Day: April 19, 2018

Indiana 811 reminds Hoosiers to call before digging during DIY projects

Indiana 811 reminds Hoosiers to call before digging during DIY projects Jim Alexander | WEHT ABC With more springlike weather set to return to Indiana this weekend, Indiana 811 is reminding Hoosiers across the state to make a free call before digging to protect themselves from potentially dangerous underground utility lines. Many homeowners will take …

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Southwest City Schools’ fiber optic internet cables taken out by gunfire

Southwest City Schools’ fiber optic internet cables taken out by gunfire Steve Levine | WSYX ABC 6 Columbus Police now searching for a gunman who shot at cables that connect two Southwest City Schools with Internet service. “The damage was the result of a gunshot,” said Todd Hurley, Grove City Information Services Director. Hurley says his office …

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Emergency shutdown and pump failures preceded Auckland fuel pipeline rupture

Emergency shutdown and pump failures preceded Auckland fuel pipeline rupture Tom Pullar-Strecker | Stuff Refining NZ spokesman Greg McNeill said the emergency shutdown was caused by a maintenance worker who accidently triggered a fire alarm at a pumping station part way along the 170 kilometre pipeline. Two of the three pumps that were installed part …

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Women in Power: The future of the sector’s leadership

Women in Power: The future of the sector’s leadership Krysti Shallenberger | Utility Dive The country is in the throes of a reckoning in the workforce. Politicians, media stars, executives and journalists have come under fire for alleged misbehavior in the workplace. In turn that led to social media campaigns, like the #MeToo hashtag, and …

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