Unfortunately, vehicle accidents happen. Sometimes, debris and a fuel spill from a crash require immediate spill recovery and cleanup. Who cleans up the mess?
On May 29, 2020, After receiving a call about an over-turned heavy-duty truck and trailer with hydraulic fluid leaking, Team Pro-Enviro and Team Pro-Tow raced to the scene! We arrived quickly with a spill-response motor vehicle and other equipment to assess the situation and assist in this equipment recovery.
Although drivers do their best to avoid accidents and the fuel spills that are often the result, accidents and spills happen. And when they do, you want to know who to call for fast, effective emergency spill response. Team Pro-Enviro specializes in spill containment and spill recovery for motor vehicle accidents.
When you get into an accident involving a spill, whether diesel or a load, it’s essential to alert the authorities and call for emergency spill response.
If you’ve gotten into an accident involving any spill, whether fluid or oil or damage to the tank, you must contain the spill. After you call Team Pro-Enviro and the authorities and are waiting for help to arrive, there are some things you can do to stay safe and limit contamination.
In the event of a diesel fuel spill from a semi-truck accident in Washington State or any other location, Team Pro-Enviro will use a combination of products and equipment to clean up the spill. We'll also use this equipment and supplies to mitigate its environmental impact.
On April 5, 2018, a semi-truck hauling a refrigerated trailer struck a concrete barrier and required a spill response in Kent, Washington. Unfortunately, it suffered fuel tank damage and made quite a mess in the northbound lane on the I-5. Team Pro-Enviro responded to the call.
When an accident involves a spill, an emergency spill response is essential. Vehicle spills can cause more damage than just in the accident sight, especially if it spreads to the surrounding area.