On April 23, 2021, we received an emergency dispatch from Washington State Police (WSP) involving a bobtail tractor collision. With little other information provided, we responded with a C-class heavy-duty wrecker.
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.
We received a request for a cleanup on the corner of W. Valley Hwy and S. 277th Street in Kent, WA. A tractor that had spilled 30 gallons of diesel into the ditch. Our team responded with an Environmental Spill Response Vehicle, class E-truck equipped with a mobile evacuator trailer, spill barrels, and other necessary equipment.
Team Pro-Enviro often gets called to help with accidents when a spill is involved, and cleanup is in order. Whether big or small, we can handle any job. We can also help with spills off the road and in the shop.
When your vehicle is in working order, and your journey goes without a hitch, there's no reason to expect a problem to occur. But issues can pop up without warning, and when they do, you need the right help for the situation. Not all accidents or incidents need heavy-duty towing or transport services. Sometimes an accident involves a leak or spill or shifted cargo that's becoming a risk.
In this incident, on February 2nd, 20201 Team Pro-Enviro worked with Team Pro-Tow to help with an emergency dispatch. The rescue involved an overturned tractor and trailer with broken bottles that needed a spill recovery. The casualty needed towing, and the rest involved spill recovery work. We dispatched a heavy-duty rotating crane-style wrecker, heavy-duty recovery wrecker, equipment support vehicle, and any additional labor as needed.
In this emergency incident, on May 29th, 2020, we received a call about an overturned heavy-duty truck and trailer. The incident had also resulted in a fluid leak from the vehicle. We contacted the deputy at the scene but only got limited photos of the incident. Working with the information we had, we brought a heavy-duty rotating crane-style wrecker, motor vehicle spill response vehicle, flatbed recovery tow truck, and emergency response incident commander.