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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
Sewer Spill We are a subcontractor on a City of Clermont infrastructure project. Transfer pumping is being performed to by-pass a construction area which is upgrading the gravity sewer system. We installed two pumps. Each pump system is rated to handle peek flow rates provided by the City of Clermont. The system is rented from Thompson Pump. There is a primary and a secondary (backup) pump. The system has an auto-dialer that sends notification to a variety of individuals including Thompson Pump, the GC (Oelrich Const Co), The City of Clermont Engineering Dept, and us. We fueled and checked on the pump system at approximately 8pm Saturday (4/22). At that time the system appeared to be functioning correctly. Upon arriving at the project Monday morning (4/23) sewer was overflowing out of the pump manhole. Due to auto dialer failure no notifications were sent when the backup pump kicked on. We do not have an exact time of when sewer began to overflow. Incident start time is the time we first saw the overflow Monday morning. The incident was immediately reported to Thompson Pump and the City. Thompson dispatched a repair mechanic and got both pumps operational within a few hours.The City dispatched a pump truck and contained the spill at approximately 8:30am. At 4:30pm we received information from the GC to report the spill to the State Watch Office. We reported the incident to the State Watch Office at 4:35pm. The entire spill is contained in a recently constructed retention pond that has no connection to state waters or any storm system not entirely contained on the project site. At the time of the spill we estimate the retention pond contained 1.5 ┐ 2 million gallons of storm water. According to the City┐s lift station reports they estimate the spill at nearly 150,000 gallons. On Monday (4/23) we contracted for an independent lab to pull 4 samples of the retention pond water and paid for expedited results. The lab is testing for 6 indicators. We expect results on Wednesday (4/25). Once results are in hand we will develop a plan to address what is needed to achieve tolerable levels. I spoke to Nicholas Paseiro today (4/24) and will stay in contact with him with updates on our progress and findings. 04/24/2018 17:33 EDT City of Clermont Waste Water Collection System 904 W Minneola Ave; Directions: Off Hwy 50 turn North on 8th Street, continue N approximately 4 blocks, turn W onto W Minneola Ave and enter project site. Origin of spill is the manhole next to the construction office.; Clermont FL Lake ROBERT RINKER PM (352) 661-0583 Contractor ROBERT RINKER (352) 661-0583 28.556363 -81.771342 04/23/2018 07:10 EDT No 04/23/2018 08:30 EDT Incident Location
SSO_1625 SE 3rd Ave_Q322240 Gravity blockage at 1625 SE 3rd Ave.. Manhole overflow on hospital property. On-site storm drain impacted. 04/24/2018 16:51 EDT Broward Health Medical Center 1625 SE 3 Ave.; Fort Lauderdale FL; 33316 Broward Larry Teich Environmental Resources Supervisor (954) 828-7844 Environmental Resources Supervisor Larry Teich (954) 828-7844 26.101418 -80.13996 04/24/2018 13:50 EDT No 04/24/2018 14:55 EDT Incident Location
North Apopka Vineland Road Force Main, 4/23/18 A third party unidirectional drilling contractor working in the vicinity of North Apopka Vineland Road drilled into and damaged a Orange County Utilities ten inch pvc force main. The damage allowed untreated wastewater to discharge along the east right-of-way of North Apopka Vineland Road. The affected areas include adjacent paved road surface, unpaved land, storm water system and nearby dry retention pond. Field Services staff isolated the force main, performed repairs and return the system to normal operation. The affected areas have also been washed down and temporally patched however restoration work orders have been created for future pavement restoration. Additionally recovery of the discharged untreated wastewater is ongoing and at the time of this notice distribution a total of approximately 40,000 gallons has been recovered from the storm water pond and damage location. A portion of the discharged volume was absorbed into the soil and could not be recovered. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: 70,000 Gallons Released, 40,000 Gallons Recovered, 30,000 Gallons not Recovered and 0 Gallons Discharged to Surface Water. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. 04/24/2018 15:20 EDT OCU Wastewater Force Main System North Apopka Vineland Road; Directions: East Right-of-way of North Apopka Vineland Road just south of Clarcona Ocoee Road.; Orlando FL; 32818 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer II (407) 836-6839 Engineer II Troy Layton (407) 254-9977 28.611799 -81.498097 04/23/2018 16:05 EDT No 04/23/2018 17:45 EDT Incident Location
