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A public gas system meets the energy needs of the homes and businesses in your community. It also provides benefits that include local control, competitive costs, customer service and economic benefits. View
View a map of all 1000+ publicly- and community-owned natural gas systems in the United States (members' only page). View
Natural gas can also be a very safe way to cook. Both the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) do not consider gas ranges a major contributor to negative indoor air quality (IAQ) or a health hazard for consumers. View
Between 1940 and 1965, hundreds of communities began operating gas utilities to serve their citizens and commercial establishments. View
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View the largest public gas systems by throughput volume in the country. View
Through APGA, public gas systems work together to keep our members reliably informed about new developments in safety, public policy, operations, technology, and the marketplace that could affect the communities and consumers they serve. View
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