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INVESTIGATION INTO ACTEW S ELECTRICITY, WATER & SEWERAGE CHARGES FOR 1997/98

INVESTIGATION INTO ACTEW S ELECTRICITY, WATER & SEWERAGE CHARGES FOR 1997/98

The price direction provides for increases in the charges for water and sewerage services. The extent of the increases are not as great as those proposed by ACTEW, however, they will improve the "apparent" sub-commercial return earned by ACTEW on these activities and provide for continued, community supported, environmental expenditure. The provision of water and sewerage services is essential for public health and safety. However, water is a scarce resource and sewage discharge can have adverse environmental consequences. It is therefore essential that prices be adjusted over time to reflect the full economic cost of the provision of these services.
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Affordability of Scottish water and sewerage charges

Affordability of Scottish water and sewerage charges

Domestic water charges in Scotland: post 1996 On the eve of the 1996 reorganisation, Scottish domestic consumers enjoyed the lowest average water and sewerage charges in Britain.. The[r]

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Water and sewerage charges A guide for household customers

Water and sewerage charges A guide for household customers

What we charge (a) Standing charges The standing charge for each service is a fixed amount for all properties, and covers the costs of maintaining your water services account. The full sewerage standing charge includes a charge to cover the costs of treating surface water draining from a property to the sewerage system. If rainwater falling on your home does not drain to the sewerage system you may claim a rebate of this part of the sewerage standing charge. See Section 7 for how to claim a rebate.

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Charges for Water and Sewerage Services to Non- Household Premises 2015/16

Charges for Water and Sewerage Services to Non- Household Premises 2015/16

(11) The standard charges quoted apply for works carried out during normal working hours on normal working days under standard conditions. In other instances NWL reserves the right to charge on a basis of actual costs, provided the applicant is notified accordingly prior to commencement of the work.

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Future water and sewerage charges : Final determinations

Future water and sewerage charges : Final determinations

The long-term trend in companies’ debt charges as a percentage of turnover and the debt related costs per customer has been relatively stable since 2003-04. We think that it is important to retain strong incentives on the companies to improve their collection of the revenue that is due to them. Many companies report that they are becoming more effective at collecting current bills but have difficulties with longer-term debtors. More companies are adopting good practice and innovative approaches to debt, for example using more targeted debt recovery techniques made possible through effective customer segmentation, or introducing social tariffs where they prove to be self-funding.
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Charges Scheme 2021/2022. Wholesale sewerage. Water for the North West

Charges Scheme 2021/2022. Wholesale sewerage. Water for the North West

The trade effluent charge is payable during the period of discharge of the effluent or at the date payment is due. We will make charges for the reception, conveyance, treatment and disposal components of trade effluent as is appropriate for the type of discharge. Trade effluent charges are payable for all premises consented to discharge trade effluent into public sewers. Any trade effluent charges payable are taken into account in the calculation of any volumetric sewage and sewage disposal charge. However, if in our view the costs of calculating and recovering trade effluent charges will exceed the income we may, at our discretion, waive the trade effluent charge and charge you for sewerage services as if the effluent was not subject to a trade effluent consent.
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Application for an allowance against sewerage charges for domestic customers

Application for an allowance against sewerage charges for domestic customers

* Please list the address of each property served by the septic tank/cesspool/treatment plant on the additional information section found on the reverse of this form. 2.3 Does the septic tank/treatment plant have an overflow that is connected to Northumbrian Water’s sewerage system?

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Water and. Sanitation Program. Water and. Sewerage Systems

