|Sanitary Manhole Overflow
||3/20/19-A sanitary manhole overflowed at 1009 Persian St caused by a blockage of grease and baby wipes in the gravity sewer main. Approximately 700 gallons spilled and was self contained in easement. Spill was cleaned up using vac-con and lime was spread over the affected area. Blockage was cleared using an Aqua-Tech. This incident started 3/20/19 at 1400 and ended at 1730. DEP was notified of this incident on 3/20/19 at 2000.
||03/21/2019 09:18 EDT
||Sanitary Manhole Deltona Lake WRF FLA 111724
||1009 Persian St ; Deltona FL; 32725
||Utility Systems Manager
||Utilities Systems Manager
||03/20/2019 14:00 EDT
||03/20/2019 17:30 EDT
|Newtown LS 028-0325 032019
||Both pumps lost prime and station went into high wet well. Someone in the neighborhood silenced the alarm and didn┐t call until it came out of a manhole on the corner Joe Louis Dr and Mccloud Cir. This caused a discharge of approximately 100 gallons onto the surrounding ground. The pumps were re-primed and the area was cleaned and limed.
||03/21/2019 09:00 EDT
||Bee Ridge WRF Service Area
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/20/2019 13:45 EDT
||03/20/2019 14:00 EDT
|DWU WWTP Wastewater Spill
||We were notified about 11:30am yesterday that a fitting on a temporary wastewater transfer hose was run over by construction activities at our WWTP. It was determined that about 1700 gallons escaped hose before we were notified. It was shut off a few minutes later. DWU was able to contain the wastewater on site and the area was limed as part of the clean-up efforts. No wastewater entered any stormwater, wetlands or water bodies.
||03/21/2019 08:35 EDT
||Destin Water Users, Inc.
||14 Industrial Park Lane; Directions: End of Industrial Park Lane, off Airport Road; Destin FL; 32541
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/20/2019 10:40 EDT
||03/20/2019 11:35 EDT
||At 2:45pm 3/20/19, City received notice of water filling the roadside swales in vicinity of Vista Palm Dr and 22nd Street intersection, adjacent to a construction site which was recently graded. Crew responded and determined the source was a 3" public access reclaimed water line. Crew informed WWTP who shut down the high service pumps serving the reclaimed system by 3:15pm. Crew excavated hole using vac truck and determined the cause was a broken in-line valve, which was replaced with straight pipe. Repair complete by 4:00pm. Estimated volume 15,000 gallons. Reclaimed water filled the roadside swales which, when full, discharge into a local drainage canal which flows to the Turnbull Hammock.
||03/21/2019 08:33 EDT
||City of Edgewater WWTP
||500 W Ocean Ave (WWTP Location); 2218 Vista Palm Dr (Incident Address); Directions: SW corner intersection Vista Palm Dr & 22nd Street; Edgewater FL; 32141
||Deputy Director of Environmental Services
||Owner Of the Facility
||03/20/2019 14:45 EDT
||03/20/2019 16:00 EDT
|Hydraulic hose burst in trash compactotr
||┐ The name and address of the installation where the reportable pollution release occurred: Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation, 2787 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32703
┐ The name and title of the reporting person and the nature of his or her relationship to the installation: Trilby Stevens, Site Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager
┐ The identification numbers for any active department permits, variances, registrations, or orders that are relevant to the reportable pollution release: MSGP # FLR05G05G627-003
┐ The name and telephone number of a contact person for further information: Trilby Stevens ┐ phone 321-354-3246; cell 407-718-2372
┐ The substance released: Hydraulic Oil
┐ The estimated quantity of the substance released and, if applicable, the estimated quantity that has since been recovered: A maximum of 10-gallons of hydraulic oil was released into the compactor trash box and ultimately leaked out on to the concrete pavement around the compactor. Approx. 2 gallons (that leaked from the compactor trash box) have been absorbed with absorbent material and there is some portion of the hydraulic oil that is still contained in in the compactor trash box (and will be removed from the compactor before compactor is moved for repair).
┐ The cause and source of the release: Hydraulic hose to ram in trash compactor burst
┐ The location of the release: Concrete compound area outside the building (located near the Shipping & Receiving Dock
┐ The date, time, and duration of the release: Release discovered at 9:55am on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Previous rounds by site Security conducted at 4:30am, Wednesday, March 20, 2019 ┐ no leak was noted by the Security Officer
┐ The medium into which the substance was released, including, but not limited to, the outdoor air, land, groundwater, aquifer, or specified waters or wetlands: Hydraulic oil was released into the compactor and then subsequently leaked out on to the concrete pavement underneath the compactor. Some hydraulic oil leaked out from the area underneath the compactor and spread towards a storm drain inlet (inlet leads to a pipe that ultimately empties into a retention pond on the site). There was some rain noted in the area in the several hours prior to the discovery of the leak. Upon discovery, a visual inspection of the following storm water structures was conducted: 1) storm drain inlet closest to the leak, 2) subsequent storm water inlets running along the pipe between the closest storm drain inlet and the dry retention pond, and 3) the outfall into the dry retention pond. No oily sheen was found in any of the areas checked. There is residue on the concrete pavement surrounding the compactor.
┐ Whether the released substance has migrated to land or waters of the state outside the property boundaries of the installation and the location of such migration: None of the hydraulic oil has migrated outside the boundaries of the site.
