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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
Lift Station 37 overflow Incident Description: We have a severe rain and lightning event. We recorded 2" of rainfall in a 2 hour window. Downstream stations were without power causing this lift station to flood. We notified duke to restore power and used our Thompson pump until power was restored. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Extreme Weather Spill Volume: 9,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Applied disinfectant, Applied HTH/chlorine, Raked and disposed of debris Agencies Notified: 06/25/2022 10:29 AM Belleview, City of SE 116th Street at S.E. 58th Ave.; Directions: SE 116th Street at S.E. 58th Ave. ; Belleview FL; 34420 Marion Richard Dyches Chief Operator rdyches@belleviewfl.org (352) 461-4556 Operator of the Facility/Installation Richard Dyches (352) 266-0399 rdyches@belleviewfl.org 29.090086 -82.063295 06/24/2022 04:00 AM No 06/24/2022 09:00 AM N Incident Location
City of Ocala Collection System Spill SE 17th St During strong thunderstorms on Friday, 06/24/2022, at approximately 3:30 pm, an 18" collection system force main broke at 2000-2200 SE 17th Street/Maricamp Rd, Ocala FL 34471. An estimated 595,950 gallons of raw sewage was released into the roadway. The affected street was closed, flow diverted and vactor trucks cleaned up the spill. An affected portion of the asphalt roadway is scheduled for repair. 06/25/2022 09:55 AM City of Ocala WRF #2 4200 SE 24th Street; Ocala FL; 34471 Marion Robyn Preston Manager, Water Treatment and Reclamation RBPreston@Ocalafl.org Operator of the Facility/Installation Ron Moore (352) 351-6776 RBMoore@Ocalafl.org 29.171569 -82.110064 06/24/2022 03:30 PM No 06/24/2022 06:00 PM Incident Location
Master Station 301.00 Power outage Master Station 301.00 At 1149 Tamiami Trail East lost power and ATS transfer switch didn't engage backup generator. A Discharge of 12,000 gallons of untreated water went in nearby grass swale. We recovered 11,500 gallons with pumper trucks in the grass area. No waterways infected. The infected area was limed. 06/24/2022 10:18 AM Collier County Water-Sewer District 11490 Tamiami Trail East; Directions: Just past CREST NAPLES APARTMENTS on left hand side.; Naples FL; 34113 Collier Steve Nagy Wastewater Collection Manager Steve.Nagy@colliercountyfl.gov (239) 252-2600 Operator of the Facility/Installation Evelyn Longa (239) 252-2657 Evelyn.Longa@colliercountyfl.gov 26.07568 -81.719237 06/23/2022 07:30 PM No 06/23/2022 08:00 PM Incident Location
530 E 6th. St. Incident Description: A probe installed earlier in the day slipped from the set position causing the spill. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Equipment Spill Volume: 2,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: Y Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Applied lime Agencies Notified: 06/24/2022 07:56 AM Millville AWT Facility 1800 E 3rd St; ; Directions: 1800 E 3rd St ; Panama City FL; 32401 - 4800 Bay Danny McArdle Environmental Compliance Supervisor dmcardle@pcgov.org (850) 628-6644 Environmental Compliance Supervisor Danny McArdle (850) 628-6644 dmcardle@pcgov.org 30.158668 -85.654119 06/23/2022 03:30 PM No 06/23/2022 04:10 PM Y Bay Incident Location
FDOT Jackson Co I-10 Rest Area Manager phoned to report that upon performing operational visit to the wastewater facility at 3:15 pm today found what appears to be three wastewater leaks. (1) from seam of surge tank; (1) from seam of aeration tank; (1) from piping which appear to be coming from Rest Area Restrooms. The discharge is currently on-going. We have contacted the Owners representative and notified of the need of immediate repairs. US Water Services will be liming the areas of the affected grounds and cautioning off the ground affected. We have advised the Owners representative to have their vendor sandbag the area to keep the spill contained as well as close the bathrooms at the Rest Area until the repairs can be completed. There do not appear to be waterways in the near by area affected, however a portion of the discharge is leaving the fenced area of the wastewater treatment plant at this time and entering grassy wooded area. The State Warning Point Number for the incident is SWP# 2022-4631. We will continue to provide updates as additional information is known. UPDATE 06.24.2022 (per contractor Ferrovial Services) Contractor has packed and filled leaks within the plant chambers with appropriate rope packing and hydraulic cement. Lift station is now operating as intended and the ┐raw┐ has been limed as requested. Sandbags have been placed to help contain any residual discharge. 06/23/2022 04:19 PM FDOT Jackson County I-10 Rest Area WWTP 1074 Highway 90; Chipley FL; 32428 Jackson Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator of the Facility/Installation Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 30.755 -85.33 06/23/2022 03:15 PM No 06/23/2022 08:10 PM N Incident Location
