A semi-tractor and trailer caught on fire on the I-90 near Issaquah, WA on March 7, 2020. Both Team Pro-Enviro and Pro-Tow were called to the scene to tow the smoked-out tractor and trailer and perform full accident and spill recovery. Because the truck was on fire, there were burned truck parts, debris, and other harmful contaminants on the roadway.
In this incident, Team Pro-Enviro and Team Pro-Tow responded to an emergency call from Washington State Police 911 dispatch about a trailer that had broken apart a firework stand and was blocking lanes on SR18 near Covington, WA. Screws, plywood, roofing materials and various debris were littered across the shoulder and all lanes. Both divisions responded quickly to clear and reopen this busy roadway.
In July of 2018, we were called to a significant truck accident recovery incident on the I-90 near North Bend, Washington. A tractor-trailer had caught on fire and burned completely to the ground. Because of the range of contamination, it needed immediate spill response. Team Pro-Enviro arrived on the scene alongside Pro-Tow 24 Hour Towing, the Washington State Patrol and Washington State Department of Transportation.
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.
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...