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Digging without locating buried utility lines can cause injury, disrupt service and result in fines and repair costs. To ensure you don’t run into problems, call 811 before you begin any digging project. The nationwide 811 One-Call program provides prompt, efficient notification to participating utilities to mark underground line locations in the vicinity of your project.
Call 811 at least two to three business days before digging. It's Free. It's Easy. It's the law.
A natural gas leak can be hazardous not only to your residence, but also to your health. And that’s why it’s important to recognize the signs of a leak so you can leave before a problem occurs. Often natural gas has been adjusted by the utility company to contain a strong odorant—helping you recognize its release by a foul, rotten egg smell. Other signs of a release can also be present. Listen for sounds similar to hissing or roaring and look for fizzy standing water in the pipeline area that appears to be “boiling”. If you notice these or other unusual conditions, leave immediately.
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Persistent bubbling in standing water or discolored vegetation are signs of a possible leak around the pipeline area. A pool of liquid on the ground; a dense white cloud or fog; a slight mist of ice; or unexplained frozen ground near the pipeline are also possible signs.
Keep alert for any unusual noise like a hissing or roaring sound.
Notice any strange or unusual odor like petroleum or rotten eggs.
If you identify suspected pipeline issues or a leak on a Continuum system, notify Continuum Energy immediately at 877.587.0026.