A lot goes into spill response and effective truck accident recovery. Pro-Enviro is dispatched when there is a motor vehicle fuel or oil spill, or when a load containing other hazardous material is lost on the road. In these blog archives, you’ll discover what is entailed with spill recovery. It includes assessment, creating a complete heavy vehicle accident management plan, and then getting to work with spill containment, collection, disposal and remediation.
In many cases, our team at Pro-Tow 24 Hour Towing is on the job too. Pro-Tow uses wrecker style cranes to help with the heavy lifting to get the accident site cleaned up so we can open it back up to local traffic. We also work alongside local agencies like the Washington State Police and Fire Departments, and the Washington Department of Transportation. If you want more information about what we do, contact us any time.
In this incident, on November 29, 2020, we received a call from the Washington State Patrol (WSP) to help with a bus that had caught on fire on Highway 18. The accident had severely backed up the westbound lane, and quick bus accident recovery was required. We called the WSP ahead of time to advise on how to handle the roadblock once we arrived.
In this incident, on August 20, 2020, Team Pro-Enviro was called in to help a logistics company that had become stranded in the middle of Washington State. Without anyone nearby to help, the truck was trapped with its 50,000 pounds of paper rolls. What they needed was a cross-load of their cargo to ensure it reached its destination. Luckily, we were brought in to help with our load service. With our trusty professionals and experience solving difficult situations, we figured it out.
We received a call about a hydraulic fluid spill incident at the Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane. Our spill recovery team quickly headed to the location with the necessary Pro-Enviro equipment and assessed the situation to make a plan.
In this interesting incident, on September 6th, 2020, Pro-Enviro arrived at the scene of an overturned and fully-loaded truck and trailer in Sumner, WA. The truck was now blocking the roadway and carrying a unique load that had spilled onto the roadway. It looked like salt, but the Sumner Police Department identified it as a kind of animal feed.
On August 31st, 2020, A severely damaged trailer was blocking traffic on a busy interstate highway. The Washington State Police called Team Pro-Enviro and Team Pro-Tow for help. The scene needed load recovery as soon as possible – and during rush hour traffic!
On February 10th, 2020 Pro Enviro was called to the scene of a parked bus at the Spokane Greyhound terminal that had a significant fuel leak. It required a spill cleanup. First, we had to deal with the bus. Once the leak was contained and no longer a hazard, our Pro-Tow 24 Hour Towing division hooked up the bus and removed it from the terminal.