was used to clean up the influent and the area was disinfected with lime. 11/29/2018 16:34 EST City of Sarasota AWWTP 1750 12th Street; Sarasota FL; 34236 Sarasota Verne Hall Utilities General Manager (941) 661-1347 Owner Of the Facility Verne Hall (941) 661-1347 27.347425 -82.533265 11/29/2018 15:35 EST No 11/29/2018 15:40 EST Incident Location
5107 SR 674 Wimauma On 11/28/18 at 4:30PM, We received a phone call from Base one that Teco contractor putting in poles had drilled through the 12¿ Force main on 5107 SR 674 in Wimauma, Florida At 4:45PM, technicians where dispatched to shut down the force main along with pump station¿s assistance. Upon arrival, technicians found the ditch to be filled with about 2500 gallons of sewage but all contained. Technicians started shutting down the 12¿ force main at 6PM while the stations where maintain by 3 Envirowaste vac trucks & the help from the pump station guys. Regulatory Agency notification was made at to the DEP via voice mail at 6:14PM and the EPC at 6:09PM and the State Warning point was contacted at 6:20PM and spoke to operator (Chris) and incident # 2018-7317. There is no immediate impact to residences or businesses as of 9:13PM. 11/29/2018 08:29 EST South County Regional AWWTF: FL0028061  FL Hillsborough Jon Johanson Project Manager II (813) 209-3088 Project Manager II RICH CUMMINGS (813) 209-3003 CUMMINGSR@HILLSBOROUGHCOUNTY.ORG 27.705613 -82.236492 11/28/2018 16:30 EST No 11/28/2018 18:00 EST Incident Location
TWA South Bermuda WRF Basin #1 On November 28, 2018, starting at approximately 4:00 PM, and ending at approximately 5:00 PM, a partially treated wastewater spill occurred at the South Bermuda WRF treatment basin #1. The seal around a 36¿ process pipe at the bottom of the basin failed and began to leak, resulting in an estimated 15,708 gallons of partially treated wastewater, of which approximately 10,000 gallons were recovered. Basin #1 is currently offline, the last cell of the basin had contained approximately 15,708 gallons of partially treated wastewater. As soon as the spill occurred, the chief operator went to the site and verified the leak had stopped and that there was no other potential for further spill. The chief operator then requested two vacuum trucks to recover as much of the spill as possible, and operators then spread lime on the affected area. The State Watch Office was notified and produced incident ID# 2018-7316. 11/29/2018 08:14 EST TWA South Bermuda WRF  FL Osceola Adrian Brene Environmental Compliance Coordinator (407) 944-5016 Environmental Compliance Coordinator Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 28.277052 -81.425748 11/28/2018 16:00 EST No 11/28/2018 17:00 EST Incident Location
14059 Emerald Coast Parkway Overflow DWU was notified about 2:45pm that Florida Septic was called to assist with a sewer issue at Bubba Gump restaurant located at 14059 Emerald Coast Parkway. They in turn contacted DWU to help locate the connection valve of their lift station to our forcemain. Upon arrival, DWU staff noticed that sewer escaped their lift station and forcemain. Florida Septic made repairs to their private lift station discharge piping and got it back in operation before 6pm. Florida Septic also performed the cleanup and limed the area for Bubba Gump. No wastewater entered any stormwater systems or water bodies. The volume estimate is 3,000 gallons that was released. 11/28/2018 18:35 EST Bubba Gump Restaurant 14059 Emerald Coast Parkway; Directions: NW Corner of Hwy 98 and Indian Bayou Trail; Destin FL; 32541 Okaloosa Monica Autrey Operations Manager (850) 699-3665 Operator Of the Facility Lockwood Wernet (850) 200-2028 30.387604 -86.45719 11/24/2018 02:45 EST No 11/24/2018 18:00 EST Incident Location
Hydraulic Hose Release On November 28 at approximately 10:238 AM Mosaic discovered that a hose failed on a dredge swing-arm. We currently estimate that approximately 60 gallons of hydraulic fluid were released to the dredge pond. The pond is part of the facilities waste management system. After discovery, the dredge was taken out of service and the hydraulic hose was repaired. A contractor was mobilized to the site to recover spilled hydraulic fluid. That work is underway. 11/28/2018 17:27 EST Mosaic - Wingate Creek Mine 1295 Duette Road; Duette  FL; 34219 Manatee John Allen Sr. Environmental Specialist (863) 860-1557 Facility Environmental Specialist Jackie Barron (941) 356-0045 27.498 -82.1 11/28/2018 10:30 EST No 11/28/2018 10:30 EST Incident Location
Tiger Point and Ceylon Lift Station overflow On November 28 2018 at approximately 6:00 PM staff was advised by after hours dispatch of a sewer spill on Ceylon Drive. Upon arrival staff started working to determine why the Waste Water Lift Station was not pumping. It was determined a valve had accidently been turned off earlier in the day. Once the valve was opened the spill stopped and crews cleaned up the spill utilizing a vacuum truck and placed lime on the area of the spill. 11/28/2018 16:56 EST Tiger Point and Ceylon Waste Water Lift Station Tiger Point Blvd; Ceylon Drive; Directions: At this intersection; Gulf Breeze FL; 32563 Santa Rosa Thomas Hall Water and Sewer Supervisor (850) 565-0186 Operator Of the Facility Thomas Hall (850) 565-0186 30.383464 -87.063185 11/27/2018 18:00 EST No 11/27/2018 23:00 EST Incident Location
TWA South Bermuda Liftstation On November 28, 2018, starting at approximately 12:45 PM, and ending at approximately 1:10 PM, a partially treated wastewater spill occurred at the South Bermuda WRF in-plant liftstation. A contractor was digging near the liftstation and one of the transformers inside the liftstation panel began to smoke. The failed transformer would no longer allow the liftstation pumps to operate, resulting in an estimated 10,000 gallons of partially treated wastewater. Once the transformer was replaced, the lifstation pumps would not operate in the automatic position, but do operate in the manual position. As soon as the spill was discovered, the contractor immediately began to work on the failed transformer. TWA operators onsite immediately retrieved the portable bypass pump and hoses. The liftstation was pumped into the reject pond to prevent any further spill and lime was applied to the affected area. If you have any questions or require more information, please contact me at 407-944-5016. 11/28/2018 16:06 EST TWA South Bermuda WRF  FL Osceola Adrian Brene Environmental Compliance Coordinator (407) 944-5016 Environmental Compliance Coordinator Adrian Brene (407) 944-5016 28.276053 -81.425736 11/28/2018 12:45 EST No 11/28/2018 13:10 EST Incident Location
Sanitary Sewer Overflow On Tuesday, November 27, 2018 we responded to a possible sewer leak. When ECUA crews arrived they discovered that a car had hit an Air Release Valve. The crew turned off the air release valve until repairs were made. The estimated spillage was 3,500 in which 3,300 was recovered by vacuum trucks. The repairs were made and the area was cleaned up. 11/28/2018 12:50 EST Air Release Valve 691 Broad St.; Pensacola FL; 32534 Escambia Robert Gordon Communications Coordinator II (850) 969-6500 Operator Of the Facility Doug Gibson (850) 969-6513 30.511402 -87.272665 11/27/2018 12:30 EST No 11/27/2018 13:00 EST Incident Location