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Atlanta and Company Interview With Cliff Meidl

  In the video above, Georgia 811 spokesperson Cliff Meidl shared his amazing story and the importance of calling before you dig on Atlanta and Company on WXIA 11 Alive on Friday, March 15, 2013. You can also view the safety video he filmed with Georgia 811 here: Georgia 811 PSAs   “On November 19th, […]

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Georgia 811 Wins Flat Shiner Contest

Shiner, the real dog, is the Mayor of Duluth’s Chattapoochie Dog Park. He loves to get out and meet the people who live and work in Duluth. Since there is no way for one dog to be everywhere at the same time, he held a contest in preparation for Mayor Nancy Harris’ State of the […]

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2013 Excavation Safety Guide & Directory

Special Georgia Edition   Inside this downloadable magazine is valuable information about safe digging here in Georgia and across the US and Canada.  This is the electronic version what was mailed out  to excavators across Georgia who had contacted us in 2012.  Below is an outline of the topics covered in this comprehensive guide.   […]

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Cliff Meidl Interview

January 1, 2013 – Two time Olympian Cliff Meidl speaks with Talk Business 360 about calling 811 before you dig and his own experience recovering from a severe injury due to striking underground electrical lines. To listen to the full interview, click the logo below.  

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EDEN Maintenance

Duluth, GA – August 31, 2012 – Georgia 811 will be conducting scheduled EDEN maintenance on Thursday, September 6, from 9:00pm until 6:00am. During this time all EDEN services will be unavailable: including EDEN web entry, PRIS (telnet, web), EDEN Mobile App, and the call center will be unable to create and transmit locate requests. […]

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End of Support for PRIS Telnet Protocol

Duluth, GA – July 26th, 2012 – Please be advised that Georgia 811’s Lifecycle for the PRIS Telnet protocol will come to an end on December 31, 2012. At that time, GA811 will no longer support the telnet protocol as a means to respond to Locate Request Notifications (tickets).   GA811 is ending support for […]

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