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Sewage Overflows and Incidents 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
Northfield Northfield Wastewater Treatment PlantDog River12/7/2018 7:57:51 AM1308
Vergennes Vergennes Macdonough Drive pump stations CSO #002 below the falls in VergennesOtter Creek12/2/2018 3:03:58 PM1307
Rutland Rutland Calvary Cemetery - CSO #1, & Meadow Street - CSO #4 through Third Base structure. Flow volume and duration data pending, events still in progress. Other locations may also be affected if heavy rain events continue later in the day.Otter Creek & East Creek12/2/2018 2:53:30 PM1306
Woodstock - Taftsville Taftsville Taftsville EcoliOttauquechee river11/26/2018 2:47:24 PM1305
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
View2018-12-022018-12-0201:58 pm to 02:33 pmRutland CityThird Base - CSO #003East CreekAuthorized Wet Weather CSO Overflow10,974 gallonsRutland Jeffrey Wennberg, CommissionerHNJ-RQMW-X7BCF4505
View2018-12-022018-12-0201:48 pm to 02:58 pmRutland CityCalvary - CSO#001Otter CreekAuthorized Wet Weather CSO Overflow272,000 gallons estimated (rivRutland Jeffrey Wennberg, CommissionerHNJ-RQRG-0HGYC4506
View2018-12-022018-12-0202:30 pm to 05:00 pmCity of VergennesMacdonough Dr. Pump StationOtter Creek below the falls in VergennesAuthorized Wet Weather CSO Overflow42,200 gallonsVergennes Rick Chaput, Chief OperatorHNJ-RHZR-4FE2B4507
ALL OTHER OVERFLOWS Reviewed by DEC Wastewater staff
Start DateEnd DateStart/End TimesMunicipalityLocationWaterbodyNature of IncidentEstimated Volume (gallons)Wastewater Treatment FacilityContact PersonSubmission NumberID
View2018-11-21  WoodstockTaftsvilleOttauquechee RiverOther>1,000 to 10,000 gallonsWoodstock - Taftsville Wayland LordHNJ-KVF8-XCCMC4504