||SWO INCIDENT NUMBER 20191438 UPDATED VIA PHONE BY RICHARD OROURKE ON 03/13/19 TO VOLUME PROVIDED BY PORT MIAMI and WASD Incident 442886
Version: 3 Version Type: Supplementary
Incident Version Created On: 03/13/19 10:09 AM Job Order #: 1003817928
Location of Discharge: 1040 CARIBBEAN WAY MIAMI 33132
Reported by WASD Employee? Yes Employee ID: 00030249 Employee Title: REG COMP SEC HEAD
Reported by: RICHARD O'ROURKE
Utility Name: Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Phone Number: (305) 274-9272
Path of Flow: East and West On: CARIBBEAN WAY
Discharge Caused by Asset Type: Force Main
Contractor Involved? Yes (Private Contractor) Private Contractor Name: UNKNOWN
Discharge Due to/Caused by: Force Main Broken Other Cause
Additional Discharge Cause: NOT WASD PROBLEM*PRIVATE SWR LINE*CONTRACTOR WILL MAKE REPAIRS
Pipe Material: TBD Pipe Size in inches: 8
Type of Water Discharge: RAW SEWAGE
Did Discharge Go to Public Access Area? Yes Did Discharge Go into Storm Sewer? Yes
Number of Storm Drain(s) Impacted: 1 Distance in Feet to Storm Drain(s): 200 Direction: West
Did Discharge Go into Surface Water? No
Weather Conditions: Clear Estimated Quantity of Sewage Released in Gallons: 700
Estimated Time Release Started: 03/11/19 09:12 AM Estimated Time Action Taken at Site: 03/11/19 10:05 AM
Active Spill Observed? No Discharge Flow Stopped? Yes Discharge Stopped On: 03/11/19 10:30 AM
Spill Contained? No Area Cleaned? No Area Disinfected? No
Public Notified? Yes Method of Public Notification: Post Signs Public Notified On: 03/11/19 10:05 AM
Spill Recovered? No
AGENCY NOTIFICATION POINT METHOD NOTIFIED TO NOTIFIED ON
DEP FDEP State Warning Point Phone OPR317 2019-1438 03/11/19 11:08 AM
RER RER Compliance Desk Phone WENDELL 03/11/19 11:08 AM
WASD WASD Jose Cueto Phone LEFT MESSAGE 03/11/19 11:08 AM
DEP DEP Notification Group E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
DOH DOH Notification Group E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
EPA EPA Notification Group E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
HMS Hazardous Materials Subcommittee
E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
RER RER Notification Group E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
SFWM SFWM Notification Group E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
WASD WASD Interdepartmental Personnel E-mail 03/11/19 11:08 AM
Future Contact Person: Marcelo Garcia Future Contact Person's Phone Number: (786) 552-8342
Form Completed by: Cynthia Carter Of: Water & Sewer Department
DEP USE ONLY
WRITTEN REPORT REQUESTED: ___ No/ ___ Yes DUE DATE: _________________________________
NAME: _____________________ TITLE: ________________________________ SIGNATURE: ______________ DATE: ___________
Latitude: 25.7775065445005 Longitude: -80.1784926501412
03/11/19 11:08 AM * Fields on red are the ones that changed from previous version Page 1 of 1
DISCHARGE/ABNORMAL EVENT NOTIFICATION
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SECTION
||03/11/2019 11:21 EDT
||MIAMI-DADE SEAPORT DEPARTMENT
||1040 Caribbean Blvd ; Miami FL; 33132
||Permitting Regulatory Compliance Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Dept.
||03/11/2019 09:10 EDT
||03/11/2019 10:05 EDT
|Oil Sheen / C-11 Canal
||Upon arrival to work around 6am today at Pump Station S-13, staff discovered an oil sheen on the downstream side of the station (C-11 Canal). Staff verified no discharges from South Florida Water Management District station. Sheen extends east under SR7 to adjacent marina. Oil appears to have green tint on an absorbent pad.
||03/11/2019 09:49 EDT
||Marina (Unknown Owner)
||Junction Orange Drive and SR 7.; Davie FL; 33314
||Lead Env. Scientist
||Government agency. Non-responsible party.
