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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
4469 Butler Ave. At Riverview list station the sewer force main split on a section of the pipe. Lime was applied to spill in ditch and is presently being recovered. At this time, we do not have the final spill amount that has been recovered. 12/03/2021 03:47 PM Riverview List Station 4469 Butler Ave.; PO Box 936; Marianna FL; 32446 Jackson David Melvin Supervisor dmelvin@mariannafl.city (850) 693-1190 Operator of the Facility/Installation David Melvin (850) 693-1190 dmelvin@mariannafl.city 30.783459 -85.223114 12/02/2021 03:00 AM Yes Incident Location
OUC Stanton Dewatering Tank overflow Bottom ash transport water was accidentally released from one of the two dewatering tanks at the Stanton Energy Center's combustion byproducts management area. The release occurred at approximately 23:30 on 12/02/2021 and was stopped within 30 minutes. Some of the water made it to a nearby stormwater ditch, but did not travel far. The water left in the ditch was pumped out and returned to the site's lined pond system on 12/3/2021. 12/03/2021 03:33 PM Stanton Energy Center 5100 South Alafaya Trail; Orlando FL; 32831 Orange David Bżez Sr. Environmental Compliance Specialist dbaez@ouc.com (407) 434-3072 Owner of the Facility/Installation David Bżez (407) 434-3072 dbaez@ouc.com 28.481711 -81.169015 12/02/2021 11:30 PM No 12/03/2021 12:00 AM Incident Location
1st Place Force Main 20211202 Incident Description: 6 inch force main developed a crack on the bottom of pipe. Wastewater released. At the time of this report, clean up was still in progress. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Break-in-Line Spill Volume: Volume Recovered: 40,000 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: In-progress Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Applied lime, Other Agencies Notified: Charles Vogt DOH Dave Gunter IR Farms Water Control Public Works Stormwater 12/03/2021 02:53 PM IRCUD/South Regional WWTF 2500 6th Ave SW; ; Directions: 2500 6th Ave SW ; Vero Beach FL; 32962 - 8138 Indian River Scott Reynolds Environmental Compliance Analyst sreynolds@ircgov.com (772) 226-1822 IRCUD Staff Scott Reynolds (772) 226-1822 sreynolds@ircgov.com 27.601442 -80.393416 12/02/2021 02:49 PM No 12/02/2021 05:30 PM N Incident Location
4K Sheen At approximately 2:30 pm drillers were collecting core samples within the 4K marine railway slip when a sheen appeared on the water. The samples were being collected on privately-owned submerged lands. The source of the sheen is unknown and it is unclear if the sheen is from petroleum or from decaying organic matter. The sheen was approximately 20 feet by 10 feet in area and dissipated within 15 minutes after the samples were collected. 12/03/2021 01:16 PM BAE Systems Jacksonville Ship Repair LLC 8500 Heckscher Drive; Jacksonville FL; 32226 Duval Lisa Wiedemann Environmental Specialist II lisa.wiedemann@baesystems.com (904) 251-1582 Operator of the Facility/Installation John Nist (904) 251-1582 john.nist@baesystems.com 30.387833 -81.460128 12/02/2021 02:30 PM No 12/02/2021 02:45 PM Incident Location
1415 Longbeach Drive Incident Description: Homeowner demolished house and rebuilt over existing force main on his property without calling for locates. The force main was damaged. Homeowner stated that he first noticed the leak 2 months ago but failed to report it. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Contractor Spill Volume: 5,720 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Applied lime Agencies Notified: 12/03/2021 09:10 AM Cudjoe Key AWWTP 780 Blimp Rd; ; Directions: 780 Blimp Rd ; Cudjoe Key FL; 33042 Monroe Jay Miller Director of Wastewater Operations jmiller@fkaa.com (305) 809-2623 Duly Authorized Representative Jay Miller (305) 809-2623 jmiller@fkaa.com 24.636961 -81.345782 09/30/2021 11:00 AM No 11/30/2021 11:05 AM N Incident Location
SSO - DS-500 12/2/21 The spill was a result of an air release valve failure. The overflow soaked into the surrounding grassy area, with some volume discharging into the Seminole Bypass Canal. The valve was turned off, flow ceased and the valve repaired. Total of 50 gallons overflowed, 25 gallons recovered. Signs will be posted and samples will be collected on 12/3/2021 to evaluate any health or environmental concerns. 12/02/2021 03:50 PM South Cross Bayou AWRF 7401 54th Ave North; St. Petersburg FL; 33709 Pinellas Kevin King Project Coordinator SSOResponse@pinellascounty.org (727) 582-2376 Water Quality Division Kevin King (727) 582-2376 SSOresponse@pinellascounty.org 27.853933 -82.770462 12/02/2021 07:10 AM No 12/02/2021 11:00 AM Incident Location
