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Two tips for a safe summer

The joys of summer barbecues and swimming pools are such a treat—but after a long winter, be sure to inspect outdoor appliances for broken or damaged connections. Whether inside or out, knowing the signs of a natural gas leak can also keep you and your loved ones safe.

Signs of a natural gas leak inside could include:
•    A distinctive rotten egg or sulphur-like odour.
•    Appliances that are hissing even when turned off.
•    Suddenly feeling dizzy, faint or nauseous.
Signs of a natural gas leak outside could include:
•    A distinctive rotten egg or sulphur-like odour.
•    A hissing or whistling sound.
•    A patch of dying vegetation among healthy plants.
•    Bubbles in puddles or mud.
If you experience any of these signs, call Enbridge or your supplier immediately to report a leak. Natural gas is not poisonous, but it is flammable—never smoke or start any motors near the leak.

Let’s keep everyone safe from dog bites
If your meter is in a backyard or somewhere accessible to your dog, please remember to leash or keep your dog inside when we visit your property. Consider posting a sign to alert us that a dog may be present. These simple steps help keep our employees safe—and your pet, too.