||03/11/2019 06:00 EDT
||03/11/2019 06:10 EDT
|Happy Valley Trail & Bixby Cir Sanitary Sewer Overflow
||ECUA had a overflowing manhole at the corner of Happy Valley Trail & Bixby Cir due to a grease blockage An undetermined amount of gallons at this time and, sewer did flow into a storm drain. We will update as we receive further information.
||03/10/2019 18:04 EDT
||Over Flowing manhole
||Happy Valley Trail & Bixby Cir ; Pensacola FL; 32514
||Communications Coordinator II
||Communications Coordinator 11
||03/10/2019 12:30 EDT
||03/10/2019 16:15 EDT
|University Mall Cell Site
||Non-emergency release of ~180 gallons of diesel fuel from an emergency backup generator due to equipment failure at a wireless cell site was reported to the State Watch office on 3/7/19 at 6:34 PM. The equipment was shut down and the release was contained to the soil/gravel surrounding the generator. An emergency spill response vendor (Clean Harbors) was contacted and mobilized to the cell site the morning of 3/8/19 to begin mitigating the release.
||03/08/2019 16:17 EST
||University Mall Cell Site
||7222 Plantation Road; Pensacola FL; 32504
||EHS representative for the site
||03/07/2019 17:05 EST
||03/07/2019 18:35 EST
|NORTH REUSE PUMP STATION RECLAIM TANK SPILL
||CITY OF APOPKA PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT
WASTEWATER MALFUNCTION REPORT
OVERFLOW LOCATION: Apopka Water Reclamation Facility/Project ARROW ¿C FDEP Permit# FLA010818
ADDRESS: 333 Snowden Rd. Apopka, FL 32703
CONTACT BY: David Engstrom DATE/TIME: 3/8/19 9:10 AM
PHONE: (407) 703-1782
MALFUNCTION STARTED: DATE: 3/7/19 TIME: 10:00 AM
OVERFLOW STOPPED: DATE: 3/7/19 TIME: 1:45 PM
CLASSIFICATION: MAJOR MINOR XX APPROX. VOLUME: ¿¿0.060 MG
Has overflow entered surface water? YES NO xx If yes, identify surface water: And distance from overflow location:
CAUSE: NW reuse pump station lost communications approximately 10:00 am. During this time the fill valve was open to the tanks. Clear SCADA control was transferred to the new VTSCADA for programming. An alarm for the loss of communications was not generated.
IMMEDIATE CORRECTIVE and/or SAFETY MEASURES INITIATED: The Chief Water Operator called wastewater operations and reported that the reclaimed tanks overflowing. Operations and maintenance staff were dispatched. The influent valve to the tanks was closed and the valves to Little JD and 2A were opened to lower the tank levels. The power meter lost one phase and the on-site generator was running. Duke Energy was in the vicinity restoring power at the time.
NOTE: Above information should be provided when making initial verbal report.
INCIDENT REPORTED TO:
Mr. David Smicherko
WHAT ADDITIONAL MEASURES WERE TAKEN TO PROTECT SURFACE WATERS AND PUBLIC HEALTH? No surface waters were affected by this discharge. Public health was not jeopardized by this discharge. The discharge did not leave the perimeter of the facility.
WHAT CLEANUP MEASURES WERE TAKEN? N/A
PLANS TO PREVENT RECURRENCE? The issue with VT SCADA calling out the loss of communication alarm has been corrected.
ADDITIONAL REMARKS The discharged water was fully chlorinated and met reclaimed water standards.
Supervisor's Signature: Reported By: David Engstrom
Name: David Engstrom
Title: Chief Operator
Phone Number: (407) 703-1782 Email: email@example.com
||03/08/2019 12:07 EST
||APOPKA WRF - PROJECT ARROW
||333 SNOWDEN ROAD; APOPKA FL; 32703 - 8028
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/07/2019 13:20 EST
||03/07/2019 13:45 EST
|Methanol waste spill
||On 3/7/2019, a 55 gallon plastic drum containing spent methanol lab solvent and other mixed F003 waste solvents was punctured by the waste transportation vendor at the AdventHealth Orlando Pathology Lab at 2855 N.Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32804 in Orange County FL. Approximately 20 to 25 gallons was released inside the Pathology Lab's hazardous waste storage room. The majority of the spilled waste was contained in the room's spill containment pallets, with less than 1 gallon spilling onto the concrete outside the room's door. No waste reached any waterway. No waste reached any sewer or stormwater drain. No injuries and no fatalities occurred. An initial spill cleanup was performed by AdventHealth employees to contain the spilled waste inside the room and to remove all waste that had left the room. Final spill cleanup is to be completed on 3/8/2019 by SWS Environmental Services.
