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CGA Sep 17
Keeping communities safe and connected as you start rebuilding from is so important. Always a few days before digging during storm recovery efforts and any other time to prevent accidental damage to underground .
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JULIE, Inc. Sep 17
Planning to dig? Remember to call 8-1-1 at least 2 business days before you dig. The call is free and easy. You simply need some basic information about the digging project which you can find at .
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Tamar Sarkissian Aug 11
Today is National , reminding everyone to before any digging project - large or small. This free and simple call helps prevent homeowners and contractors from striking underground lines. Be safe, dig safe!
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Knoxville Utilities Board Feb 8
Why is it important to before you dig? Why does KUB have a tree pruning program? Find out in this segment with . If you would like to request an electric safety demonstration for your school or community group, visit .
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NW Natural Aug 11
A good reminder from from our friend, Barley, to always before you dig.
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Alberta One-Call Jul 22
When digging in Alberta or anywhere in Canada, always . does not work in 🇨🇦 but does.
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PG&E Aug 11
PG&E’s Dig-In Reduction Team (aptly named DiRT) is out every day to prevent dig-ins before they occur and to investigate those that have already happened. "Ride-along” w/ DiRT team member Frank Grgurina as he works to help keep the communities we serve safe
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Call Before You Dig Sep 14
Please visit and click on New User to register. Once you have submitted your contact details you will receive an email with further instructions on how to access the service.
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CenterPoint Energy 19h
If you're cleaning up after , think & before any digging project; don't place debris against your meter & stay alert for the smell of gas. Share these :
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Carolyn Bloodworth Aug 11
Today is an important day in our industry!!
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Southern Star 4h
Fall is just around the corner, which means cooler weather for completing those DIY projects. Before digging into the ground for a weekend home improvement project, always remember to first. #811
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Paul Moreno Aug 11
August 11 is are you digging in your yard or excavating in streets? three biz days before digging to ID underground utilities and keep your community safe. ⁦
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PG&E Aug 11
Today is National , reminding us all to before any digging project, no matter how large or small. Be safe, dig safe. #811
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MN Energy Resources Sep 16
If you plan to dig on a Saturday, by Wednesday to allow time for your underground utilities to be marked for free. Please take this step to keep you, your family and your community safe.
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Dominion Energy Apr 9
Catching up on yard projects? Remember to before picking up a shovel. Once lines are marked, dig carefully to ensure a safe project and avoid additional strain on first responders. Employee, Trevor, will show you how to dig safely.
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Indy Office of Sustainability Apr 23
While you , it's the time to start spring gardens. 🌷🌳🌱🌷🌳🌱 says Be Extra Careful - Call 811 before you dig
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Marathon Petroleum Apr 17
Digging into projects while at home this weekend? Before you put a shovel in the ground, visit or call 811 to request to have underground lines located and marked. 🇺🇸 Take it from John ⬇️
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Georgia 811 Aug 11
Happy 8/11 Day! If your plans involve dreaming up your next DIY projects remember to always before starting if any digging is required! It's easy and it's free! For more information visit
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Williams Aug 11
To promote National 811 Day in our headquarters city of Tulsa, Okla., we lit up our building with 811. It’s important to know what’s below and always call 811 before you dig for any project large or small.
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Public Power Aug 11
Today is ! Help avoid serious injury, property damage and significant expenses all caused by underground utility damage. Whether it's home gardening or worksite excavating, before each and every dig.
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