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Combined Sewer Overflows and Untreated Discharges Reported in Date Range

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Public Alerts
Newly Reported Overflows
Authorized Wet Weather Combined Sewer Overflows
All Other Overflows
The following are Public Alerts submitted by Wastewater Treatment Facilities for prompt public awareness of untreated discharges and their locations. These alerts have been directly reported by Wastewater Treatment Facilities and may have not yet been reviewed by the State. Wastewater Treatment facilities are required to submit a public alert as soon as possible, but no longer than one hour from discovery of an untreated discharge from the wastewater treatment facility. This time requirement is extended to no longer than four hours if the operator does not have telephone or internet service at the location or they are working to control or stop the untreated discharge. Additional details regarding sewage overflows and incidents are required to be reported within 12 hours of discovery and available below.
Facility NameTownLocation DescriptionReceiving WatersDate/Time Submission EnteredID
Burlington RiverBurlingtonintersection of Hillside Terrace and Riverside Ave in Burlington. Winooski River12/6/2019 1:48:33 PM1508
Barre CityBarreWWTF effluent pipeStevens Branch of the Winooski River12/2/2019 10:46:02 AM1507
RutlandRutlandCSO # 4 - Meadow Street - Combined - Third Base, Ball FieldEast Creek11/28/2019 9:36:09 AM1506
St Albans CitySt AlbansLower Welden St. CSOStevens brook Lake champlain11/28/2019 6:53:43 AM1505
RutlandRutlandRiver Street Pump Station - Force Main Leak - Estimated Discharge Was Approximately 1,000 gallons. East Creek11/21/2019 9:30:42 AM1504
NEWLY REPORTED OVERFLOWS. These overflows are pending review from DEC Wastewater staff
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WET WEATHER COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS Reviewed by DEC Wastewater staff
Start DateEnd DateStart/End TimesMunicipalityLocationWaterbodyNature of IncidentEstimated Volume (gallons)Wastewater Treatment FacilityContact PersonSubmission NumberID
View2019-11-282019-11-2803:33 am to 04:41 amCity of St.Albanslower Welden St. CSOStevens Brook - Lake ChamplainAuthorized Wet Weather CSO Overflow>10,000 to 100,000 gallonsSt Albans CityMarty Manahan - Director of public works.HNV-M71M-GQBE24798
View2019-11-272019-11-2811:55 pm to 12:28 amCity of RutlandCSO # 4 - Meadow Street - Combined - Third Base, Ball FieldEast CreekAuthorized Wet Weather CSO Overflow2,978 gallonsRutlandJeff Wennberg, Commissioner of Public WorksHNV-M3TD-ZHQ6W4799
ALL OTHER OVERFLOWS Reviewed by DEC Wastewater staff
Start DateEnd DateStart/End TimesMunicipalityLocationWaterbodyNature of IncidentEstimated Volume (gallons)Wastewater Treatment FacilityContact PersonSubmission NumberID
View2019-12-052019-12-0509:00 pm to 10:00 pmBurlingtonIntersection of Hillside Terrace and Riverside DriveWinooski RiverDischarged untreated sewage>100 to 1,000 gallonsBurlington RiverMegan MoirHNV-TFJW-9GN4C4801
View2019-11-292019-11-2907:00 am to 12:00 pmBarre CityWWTFSteven's Branch of the Winooski RiverFailure of Dechlorination System>500,000 to 1,000,000 gallonsBarre CityJohn Merrifield, Environmental AnalystHNV-Q7W2-TSYF34800
View2019-11-212019-11-2108:35 am to 09:00 amCity of RutlandRiver Street Pump StationEast CreekDischarged untreated sewage100 gallonsRutlandJeff Wennberg, Commissioner of Public WorksHNV-EQ6F-AWFE44797