Water and. Sanitation Program. Water and. Sewerage Systems

l From the utility’s perspective, it is difficult to make categorical statements about the profitability of making condominial as opposed to conventional connections. Although current connection charges mandated by the concession contract are substantially lower than the estimated average cost of making a connection. It is not known to what extent part of the costs of network expansion have in fact been built into the use of service tariff. However, one point that is clear is that there does not appear to be any incentive for the utility to engage in hygiene education since the additional costs are not recouped through the connection charge, and the resulting increases in water consumptionthough significantare not large enough to take consumers out of the loss-making low volume tariff band. If charges were fully cost-reflective the utility would be indifferent between conventional and condominial systems, but would still only have an incentive to undertake hygiene education as long as the consumption increase was large enough to justify the cost of the initial investment.
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about your water and sewerage services

about your water and sewerage services

allowance is made for water not returned to the sewer and shown as cr on your bill. Standing charges – these are based on the connection size of your meter and are payable by all customers connected for these services. They include costs of maintaining and reading meters for water supply customers. The sewerage standing charge includes the cost of surface water and highway drainage. The standing charge is an annual fixed charge. Your bill includes a proportion of the standing charge based on the number of days since your last meter reading.

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UTILITY REGULATOR WATER. Water & Sewerage Services Price Control

UTILITY REGULATOR WATER. Water & Sewerage Services Price Control

8.1.2 As a yardstick for financial sustainability we have adopted a series of ratios, an approach used by other regulators, the investment community and rating agencies. The requirement for NI Water to obtain a credit rating has been set aside in light of the absence of a secure revenue source, a consequence of the decision to defer domestic water charges. However, we still see merit in assessing NI Water’s financial strength.

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Access to Water and Sewerage Infrastructure. Explanatory Memorandum

Access to Water and Sewerage Infrastructure. Explanatory Memorandum

Commonwealth water charge rules where both regimes can be applied concurrently with no inconsistency arising. South Australian irrigation trusts are currently exempt from the South Australian Water Industry Act. Irrigation trusts are classified as irrigation infrastructure operators under the Water Act 2007 (Cth), and all charges levied for the delivery of River Murray water to members outside of urban areas are potentially subject to the Commonwealth water charge rules. The Access Report proposed that it would be reasonable to exempt these from the state based access regime and to allow them to be regulated solely under the
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The Independent Review of Charging for Household Water and Sewerage Services

The Independent Review of Charging for Household Water and Sewerage Services

6.0.4 The review team recommended that a high proportion of the metered tariff should be collected through the volumetric charge, with the unit price being no less than the true value of water. CIEH pointed out that there is little point to metering unless the majority of revenue is collected through volume, but added that most of the costs are fixed. The EA, Energy Saving Trust, United Utilities and Bournemouth & West Hampshire were supportive of this recommendation. D ŵ r Cymru however had concerns that a high volumetric charge could cause more affordability problems, as there is no relation between income levels and water use, while most costs are fixed. Water UK and Northumbrian Water were concerned that the true value of water was vague and it was too early to use it in a policy context. Northumbrian Water added that it is important to balance the incentives to reduce demand against the nature of the costs, the majority of which are fixed. CCWater reiterated that, as the majority of costs are fixed, a fall in demand would lead to a rise in the unit price leading to customers feeling that they are paying more for less service. Sir Ian Byatt stated that water companies like high standing charges because it provides a level of certainty about cost recovery. The University of East Anglia (UEA) thinks that consideration needs to be given to how customers respond to the unit price of water and think that the unit price should not exceed the full value of water. The Public Utilities Access Forum did not agree with this recommendation stating that the review needs to take in to account that most of the costs are fixed.
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Disclosure Notice for Wilton Recycled Water and Sewerage Services

Disclosure Notice for Wilton Recycled Water and Sewerage Services

Terms used in this Disclosure Notice which are defined in the Customer Contract referred to in section 8 of this Disclosure Notice have the meaning given in the Customer Contract. 5.0 Fees and Charges Recycled Water Usage Charge: 10% less than the Sydney Water Corporation filtered water usage charge, as that Sydney Water Corporation charge may be adjusted from time to time. The Recycled Water Usage Charge is currently $1.84 per kL.

