We received a call about a hydraulic fluid spill incident at the Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane. Our spill recovery team quickly headed to the location with the necessary Pro-Enviro equipment and assessed the situation to make a plan.
In this interesting incident, on September 6th, 2020, Pro-Enviro arrived at the scene of an overturned and fully-loaded truck and trailer in Sumner, WA. The truck was now blocking the roadway and carrying a unique load that had spilled onto the roadway. It looked like salt, but the Sumner Police Department identified it as a kind of animal feed.
On February 10th, 2020 Pro Enviro was called to the scene of a parked bus at the Spokane Greyhound terminal that had a significant fuel leak. It required a spill cleanup. First, we had to deal with the bus. Once the leak was contained and no longer a hazard, our Pro-Tow 24 Hour Towing division hooked up the bus and removed it from the terminal.
In this incident on August 5th, 2020, Pro-Enviro responded to an emergency dispatch regarding a semi-truck and semi-trailer blocking the SR167. The truck was leaking fuel as well, but Team Pro-Enviro was quick to respond. We arrived on the scene with two heavy-duty trucks and immediately assessed the situation and reported to the incident command post.
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.