Ground a gas meter?
I am selling my home and the buyer had an inspector come and look at the house. In his notes he said the gas meter needed to be grounded.
None of the homes in my neighborhood have grounds on the gas meters. We are fed underground by plastic pipe. The plastic pipe joins to a metal pipe at the meter and from there on throughout the house the gas line is cast iron pipe.
As far as I can see there is no other grounding of the gas lines other than indirect grounding where the cast iron pipe is attached to various appliances.
The ground wires I do see going to the copper rod in the ground are attached to my breaker box, the telephone access box and the cable TV access box.
So do I get this gas meter grounded (and alert the HOA for the other homes) or suggest the inspector brush up on his electrical code?