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Digging a garden? Building a fence? Planting a tree? Installing a walkway or light standard?

Never assume you know the location or depth of a cable. Call Ontario One Call before you dig!

To request a FREE underground cable locate, contact Ontario One Call:

Avoid danger!
Underground excavation accounts for more than 20 per cent of power line contacts, and the information you get from Ontario One Call can prevent not only costly repairs due to accidental cable dig-ins but it may also save your life.

If you are planning to dig, drill, blast, auger or drive stakes (including fence post spikes) into the ground, it is essential that you call Ontario One Call before you dig.

Ontario One Call will notify all its members who may have underground facilities near or at the proposed dig and arrange for FREE field locates, where appropriate. Please call at least five working days prior to digging to schedule this service. During the busy spring season additional notice may be required.

It's the Law!
Arranging to have underground utilities located before you dig is also the law; reference the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act Construction Projects section 228.

APWA Uniform Color Code

White - Proposed Excavation
Pink - Temporary Survey Markings
Red - Electric Power Lines, Cables, Conduit and Lighting Cables
Yellow - Gas, Oil, Steam, Petroleum or Gaseous Materials
Orange - Communication, Alarm or Signal Lines, Cables or Conduit
Blue - Potable Water
Purple - Reclaimed Water, Irrigation and Slurry Lines
Green - Sewer and Drain Lines

District Energy Locate Procedures

The District Energy System can be located by contacting Ontario One Call.

District Energy Windsor (DEW) offers a district heating and cooling service to the Windsor downtown core community. District heating is delivered in the form of hot water with a maximum temperature of between 85 and 117°C (243°F) under a pressure of up to 203 psig.

District cooling is delivered in the form of chilled water with a minimum temperature of between 2.2 and 3.9°C (36-39°F)under a pressure of up to 150 psig.

Contact Ontario One Call before you dig!

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