Just curious how many of you have tried these water and sand dikes, and most if not all of the drain covers? It seems to me that they are for the most part unaffective. Water filled dikes are a joke. They dont dike anything and leak and tear. Sand dikes work a little better but if a drain was anywhere near, you might as well not even put it down. The water filled drain covers do not work. Water seeps under them and not even a fraction of that water can be recovered. I have used the soft compound type drain covers that work but they are several hundred dollars each and are easily ruined if folded together or left in the sunlight too long. The vacubooms work great SOMETIMES, most of the time, the suction isnt right or the pump out kicks on and it stopps sucking and all that flow goes right underneath ruining any chance of a full recovery. I'm just curious if anyone is a little worried with the industry leaders pushing all this enviro stuff when we dont really have good enough equipment on the market to contain the wash water anyway. You can build all this great looking equipment to suck, filter, discharge, treat, and all that good stuff but how exactly do you plan on us capturing it? I've been in the business just as long as most of you old timers and I've tried everything out there just to contain the flow. I just want to warn some of you enviro talkers, you may be getting in over your head a little, get out and try some of your methods before pushing them. Same goes for you distributors... If anyone is hearing me, I am yelling. I know most of you have your business name on the line and want to appear like you recover. I understand that. I really do. But...I laugh everytime I see someone here talk about how they recover properly. I'd like to see some of that recovery process, not where the water flows to a drain like in a bathtub, common applications where it goes everywhere, the earth is round.... I dont mean to sound like an ass, I'm just not in some cloud thinking this is as easy as most of the distributors want you to believe it is. My 2 cents.