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Published by American Water Works Association in Denver, CO .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Municipal water supply -- Rates -- United States.,
  • Municipal water supply -- Economic aspects -- United States.

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Edition Notes

SeriesAWWA manual ;, M26
ContributionsAmerican Water Works Association.
LC ClassificationsTD491 .A49 no. M26, HD4461 .A49 no. M26
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 44 p. ;
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2319546M
ISBN 100898673623
LC Control Number86201797

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Principles of Water Rates, Fees, and Charges What’s New in Water Rates: Insight into AWWA’s Newly Published M1 Manual Presented by: • Used to pay directly for a growth-related capital improvement project • Pay for long-term debt directly related to a growth-. THE LATE FEE FOR YOUR WATER BILL IS %. WATER RATES $ per 1, gallons; Quarterly billed customers minimum bill shall be 3 months meter capacity charge plus 2, gallons. Monthly billed customers minimum bill shall be 1 months meter capacity charge and 1, gallons. WATER METER CAPACITY CHARGE. (a) Charges and billing in general. (1) Water charges shall consist of a service charge and quantity charge. (2) A service charge shall be billed monthly. (3) As set forth in Section (b), the type and size of the meter shall determine the service charge. (4) In addition, there shall be a quantity charge as provided herein for water used in a monthly billing cycle. The revised manual contains new material reflective of isses and changes in this evolving water industry. The manual provides guidance and recommendations on choosing rate structures and setting water rates, fees, and charges which will cover utility costs and future needs. The manual covers all types of rate structures, such as block rates, uniform rates, conservation rates, surcharges, and.