Atlanta Gas Light is proud to be part of the greater Atlanta community and provide natural gas service on behalf of certified marketers to the millions of people who call it home. To ensure the continuing safety and reliability of Atlanta Gas Light’s pipeline system, older pipes are being replaced with state-of-the-art plastic and steel pipes. These enhancements are part of our Pipeline Replacement Program (PRP), a 15-year project that started in 1998 to replace more than 2,700 miles of bare steel and cast-iron natural gas pipeline in Georgia.
In late summer 2011, we began environmental studies and surveying for the new Eastside Pipeline project. This pipeline will be a new 24-inch coated steel transmission line, approximately 28 miles long, that connects our Riverdale liquefied natural gas facility in Clayton County to a connection point in our transmission system near the intersection of Buford Highway and Clairmont Road in DeKalb County. Results of the survey and environmental studies will determine the final route of the Eastside Pipeline. Property owners along the route will receive a letter with information about survey activities.
Construction will start in 2012 and we will notify residents along the route before construction begins.
As with all of our construction projects, safety is our top priority. Great care will be taken in all phases of the project from beginning to end in each neighborhood. We will make every effort to minimize inconveniences to property owners along the route.
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