How to Report Methane Gas Emissions
On July 31, 2017, SoCalGas resumed injections of methane gas into the Aliso Canyon Gas Storage facility. Immediately afterward, the Fence Line Monitoring system detected a doubling of the amount of methane gas leaking from the storage facility. Alarmingly, we also heard from the Department of Public Health that many residents were reporting symptoms again being experienced. Symptoms such as headaches, nosebleeds, shortness of breath, drowsiness, nausea, and confusion are just some of those being reported.
It is very important to report any symptoms you are experiencing to our office, the Department of Public Health (213-738-3220) and the Air Quality Management District (1-800-CUT-Smog).
We understand how difficult this has been for so many of you. Your hard work with providing information to us is what will become the ammunition for the strongest of arguments on your behalf. We are here for you when you have any questions or need further information.Return to articles