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  • Call 811 Before You Dig
  • We need your help in preventing damage to our pipelines. One of the most common causes of pipeline damage is when a third party digs, blasts or drills near a pipeline. If you plan to dig or do any type of excavation or construction work, federal and state law requires you to call your local state One-Call Center. An Enterprise Products representative will locate and mark the underground pipeline at no cost to you.

    Call 811 before you:

    Excavate Grade
    Auger Bore
    Tunnel Dredge
    Install water or sewer lines, septic systems or drains Install drain tile
    Install telephone, TV or cable lines Cut or deepen ditches
    Blast for clearing Dig postholes
    Repair or rebuild roads or driveways Plant trees or shrubs
    Build homes or additions Install swimming pools

    Any activity near or on a pipeline route can potentially cause damage to the line. If you plan to dig, blast or engage in any other activity that could damage our pipeline (or any pipeline), please contact your local One-Call Center before you dig, please call:

    State One-Call Numbers:

    State One-Call Number One-Call Web Site
    Alabama 811 or 800-292-8525 www.al1call.com
    Arkansas 811 or 800-482-8998 www.arkonecall.com
    Colorado 811 or 800-922-1987 www.colorado811.org
    Georgia 811 or 800-282-7411 www.georgia811.com
    Indiana 811 or 800-382-5544 www.indiana811.org/
    Illinois (Chicago) 811 or 312-744-7000 ipi.cityofchicago.org/Digger
    Illinois (Outside of Chicago) 811 or 800-892-0123 www.illinois1call.com
    Iowa 811 or 800-292-8989 www.iowaonecall.com
    Kansas 811 or 800-Dig-Safe800-344-7233 www.kansasonecall.com
    Kentucky 811 or 800-752-6007 www.kentucky811.org
    Louisiana 811 or 800-272-3020 www.laonecall.com
    Minnesota 811 or 800-252-1166 www.gopherstateonecall.org
    Mississippi 811 or 800-227-6477 www.ms811.org
    Missouri 811 or 800-344-7483 www.mo1call.com
    Nebraska 811 or 800-331-5666 www.ne1call.com
    New Mexico 811 or 800-321-Alert800-321-2537 www.nm811.org
    New York (North of 5 Boroughs) 811 or 800-962-7962 www.digsafelynewyork.com
    New York (5 Boroughs and Long Island) 811 or 800-524-7603 www.newyork-811.com
    North Carolina 811 or 800-632-4949 www.nc811.org
    Ohio 811 or 800-362-2764 www.oups.org
    Oklahoma 811 or 800-522-6543 www.okie811.org
    Pennsylvania 811 or 800-242-1776 www.pa1call.org
    South Carolina 811 or 888-721-7877 www.sc811.org
    Tennessee 811 or 800-351-1111 www.tenn811.com
    Texas 811 811 or 800-344-8377 www.texas811.org
    Texas Lone Star 811 or 800-545-6005 www.lonestar811.com
    Utah 811 or 800-662-4111 www.bluestakes.org
    West Virginia 811 or 800-245-4848 www.wv811.com
    Wisconsin 811 or 800-242-8511 www.diggershotline.com
    Wyoming 811 or 800-849-2476 www.onecallofwyoming.com

    The Plan Is Simple

    • Call your State's One-Call Center at least two working days before excavation is scheduled to begin. Please note that some states may require 72 hours before excavation.
    • Wait the required amount of time.
    • One of our trained technicians will mark the location of the pipeline at no cost to you.
    • Respect the pipeline markers.
    • Dig with care when working near the tolerance zone.





    Safe excavation practices are key to a successful project and it is important to know that not all pipelines follow a straight line. Enterprise policy requires a Company representative be on site for all excavations that take place within 12 feet of a Company pipeline to ensure safety. The policy also requires hand digging when working within the tolerance zone.

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