March 2019 Energylink

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Visit our Save Money and Energy page to find energy saving programs that can help your business save money now and in the future.

  • Find cash incentives on a variety of high-efficiency equipment to reduce the upfront cost and lower energy use—saving you money year after year.
  • Search our Service Provider Directory for local professionals experienced with Union Gas programs who can help you get started.
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Visit our Save Money and Energy page to find energy efficiency programs and incentives for your business.

If there is a blocked sewer or septic pipe outside the walls of your business, call Ontario One Call toll-free at 1-800-400-2255 before you, a contractor or plumber try clearing it.

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  • Service is fast and free.
  • Calls are high priority. Ontario One Call immediately notifies service providers who will send a representative over to verify if there is a cross bore on your building’s property.
  • If a cross bore is found, the sewer line will be fixed at no cost.
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What is a cross bore?

Underground natural gas pipes unintentionally installed through sewer or septic pipes are called cross bores, and can be dangerous as the equipment used to unclog blockages can easily break a natural gas pipe and lead to a gas leak.

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Visit our Sewer Safety page to learn more and watch a video on sewer safety.