Sludge removal from in-ground OWS.
Our work helps protect our heartland's beautiful streams and lakes.
Diesel fuel release vacuum removal of impacted water.
When accidents occurs, the wildlife of our region depend on our best efforts to clean up.
Hot sauce release response. We have the equipment and manpower for the fastest cleanup possible.
Sludge removal from an above-ground
Confined space entry assessment of an OWS.
Our region is abundant in wildlife; the flora and fauna deserve our best environmental efforts.
Guzzler vac truck; 2,000-gallon Guzzler High Rail equipped.
Compliance 1 is right in the heart of the Ozarks. The beauty of our region is amazing and merits our best environmental efforts.
Installation of silt fence following coal train derailment.
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C1 was called to respond to a release of hot sauce from two tanker cars in a rail-yard in Missouri.
The pepper sauce in these two cars begun fermentation, which resulted in the build-up of pressure and caused the material to be released from pressure valves on top of the cars. One of the tanker cars released material covering an area 30 feet by 100 feet and approximately 4 inches deep. The release from the second car was limited to the top of that car.
To relieve the pressure in these tank cars and prevent additional release of pepper sauce, we removed approximately 800 gallons from each tank car via their bottom outlet valves and three-inch cam locks using a vacuum truck. This material was off-loaded onto roll-off containers and solidified with oil dry. The product released to the ground and the impacted railroad ballast was removed with shovels and a truck-mounted Guzzler.
This material was placed into a temporary berm where it was solidified and then placed in roll-off containers.
Approximately 14 tons of solidified material and ballast was properly disposed as a result of this release.
123Clean up of hot sauce release from two tanker cars
in a rail-yard in Missouri.Pepper sauce in two cars begun fermentation. Pressure build-up caused the material to be released. One of the tanker cars released material covering an area 30 feet by 100 feet and approximately 4 inches deep.Material was placed into a temporary berm where it was solidified. 14 tons of solidified material and ballast was properly disposed.
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Carl Junction, Missouri 64834
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