In this incident, on April 1, 2022, a semi-truck and trailer were in an accident with a bus. The resulting accident resulted in significant damage to the truck. The accident also caused damage to the fuel tank, which led to a diesel fuel spill on the road.
Fuel Spill Clean Up
In this incident, on May 24, 2022, a refer trailer had a spill accident where it spilled diesel fuel all over the ground at a shipping and receiving yard in Lacey, WA. Some of the fuel also got into a nearby storm drain, which needed quick handling. Team Pro-Enviro arrived quickly at the scene with the necessary equipment to handle the job fuel spill cleanup.
On May 2, 2019, Team Pro-Tow was called to a semi-truck accident near Auburn, WA. The truck had overturned, and its trailer was carrying a whole load of steel that weighed more than 70,000 lbs. This wreck would be a challenging semi-truck accident recovery.
On May 13, 2021, we received a call regarding a hydraulic fluid spill at a construction site that needed immediate cleanup. Team Pro-Enviro quickly prepared all the necessary equipment and supplies and rushed to the location.
On June 11, 2021, a commercial box truck went into the ditch and climbed up the embankment. It then rolled over onto the driver’s side of the truck. The accident smashed the cab and the fuel tank, causing a significant spill in the ditch and surrounding area. The accident was blocking one side of the SR167 at Tukwila, WA and required immediate truck and spill recovery.
On June 6, 2021, an accident involving a semi-tractor trailer needed an extensive fuel spill response. When Team Pro-Enviro got there, we connected with the Department of Ecology to properly assess the spill cleanup. First, would apply an absorbent on the paved area to soak up the fuel and stop any additional contaminants from leaking into the soil.
In this incident, on May 30th, 2021, A semi-truck and trailer driving through a local building and supply store parking lot left a huge mess when it leaked diesel fuel. The leaking truck left a stream of diesel along the front of the building. The stream of fuel extended through the parking lot, the drive and down the street.
On February 26th, 2021, In this load recovery incident, we received a call from a customer on the WB I-90 exit 47 with a damaged trailer and impacted fuel lines. He explained his snow chain snapping caused the damage. Approximately 10-20 gallons of fuel were leaking on the roadway. On top of that, he was carrying a 38,000 lb load of expensive frozen beef. All-around speedy recovery was in order.