DOT says pipelines must participate in existing One Call Systems

Barlas, S.
January 1998
Underground Construction;Jan1998, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the US Department of Trade's directive for the country's pipeline companies to participate in a one call system in their area. Need for the system to be qualified; Effectivity of the directive; Provisions of the one-call bill for pipeline companies with regards to their excavation operations.


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