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Honeoye Storage Corp 4511 Egypt Road, Canandaigua, NY 14424 Phone: (585) 229 - 5161  |  Fax: (585) 229 - 2015
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Honeoye Storage's pipeline public awareness program is designed to enhance public safety by increasing the public's knowledge regarding pipeline locations and various safety issues. Through sharing information with property owners, businesses, excavators, emergency responders, public officials and other interested parties.
  The objectives of Honeoye’s Public Awareness Program are To educate both our customers and non-customers who live or work near our pipelines how to recognize the odor of natural gas and how to respond if they detect possible gas odors. Early recognition of gas odor and proper response can save lives.   To raise the awareness of the affected public and key stakeholders of the presence of buried natural gas pipelines in the communities we serve. A more informed public will also understand that they have a significant role in helping to prevent third-party damage accidents.   To help excavators understand the steps that they can make to prevent third-party damage and respond properly if they cause damage to our pipelines.   To help emergency response agencies, that may assist, in an emergency understand the proper actions to take in response to a gas release or emergency.
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It only takes one phone call, to 811, to get the process started to have your underground pipelines and utilities marked. Once your pipelines and utilities are marked you can dig safely. Best of all it is FREE!
Even minor excavation can cause damage to underground pipeline and utilities. Remember to always contact your One- call center before any excavation, it’s the law. More information can be found at www.call811.com.