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    October 17, 2018
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What you should know about natural gas? atural gas safety is easy Just follow your nose! venting are always in perfect working order, unobstructed, and properly fitted. Gas is a marvelous servant. Keeping children safe is one good reason the natural gas industry has placed an odor in gas. When you "smell" natural gas, it is an additive to alert you to the possible danger of a gas leak. Whether you use it for cooking, to heat water, dry clothes, heat or air-condition your house, natural gas is a marvelous servant, especially when conserved and used properly. Gas is dependable. Natural gas has That distinctive odor, which smells like rotten eggs, is a harmless chemical which is added to natural gas so you can detect even Don't lighta match or flip a switch! Dheitate to call GCU at any time, the smallest amount which might escape. I If you sme the odor rising intensely, day or night, if you detect the odor which smells bad; but that's good! Natural gas has or it seems to be everywhere, call the gas identifies natural gas. Our service personnel no odor of its own. Everyone should be able company immediately. If you are indoors, are available at (928) 485-2451 or call 911 to recognize the natural gas industry's buil eave the premises immediately. Don't light Your safety is our first priority in safety signal. Look for the source. If you ever detect faint whiffs of this odor, An interesting fact is that natural gas is investigate. If possible, "follow your nose" to not poisonous. It does not contain carbon the source. It may be only a pilot light that's out, monoxide, the cause of so-called "gas or a burner valve partially turned on- something poisoning." However, when burning gas easily and safely corrected. If the source of the gas cannot be located or if produced by lack of air, improperly working the odor persists, call Graham County Utiities appliances or poor flue conditions. As a basic at (928) 485-2451 or call 91 for assistance. precaution, be sure that flue connections and a safety record that is outstanding, GCU personnel work hard to keep it that way a match or switch anything on or off. Then go to the nearest telephone and call us COUNTY or any fuel, carbon monoxide can be GAS WATER PIMA ARIZ