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 December 16, 2020, Team Pro-Enviro received a call about a diesel and engine oil spill in Enumclaw, WA. The Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) was on the scene and estimated between 125 to 150 gallons of fuel had spilled. DOE specifically requested spill response and mediation because of the impact on the road, private property, and a stormwater drain.
In this incident, on November 17, 2020, Team Pro-Enviro got a call for a load shift service in Kent, WA. A trailer loaded with tiles was damaged and needed help. Once we got to the scene, our team put together a game plan for the safest, most efficient load shift and load recovery.
In this incident, on September 24, 2020, our team received a call about a multi-vehicle collision. The incident involved a Toyota pickup resting on a concrete barrier but was still attached to a travel trailer. On top of that, there were multiple lane closures because of the accident.
In this incident, on April 14, 2020, Team Pro-Enviro was called in for a load shift service for a step-deck trailer carrying glass sheets. The load shifted and left shattered glass everywhere. There were several slabs of 1/4 inch glass that had broken. After taking a closer look, we discovered a significant amount of glass caught along the curtain area and track. We needed a plan for this cleanup response.
In this incident, on November 23, 2020, Team Pro-Enviro received a call for an emergency load recovery in Kent, WA. A few pictures were sent to us before we left, which let us know that we needed a heavy-duty rotator for this job. We sent an HD rotating crane style wrecker and Incident Commander ahead to the scene. Once our team then arrived, we did a detailed scene assessment.
In this incident, on November 28, 2020, Our team received an emergency call for an overturned tractor-trailer on the onramp to WB SR18. The call came with a request for two heavy-duty recovery wreckers. Once we arrived, we found spill recovery was needed for the motor vehicle fluid leaking onto the roadway. It was also pooling under the nearby container. After we got written authorization from the owner to continue, Team Pro-Enviro worked quickly to tackle this issue.