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Mayor Senter Joins NIPSCO to Promote Nat. Safe Digging Month

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April 22, 2014
Mayor Senter Joins NIPSCO to Promote Nat. Safe Digging Month

 April is National Safe Digging Month and the start of many outdoor projects.  Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter and NIPSCO urge Plymouth residents and businesses to help protect the public from serious risk or injury by calling 811 two business days before starting any digging project to have underground utility lines marked.   In addition...
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April Marks Important Safety Reminder about Digging Projects

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April 7, 2014
April Marks Important Safety Reminder about Digging Projects

With April marking National Safe Digging Month and the start of many outdoor projects, NIPSCO urges residents and businesses to help protect the public from serious risk or injury by calling 811 two business days before starting any digging project to have underground utility lines marked. In addition to the risk of serious injury,...
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AVOID GAS LEAKS AND OTHER SAFETY ISSUES BY CALLING 811 BEFORE DIGGING

June 25, 2012
AVOID GAS LEAKS AND OTHER SAFETY ISSUES BY CALLING 811 BEFORE DIGGING

  06/26/12 Last Friday marked the beginning of summer, and outdoor digging and construction projects are in full swing.  To help you stay safe, NIPSCO encourages its customers, businesses and local communities to use the Indiana 811 call-before-you-dig phone number to help locate underground utility lines two days before any digging project begins. This...
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HELP AVOID A POTENTIAL DANGER BY CALLING 811 TWO DAYS BEFORE DIGGING

April 4, 2011
HELP AVOID A POTENTIAL DANGER BY CALLING 811 TWO DAYS BEFORE DIGGING

04/05/11 Last year, Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) recorded 954 instances, or nearly three times per day, where an underground natural gas pipeline was unintentionally struck by a third-party contractor, homeowner or other outside party – a potentially dangerous accident that is avoidable.  That’s why NIPSCO is joining Gov. Mitch Daniels and the...
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