Details for SW GAS/MASS MEDIA - Ad from 2018-10-13
TRUST your senses... Signs of a natural gas leak to identify a natural gas leak: SMELL a distinct sulfur-like odor, similar to rotten eggs, even if it’s faint or momentary. HEAR a hissing or roaring coming from the ground or above-ground pipeline. SEE dirt or water blowing into the air, unexplained dead or dying grass or plants, or standing water continuously bubbling. paiutepipeline.com Suspect a leak: • Exit the area or building immediately. Tell others to evacuate and leave doors open. • From a safe place, call 911 AND your local natural gas company or Paiute Pipeline at 800-624-2153, day or night. A Paiute Pipeline representative will be there as soon as possible. • Don’t smoke or use matches or lighters. • Don’t turn on or off any electrical switches, thermostats, or appliance controls, or do anything that can cause a spark. • Don’t start or stop an engine, or use an automated door.