Village of Parkwood NE 52 Loop City of Wildwood 1290 Industrial Dr. Wildwood, Fl. 34875 STATE WARNING POINT 800-320-0519 WASTEWATER SPILL in GALS. 1,000 gallons LOCATION: Village of Parkwood NE 52 Loop REASON: Customer called in about a sewer backup and sewer running down the road. Due to lift station not running. Sewer spill was contanted to DRA. TIME / DATE of SPILL 7:45 am 12/2/2021 TIME / DATE REPAIRED: 8:45 pm 12/2/2021 note: repairs made by contractor who hit line. REPORTED TO SWP TIME / DATE: 12/2/2021 2:18 PM REPORTED BY: Wayne Bouchard OTHER DISCHARGE: STABILIZED: limed SWP CASE REF#: 2021-6791 313 operator 12/02/2021 02:32 PM City of Wildwood 1290 Industrial Dr; Directions: Village of Parkwood North on 301 and 466.; Wildwood FL; 34875 Sumter Wayne Paul Bouchard Water/Wastewater Operations Manager wbouchard@wildwood-fl.gov (352) 303-4680 Operator of the Facility/Installation Wayne Paul Bouchard (352) 303-4680 wbouchard@wildwood-fl.gov 28.906021 -82.062226 12/02/2021 07:45 AM No 12/02/2021 08:45 AM Incident Location
Veterans Memorial Line Break A 2" pipe was hit by a contractor causing an SSO of 17000 gallons of raw wastewater of which 16600 was recovered by pumper trucks. The spill was contained on the construction site and no waterways were affected. 12/02/2021 02:06 PM Collier County Water Sewer District ; Naples FL Collier Steve Nagy Wastewater Collections Manager Steve.Nagy@colliercountyfl.gov (239) 252-2600 Operator of the Facility/Installation Evelyn Longa (239) 252-2657 Evelyn.Longa@colliercountyfl.gov 26.302 -81.769 12/01/2021 09:00 AM No 12/01/2021 09:30 AM Incident Location
3660 SW Savona Blvd. WP-14 : On 12/02/2021 at 5:00 am staff discovered a sanitary sewer overflow at 3660 SW Savona Blvd-Lift Station WP-14. Upon arrival staff noticed untreated raw sewage escaping from the wet well lid. The initial inspection discovered that the main breaker for the control panel was bad. The staff switched out the main breaker and the station started to pump down spill ceased at 5:30 am. Approximately 1,698 gallons escaped onto grassy area. Approximately 255 gallons percolated into the soil. The vacuum pumper truck was used to recover approximately 1,443 gallons of untreated raw sewage from the grassy area. Staff also spread 5 pounds of lime to the affected area. No surface water, storm water, roads, and or public access areas affected. No sampling required. All regulatory agencies and PSL internal notifications are proceeding according to protocol. 12/02/2021 11:40 AM City of Port St Lucie- Westport WWTP FLA139653 3660 SW Savona Blvd; Port St Lucie FL; 34953 St. Lucie Michael S Jolly Superintendent of Lift Stations and I&I mjolly@cityofpsl.com (772) 344-4121 Superintendent of Lift Stations and I&I Tim Richards (772) 344-4228 trichards@cityofpsl.com 27.236149 -80.390238 12/02/2021 05:00 AM No 12/02/2021 05:30 AM Incident Location
small discharge from LP grinder Incident Description: On December 1, 2021, the Loxahatchee River District (LRD) had an unauthorized discharge of 0.25 gallons of sewage from a low pressure pumping unit at a private residence on West Riverside Drive in Jupiter, FL. The unauthorized discharge was caused by a crack in a 1.25inch pvc fitting attached to the wet well feeding the service lateral. LRD crews stopped the unauthorized discharge by shutting off the service until repairs were made. The unauthorized discharge was absorbed into soil and the area disinfected with lime. No storm drains or other bodies of water were affected Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Break-in-Line Spill Volume: 1 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Applied lime Agencies Notified: Notified Denise Watts, FDEP, and Pamela Lape, PBC Health Dept. via email 12-02-21 10:10. 12/02/2021 11:21 AM Loxahatchee Env Control Dist WWTP 2500 Jupiter Park Dr; ; Directions: 2500 Jupiter Park Dr ; Jupiter FL; 33458 - 8962 Palm Beach Adrian Sanchez Field Foreman adrian.sanchez@lrecd.org (561) 401-4093 Field Foreman Albrey Arrington (561) 401-4002 albrey@lrecd.org 26.951453 -80.094822 12/01/2021 08:00 AM No 12/01/2021 08:15 AM N Incident Location