Call Before You Dig - Sunshine State One Call (This is State Law)
To educate our customers how to recognize the odor of natural gas and how to respond if they detect possible gas odors. Early recognition of a gas odor and proper response can save lives.
To raise the awareness of the affected public and key stakeholders of the presence of buried natural gas pipelines in the communities we serve. A more informed public will also understand what steps that they can take to prevent third party damage and respond properly if they cause damage to our pipelines.
To help excavators understand the steps that they can take to prevent third party damage and respond properly if they cause damage to our pipelines.
To educate the public on the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and the appropriate treatment should CO poisoning be suspected.
To educate the public about the protection of gas meters from damage by falling objects or other hazards.
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Check your gas meter often to be sure there is no damage from falling limbs or any other debris. Always keep your meter clear from plants, shrubs, and other obstacles.
It makes the meter easier to read
It allows easier access for maintenance or an emergency