SSO YOUNGKS@EPCHC.ORG 06/23/2022 02:54 PM ASSEMBLY FULL GOSPEL CHURCH OF TAMPA, INC. 6901 W. COMANCHE AVE. ; TAMPA FL; 33634 Hillsborough BYONG CHIN LEE SR. PASTOR BYONGCHINLEE@MSN.COM (813) 765-8961 Owner of the Facility/Installation BYONG CHIN LEE (813) 765-8961 BYONGCHINLEE@MSN.COM 29.96 -91.317 06/23/2022 02:41 PM No 06/22/2022 12:40 PM Incident Location
062222 CRYX 3170 Diesel Release On June 22, 2022, a fuel tank on refrigerated box car CRYX 3170 failed causing a release of 25 to 40 gallons of diesel to the ballast. Hepaco was dispatched to mitigate the leak and placed a secondary containment pool under the leak and deployed absorbents to address the initial release. Hepaco conducted source removal and Arcadis was engaged to provide reporting assistance related to the diesel release. No groundwater, surface water or native soil was affected and impacted ballast was removed. Following completion, a Source Removal Report will be submitted to FDEP. 06/23/2022 01:42 PM CSX Transportation, Inc. CSX Baldwin Yard; Baldwin, Florida FL Duval Joshua Dearing Manager of Hazardous Materials joshua_dearing@csx.com (800) 232-0144 Manager of Hazardous Materials Joshua Dearing (800) 232-0144 joshua_dearing@csx.com 30.279479 -81.984054 06/22/2022 10:55 AM No 06/23/2022 08:00 AM Incident Location
Slalom Dr Force Main Pine tree root grew against 4 inch pvc force main causing small hole to be rubbed into pipe. Root was cut out away from pipe and pipe was cut out and replaced with c900 pvc. All liquid that escaped into ditch was recovered with vacuum truck as area was washed down and recovered also. Applied disinfectant and Chlorine bleach, debris was raked and recovered into vacuum truck. Applied bano deodorizer also. Clean up has been completed. 06/23/2022 10:05 AM Sundial Utilities of Milton 6738 Dixon Street; Milton FL; 32570 Santa Rosa Sean Plant Water/Sewer Field Supervisor splant@miltonfl.org (850) 336-6090 Water/Sewer Field Supervisor Joe Cook (850) 983-5419 jecook@miltonfl.org 30.572013 -87.032152 06/22/2022 11:00 AM No 06/22/2022 12:00 PM Incident Location
LS #2 (Chautqua Nursing) At 0900, contractor arrived to find a gasket had blown out on an new installed bypass pump line. 0905, shut the valve and spill stopped. The contractor replaced the gasket and reinstalled the line. Tested the line under pressure and no leaks or spills. Lime was spread over the area, and we estimate 750 gallons was spilled. 06/22/2022 02:32 PM LS @2 (Chautaqua Nursing) 2nd Ave; Directions: Turn left on 331 S off I-10, Turn right on Bruce, turn right on 2nd Ave, turn left at second drive way, station in the very back; DeFuniak Springs FL; 32433 Walton Gary Martin Owner marconllc@yahoo.com (850) 685-4691 Contractor Gary Martin (850) 685-4691 marconllc@yahoo.com 30.7091 -86.106514 06/22/2022 09:00 AM No 06/22/2022 09:05 AM Incident Location
695 Hibiscus Street This morning at 7:30am the city received a report of water coming out of manhole, On arrival it was found to be an ARV Valve which sets on top of 18" force main that was leaking. After shutting off the ARV from shut off valve located on unit, the sewer stop spilling. The location of the ARV is located approximately 30 yards away from storm basin which was affected by sewer spillage. Approximately 200 gallons was recovered from storm basin at point of entry, so testing will not be required since it was contained to that one storm basin. The area was cleaned up using lime with area pressure cleaned and vacuumed up excess debris with Vactor unit on ARV truck. After clean up the Arv was repaired and re-installed back on the force main for operation. 06/22/2022 01:20 PM City of West Palm Beach 695 Hibiscus Street; Directions: Head east on Okeechobee Blvd. turn left on S. Sapodilla Ave head North to Hibiscus St,. make a right and destination is on that corner.; West Palm Beach  FL; 33401 Palm Beach Derek Johnson Utilities Operations Coordinator djohnson@wpb.org (561) 723-9190 Operator of the Facility/Installation Derek Johnson (561) 723-9190 djohnson@wpb.org 26.709 -80.059 06/22/2022 07:30 AM No 06/22/2022 10:30 AM N Incident Location