┐ The owner or operator may also include in the notice any other information he or she wishes in order to assist in the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare: Any residual hydraulic oil in the compactor trash box will be cleaned out prior to the movement of the compactor for remaining repairs. Absorbent material has been applied to the stained concrete and will be kept in place to absorb any residual hydraulic oil. Concrete surfaces exposed to the leaking hydraulic oil will be properly cleaned (any water and/or absorbent materials used will be properly collected and disposed of). While we coordinating the additional concrete cleaning, we are taking precaution to prevent any further runoff. A boom has been placed at the outfall exit prior to entering the pervious areas of dry retention pond. The outfalls will continue to be monitored.
||03/21/2019 08:19 EDT
||Northrop Grumman Systems Corp.
||2787 South Orange Blossom Trail; Apopka FL; 32703
||Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager
||Environmentl, Health, and Safety Manager
||03/19/2019 09:55 EDT
||03/20/2019 09:55 EDT
|Brightwaters Blvd Discharge
||A 1┐ service saddle on a 4┐ Reclaimed water main failed causing a discharge of approximately 1,495 gallons, an estimated 1346 gallons was discharged into Tampa Bay. The 4" main was secured until repairs can be made.
||03/20/2019 16:04 EDT
||St. Petersburg Master Reuse System
||1600 Brightwaters Ave NE; St. Petersburg FL; 33704
||Water Reclamation Facility Operations Specialist
||Person making the notification.
||03/20/2019 09:15 EDT
||03/20/2019 10:45 EDT
|Hydraulic Fluid Spill L-46 Canal
||A hydraulic oil fluid spill from LWDD vehicle in the L-46 Canal located west of Powerline Road, Boca Raton, FL.
||03/20/2019 13:29 EDT
||Lake Worth Drainage District L-46 Canal
||; Directions: L-46 Canal - West of Powerline Road and South of L-46 Canal in Boca Raton FL; Boca Ration FL
||Public Information Manager
||03/20/2019 09:25 EDT
||03/25/2019 09:20 EDT
|Regency Wood Dr and Regency Square Blvd
||Blockage caused manhole to overflow. An estimated 1000 gallons of sewer entered Jones Creek. Washed down area and recovered sewer and wash water.
||03/20/2019 13:19 EDT
||Regency Wood Dr and Regency Square Blvd
||; Jacksonville FL; 32225
||Environmental Scientist Sr
||03/19/2019 19:00 EDT
||03/19/2019 20:00 EDT
|Country Club Rd Lift Station
||No Waterways Effected
Florida Division of Emergency Management
State Watch Office Incident Report
Report #: 2019-1590
Assigned To: DEP
Reported to SWO on: 3/19/2019 14:46 ET
Severity: Local Incident
Description: Wastewater Release
This situation involves: Wastewater or Effluent Release
Affected Sectors: DEP District - Northwest, DEP OER Pensacola - Day
Initial Report: An estimated 1,000 plus gallons of raw sewage has been released from a force main in Port St Joe due to mechanical failure. The release is on-going and crews are in the process of making repairs. Clean up will be conducted by the reporting party.
Fatalities (Unconfirmed by State Medical Examiner): No
Environmental impact: Yes
DEP callback requested: Unknown
Incident Occurred: 3/19/2019 14:30 ET
Most Recent Update Date/Time: 03/19/2019-15:10 ET
Most Recent Update: N/A
Affected Counties: Gulf
Facility Name or Description: lift station
Incident Location: Lat: 29.739541, Long: -85.296927
Coordinates: Lat: 29.739541, Long: -85.296927
Reporting Party: Name: Chad Mack, City of Port St Joe Utilities |Call Back Number 1: 850-229-6395 |Address:
Responsible Party: Unknown
On-Scene Contact: Unknown
Wastewater or Effluent
Description: Wastewater Release
Public Water System ID or Permit Number: FL020206
Type of System: Municipal
Release occurred from a: Lift Station
Release occurred from a: Raw sewage
Release Cause: Equipment
Release status: Ongoing
Release contained on-site at a water reclamation facility: No
Amount of release, in gallons: 1,000 +
Release enter a storm water system: Unknown
Affected waterway a source of drinking water: Unknown
Status of Cleanup Actions: Planned
Description of clean-up actions: place lime on area
Notification 03/20/2019-10:09 / DEM-Grant
The State Watch Office values your feedback; please take a 1 minute survey about this notification.
||03/20/2019 10:24 EDT
||City of Port St. Joe WWTP
||455 C.R. 382; Port St. Joe FL; 32456
||Environmental Specialist / Operator
||03/19/2019 14:30 EDT
||03/19/2019 15:45 EDT
|One gallon oil spill at Epcot Marina
||Less than one gallon of oil was spilled onto the water from a boat docked in a backstage area at the Epcot Marina. Oil absorbent booms and pads were immediately deployed to contain and clean up the spill. No damages or injuries occurred and the cleanup was completed by 3:00 p.m. on the same day.
||03/20/2019 09:41 EDT
||1634 Avenue of the Stars; Bay Lake FL; 32830
||Manager, Environmental Control
||Environmental Compliance Manager
||03/19/2019 10:10 EDT
||03/19/2019 15:00 EDT