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55 SW Ash Street, Portland, OR 97204
April 9, 2012 -- During the month of April, Portland Fire & Rescue is partnering with NW Natural Gas to bring citizens information on how to make a safe fuel even safer.
Video courtesy of NW Natural
Visit NW Natural online at https://www.nwnatural.com
Do You Detect a Rotten Egg or Sulfur Odor?
In its normal state, natural gas is odorless. For easy detection, NW Natural injects an odorant called mercaptan into the gas before it is inserted into the distribution system. Mercaptan gives off a foul smell, reminiscent of rotten eggs or sulfur. Any odor of natural gas inside your home or business may indicate a leak. If you SMELL rotten eggs, leave the area or GO and LET US KNOW by calling 9-1-1.
If You Detect a Natural Gas Leak
Learn more by visiting the NW Natural Gas website at https://www.nwnatural.com/.