Okaloosa Rest Area West Bound : DBI Services report a 1,000 gallon wastewater release near Mile Marker 60 on I-10 WB in Okaloosa County. The release was contained and did not affect any storm drains or waterways. Clean up actions are in progress. 04/24/2018 08:19 EDT Okaloosa co. Rest area WWTP I-10 West bound MM60; Directions: I-10 rest area west bound mm60; Crestview FL; 32536 Okaloosa Alicia Jernigan Operator (850) 288-0235 Operator Of the Facility Randall Jernigan (850) 206-0433 30.727219 -86.563248 04/20/2018 10:00 EDT No 04/21/2018 10:00 EDT Incident Location
Manitee Cove Marina - C5 Spill Spill notification received by PAFB on 22 Apr 18 at 550 pm. Upon viewing the incident, it was determined a sheen was present 70' x 300'. Area was boomed off until the next morning. 04/23/2018 11:38 EDT Manatee Cove Marina 845 Marina Road; Bldg. 1493; Directions: Boat located at dock C5.; Patrick AFB FL; 32925 Brevard Cindy Nolan Spill Coordinator (321) 494-9387 Patrick AFB Environmental Office Cindy Nolan (321) 494-9387 28.21716 -80.618459 04/22/2018 17:50 EDT Yes Incident Location
12190 Pulaski Road ARV failed and released sewer onto road and into stormwater drain. Stormwater drain leads to retention pond near 12450 Pulaski Rd. Washed down area and recovered wash water. Recovering water from retention pond. 04/22/2018 15:29 EDT 12190 Pulaski Road 12190 Pulaski Road; Jacksonville FL; 32218 Duval Jason Hermening Environmental Scientist Senior (904) 376-5164 Environmental Jason Hermening (904) 376-5164 30.457268 -81.613212 04/22/2018 00:35 EDT No 04/22/2018 02:30 EDT Incident Location
Wastewater spill Light House Point 4/20/2018 Wastewater spill caused by a main line gravity blockage. Approximately 1,000 gallons of wastewater was discharged, approximately 850 gallons was recovered utilizing the vactor truck. No waterways were impacted. The blocked line was cleaned with the vacuum truck and the area was disinfected with HTH. 04/20/2018 21:19 EDT Northwest Regional Wastewater Plant 5040 NE 22 AVE.; Directions: Latitude: 26.293769 Longitude: -80.093346; Lighthouse Point FL; 33064 Broward Mike Kelly Utilities Superintendent (954) 831-0821 First Responder Mike Kelly (954) 831-0821 26.294417 -80.091502 04/20/2018 14:45 EDT No 04/20/2018 16:30 EDT Incident Location
Used Oil Spill Approximately 10 gallons of oil was discovered in the water near the boat ramp of a reclaimed lake. The source of the oil is undetermined. 04/20/2018 18:19 EDT Mosaic Fertilizer 13830 Circa Crossing Drive; Directions: On old Hwy 37 just south of State Road 640; Lithia FL; 33547 Polk Scott Lehr Environmental Manager (863) 428-3927 Authorized Company Representative Callie Neslund (863) 797-5618 27.839526 -81.972842 04/20/2018 15:00 EDT No 04/20/2018 15:00 EDT Incident Location
Q#320546 SSO NW 17 Ave & 6 Street A blockage of a 8" vitrified clay pump gravity line by grease cause a sanitary sewer overflow from a manhole. Approximately 90 gallons of sanitary sewage overflowed into the street and grass swale area. A stormdrain was impacted by the spill that outfalls into the North Fork New River. Approximately 40 gallons of the spill was recovered with the use of a vactor truck. The blockage was cleared and the affected area was cleaned and sanitized. 04/20/2018 16:25 EDT NW 17th Avenue & 6th Street  FL; 33309 Broward Troy Balint Environmental Program Coordinator (954) 828-7845 Environmental Program Coordinator TROY BALINT (954) 828-7845 26.129303 -80.165202 04/19/2018 18:55 EDT No 04/19/2018 20:45 EDT Incident Location
Spanish Main WWTP Solids Loss Event Upon arrival to perform visit, the operator found solids loss occurring to CCC and South effluent disposal pond. Upon further review it is believed that the solids loss was caused by increased hydraulics through the facility due to flows causing both surge tank pumps to engage simultaneously. The operator was able to make some adjustments to reduce internal hydraulics, and waste to lower clarifier sludge blanket. It is estimated that <2000 gallons was discharged to the CCC and effluent disposal pond. The operator is working to remove any accumulated solids from CCC. No solids loss was occurring upon departure. 04/18/2018 13:36 EDT Spanish Main RV Resort 12110 Spanish Main Resort Trail; Thonotosassa FL; 33592 Hillsborough Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 28.06489 -82.303525 04/18/2018 10:00 EDT No 04/18/2018 10:30 EDT Incident Location