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NSW Water and Sewerage Strategic Business Planning Guidelines

NSW Water and Sewerage Strategic Business Planning Guidelines

33 A Utility’s Development Servicing Plan (DSP) determines its developer charge per equivalent tenement (ET) ie. a detached residential house. FINMOD calculations are based on ‘assessments’ – the bills issued to residents each year for the water supply and sewerage services. In most cases, using the developer charge/ET from your DSP is satisfactory. An exception may be a utility with a significant proportion of new growth occurring in 1 or 2 bedroom units or flats which the utility has determined as say 0.7 ET/unit. In such cases, a weighted average value of the developer charge/assessment (eg. 90% of the charge/ET) should be calculated and input into FINMOD. Note that whilst LWUs with growth of under 5 lots/a are exempt from Requirement 4, they may nevertheless elect to levy commercial developer charges.
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Water and sewerage services in Scotland: An overview of the competitive market

Water and sewerage services in Scotland: An overview of the competitive market

customers could ask for. Accordingly, for customers to pay more than they were paying prior to competition being introduced they must actively choose to receive additional services. As mentioned above, the Commission is under a specific statutory obligation to ensure that Scottish Water’s ‘core’ business is not adversely affected by the advent of the market. This has been reflected in the market’s design through choices such as the requirement for retailers to prepay wholesale charges (this prevents arrears building up with Scottish Water should a retailer run into financial trouble).
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YORKSHIRE WATER CHARGES SCHEME & SCALE OF OTHER CHARGES 2015/16

YORKSHIRE WATER CHARGES SCHEME & SCALE OF OTHER CHARGES 2015/16

(5) Where no monitor is fitted at the receiving waste water treatment works, Yorkshire Water shall charge on the basis of a standing charge plus a volume charge as set out in sub section D below. Yorkshire Water shall calculate the volume delivered as the maximum capacity of the tanker delivering the waste. No discount is available for part loads. (6) Councils who have specific arrangements with Yorkshire Water, and Yorkshire Water appointed contractors operating under an order from Yorkshire Water, will not be charged for the treatment of Domestic Waste from premises in respect of which the sewerage charge is payable to YWS. This derogation applies only once per year per septic tank.
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Yorkshire Water Services Limited Charges

Yorkshire Water Services Limited Charges

“site specific” refers to work on, or the provision of, water or sewerage structures located on a Development as well as work to provide and connect a requested Water Main, Sewer, Communication Pipe or Lateral Drain on, to or in the immediate vicinity of, the Development and “sprinkler” means a rigid or flexible pipe or similar apparatus and accessories (including for the avoidance of doubt trickle irrigation systems) drawing water directly or indirectly from the mains whether by permanent or temporary connection and which is used attended or unattended for dispersing water from more than one outlet in such pipe or apparatus or in more than one direction whilst being operated externally to any house otherwise supplied;
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Water and Sewerage Services Code for Small Customers in South East Queensland

Water and Sewerage Services Code for Small Customers in South East Queensland

Usually these people are charged for their water and sewerage services as part of overall charges, which are levied by and payable to their complex owners. Where this is the case, the person is not the customer of the SEQ service provider because the SEQ service provider does not issue a bill in that person’s name. Instead, the account for the water is issued to the complex owner which owns the premises, and the complex owner itself is the customer of SEQ service provider.

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Our sewerage services - how we deal with your used water.

Our sewerage services - how we deal with your used water.

Sewer requisitions Where practicable, we will provide a newly requisitioned sewer as long as it serves two or more properties. However, you and other applicants must contribute towards the cost of the project. The cost will be the difference between the income we will receive from waste water service charges over a 12 year period and our reasonable costs in providing the sewer. This is payable as a single lump sum prior to the sewer being provided or the amount is payable over 12 years. We will also require some form of security before beginning the feasibility study and design work. Disputes about terms and conditions of requisition agreements including costs incurred can be referred to Ofwat for determination.
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WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE

WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE

11.2 DJB has taken several steps to minimize leakage losses. To address this problem, a leak detection and investigation (LDI) cell was set up. Initially, the leak detection cell started functioning with the help of a very few conventional equipments viz. sounding rods, micro-correlates and pipe/ cable locators. More sophisticated sonic and electronic equipments were subsequently acquired and are now being used regularly. The Board has replaced about 1200-Km length of the old, damaged and leaking water mains during the last five years. As a result of these initiatives, the Board expects to bring down the distribution losses to 20 % level in the near future.
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