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Southwest Gas Corp Aug 8
Sunday is Day, a great time to be reminded about the importance of calling 811 at least two days prior to digging. Whether you're a homeowner or professional excavator, one call to 811 before you dig gets underground utility-owned lines marked for FREE.
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PHMSA Aug 9
Countdown to 8/11 day, safe digging tip number 5: If you’re unable to maintain the utility’s markings for the duration of your project, you should call 811 for a re-mark!
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SCE Aug 8
🌼 Are you working on a yard project? Be sure to call 811 before you dig.
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Louisiana 811 23h
Thanks Ironman Industrial LLC for supporting Louisiana 811 by putting our decals on your machines! They look great!
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MLGW 2h
Hit an underground utility line and you can cause serious injury, even death to yourself or someone nearby. It’s not worth the risk. Every digging project requires a call to 811.
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Eastcom Associates Aug 16
Did you know?! This is pretty shocking stuff! Be careful out there and be sure to !
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Ryan C. White Aug 11
Celebrating 811 day in Tahoe City with the fam, came across this pipeline market not too far from the lake! Great reminder to no matter where you are!
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Wolverine Pipe Line Aug 14
Help spread the word about the importance of calling 811! An underground utility line is damaged once every few minutes because someone didn’t call 811.
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Flint Hills Resources Pine Bend refinery Aug 14
Even with the grey sky & rain, this year's "811 Call Before You Dig" 5K Run was a success. We all need to call 811 before starting any landscaping, building or agricultural project - there may be utility lines in the area. Keep your families and neighbors safe.
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Consumers Energy 22h
It doesn’t matter whether the dig is large or small, call at least 3 days before your project to be sure that you .
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Upper Uwchlan Township Aug 16
Reminder for homeowners and contractors: Call 811 before you dig! This is the first step in making sure your excavation project proceeds safely. ☎️➡️⛏️
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DEMCOLouisiana Aug 11
When should someone ? • Lines need to be marked for each separate project, such as installing a rural mailbox, putting up a fence, planting trees or building a deck. • Even if you’ve hired a contractor, make sure the contractor calls 811 to have lines marked.
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Sharp Energy Aug 11
Celebrate 8/11 Day by cheering on to victory as he races the No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford during the Consumer’s Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway today with the 811 logo aboard, reminding NASCAR fans to always Call 811 before digging!
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DEMCOLouisiana Aug 11
There are more than 20 million miles of underground utilities in the United States. That figure equates to more than one football field’s length (105 yards) of buried utilities for every man, woman and child in the United States. Know what’s below, always before digging!
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Mr. Diggs Aug 16
Why is digging a hole not a good way to entertain yourself? Because it's bore-ing! 😎 I should probably mine my own business, but not reminding you to on would be a grave mistake.
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Wolverine Pipe Line Aug 12
Yesterday was National 811 Day! An underground utility line is damaged once every few minutes because someone didn’t call 811 – make sure to notify before you dig!
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Consumers Energy Aug 11
Calling 8-1-1 before digging is an easy way to stay safe by reducing the chance of damaging underground utilities. Every project, every time, call . Spread the word this 8/11 Day and help keep your community safe!
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811 Marketing Aug 13
Before you contact 811, you should first premark your excavation site. This tells the utility locators where you plan on digging. Premarking should always be done in white. If working at a single point, like removing a tree, draw a circle around the planned dig area
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JULIE1call Aug 16
Red Flag. Blue Flag. Yellow and Green. Ever wonder what all the color flags along the roadside or in your backyard mean? Our member utilities each use a color to represent the location of a specific type of buried utility.
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USA North 811 Aug 15
We had another packed house with over 200 attendees at our annual Bakersfield Safety Breakfast! 🙌Thank you to our sponsors that made this event possible: , Crimson Pipeline, Midway Sunset Cogeneration, , & West Valley Construction
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