No! check with your power company.....
No, ground wires should not be terminated on the neutral bus. They should be terminated on to the ground bus which should be located on the back wall of the distribution panel. More that one wire can go under the terminal screws if you are running out of room. Shut the panel off and remove any ground wires that are now under the neutral bus terminals and move them to the ground bus. Some panels use a lug for a ground bus. All ground wires into the lug and tighten. In a ground fault condition it is the ground wires that are connected to the ground potential that trip the breaker, not ground wires connected to neutrals. Be safe.
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