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Hazmat Spill Glenwood Springs Colorado | ECOS

On Monday September 18th, 2016, ECOS Environmental & Disaster Restoration (“ECOS”) Responded To A Hazmat Spill In Glenwood Springs Colorado.  ECOS Senior Hazmat Spill Project Manager, Matt Drymon, Responded To The Accident & Quickly Started The Remediation Process To Limit Damages To Glenwood Springs Residents & Our Environment.  Matt Organized A Team Of ECOS Hazmat Professionals To Start The Clean-Up Of The Spill Site and commented, “Thank you today to all of the ECOS professionals for your hard work, especially Dave B., Alan S., Jerrod L., Mason C., and Luke C.  This ECOS crew did a great job cleaning up oil, diesel, and trash spread down a very steep embankment where a rope was used to get up and down.  Team work like this makes me very proud to be apart of ECOS & our Hazmat Team.”

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Hazmat Spill Glenwood Springs Colorado | The Post Independent Newspaper Article (Below).  By Clicking On The Following Article Title, You Can Access More Information About This Hazmat Spill From The Post Independent Newspaper…..

Garbage truck tumbles, driver able to walk away

The driver sustained “bumps and bruises” but otherwise escaped relatively unscathed, according to Shawn Parsons, fleet maintenance manager for Mountain Waste and Recycling Inc., which owns the truck. Colorado River Fire Rescue took the driver to Valley View Hospital for treatment.

Parsons said the accident occurred shortly after 1 p.m. and the vehicle was hauling residential trash to the South Canyon Landfill.

South Canyon Road, also known as County Road 134, will be closed from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday while crews retrieve the garbage truck. This requires a closure of the landfill while the work is being conducted, said King Lloyd, landfill superintendent.

There will also be a single-lane closure beginning at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday while a crew from Mountain Waste and Recycling pumps hydraulic fluid and diesel fuel from the disabled vehicle.

Parsons said ECOS Environmental will be conducting a preliminary evaluation of the site on Tuesday, as well as additional testing before the truck is moved.

“We want to make sure nothing got away from us,” Parsons said.

Blaine Ward Towing of Glenwood Springs will retrieve the truck, and measures were taken on Monday by Glenwood Springs Fire Department to capture any hydrocarbons that may have entered the creek.


Hazmat Spill Glenwood Springs Colorado | ECOS Environmental

ECOS Responded Quickly From Glenwood Springs Office Located At 6690 Highway 82 Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601:

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