||03/08/2019 10:50 EST
||AdventHealth Orlando Center for Diagnostic Pathology
||2855 N. Orange Avenue; Orlando FL; 32804
||AdventHealth Orlando Safety Coordinator
||03/07/2019 10:45 EST
|OCWS Sanitary Sewer Overflow - Newcastle Pond, Fort Walton B
||Okaloosa County Water & Sewer (OCWS) experienced a sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) today in unincorporated Fort Walton Beach.
At 7:00am today, we were notified by the public of a sanitary sewer overflow at the intersection of Thornhill Drive and Spencer Drive. OCWS crews were immediately on-site to clear a grease blockage in a gravity sewer main. The blockage was cleared and system restored to normal operations at approximately 8:15am. OCWS crews than washed down and disinfected the affected area.
While on-site this morning, someone from the public informed an OCWS staff member that the overflow began yesterday around 4:00pm. With this in mind, the SSO is estimated to be 4,700 gallons. Of that, 200 gallons was recovered into our vac truck. The spill overflowed into concrete ditches that flows into Newcastle Pond, which is surrounded by Thornhill Drive, Spencer Drive, Ross Road, and Newcastle Drive. Newcastle Pond is a wet detention basin, which discharges into a public stormwater system. After almost 2 miles of stormwater piping, this system outfalls into Garnier Bayou at the northern end of Harrelson Drive.
||03/07/2019 16:38 EST
||Arbennie Pritchett WRF
||250 Roberts Blvd.; Fort Walton Beach FL; 32547
||Wastewater Operations Manager
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/07/2019 07:00 EST
||03/07/2019 08:15 EST
|Secondary Decant Check Valve
||Reported to DEP Ms. Dana Vestal and State Watch Office that a spill had occurred at
The Mary Esther Waste Water Plant. The spill took place over night while decanting the
Secondary Digester, The can lift station that receives the supernate, check valve failed.
The spill was contained onsite it was found at 08:20 March 7, 2019. the valve was shut off by plant staff and Hydrated Lyme was broadcast on the area. the check valves are being replaced.
||03/07/2019 11:07 EST
||Mary Esther Waste Water Treatment Plant
||195 Christobal Road N Mary Esther Fla, 32569; Mary Esther FL; 32569
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/07/2019 08:20 EST
||03/07/2019 09:20 EST
|SWRC Master Lift Station overflow
||There was a malfunction of the master lift station 110V electrical control panel caused by corroded electrical wiring which caused a bad connection to the electrical control system. City maintenance staff removed the corroded sections of wiring and the insulation, exposing the clean section of wiring and reinstalled it. They will seal the conduit to prevent gases from entering the panel in the future. Crews cleaned-up and disinfected the affected area.
||03/07/2019 08:25 EST
||Sanford South Water Resource Center
||3540 Cameron Ave.; Sanford FL; 32773
||Utility Plants Manager
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/05/2019 08:00 EST
||03/05/2019 08:20 EST
|Abnormal Event 03-06-2019
||The City of Venice reported to the State watch office on 03/07/2019. The Head operator Chloe Crouch reported the incident. On 03/06/2019 a vac truck was not secure and raw sewage spilled out. 250 gallons were spilled, 100 gallons were recovered, and 150 gallons reached the intercoastal waterway. This event occurred at 1330 Tarpon Center Dr Venice, FL 34285. The area was cleaned and disinfected with lime. We are collecting the necessary samples of the waterway and updating DEP and the Department of Health with the results.
||03/07/2019 07:10 EST
||Higel Park - Lift Station 5
||1330 Tarpon Center Dr ; Venice, FL 34285; Directions:
Turn right onto Esplanade N
Turn left onto Tarpon Center Dr
Higel Park Boat Ramp with Lift Station 5 is on the right. ; Venice FL; 34285
||Operator Of the Facility
||03/06/2019 09:20 EST
||03/06/2019 10:30 EST