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 October 21, 2019, Pro-Enviro was called to a load shift involving 50,000 lbs of rebar on a semi-truck and trailer on Southbound I-5 in Tacoma, WA. The semi-truck driver was forced to make an emergency stop after a passenger car in front of them slammed on their brakes.
On September 18, 2019, when this semi-truck and trailer jackknifed on the Interstate 5, it crashed into the guard rails. Because of the damage, both engine oil and diesel fuel spilled all over the highway during a busy traffic time. Team Pro-Enviro was called to the scene to execute effective semi truck spill recovery. We estimate about 200 gallons of hazardous fuel and oil was spilled in this incident.
On October 12th, 2019 Pro-Enviro was dispatched to a truck accident at Tiger Mountain on Highway 18 in Washington. A tanker truck had flipped over, causing thousands of pounds of oil, grease and motor fuel to spill all over the scene. We worked with our Pro-Tow Division, along with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the Washington State Patrol.
Pro-Enviro called on to quickly clean up a motor oil spill after semi-truck crashes in Auburn, WA.
Highway 18 blocked for hours as #teamprotow and #teamproenviro clear up what’s left of a fireworks stand near Covington, WA on Saturday August 18, 2018. Screws, plywood, roofing material, and various debris littered the shoulder, all lanes, and the median and...
Great work on Snoqualmie Pass near North Bend, Wa for 40 gallons of diesel fuel spilled, contained, collected, manifested, and remediated like it never happened.