2008 Water and Wastewater Rate Survey by Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc

By Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc

Is your utility's cost constitution assembly your profit pursuits? How does your fee constitution examine with different utilities on your geographic sector? How do your charges examine with different comparable dimension utilities? What are developments in application charges? discover during this, the main accomplished worthy, exact, and up to date survey of water and wastewater application charges to be had wherever

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Not Requested or Not Relevant Copyright © 2009 AWWA & Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc. indb 55 6/2/2009 9:45:44 AM 56 2008 Water and Wastewater Rate Survey Exhibit 5. / Commercial/ Commercial Light Industrial Industrial Industrial 3,000 cf 50,000 cf 1,000,000 cf 1,500,000 cf (22,440) (374,000 gal) (7,480,000 gal) (11,220,000 gal) N / R = Not Reported N / A = Not Applicable Copyright © 2009 AWWA & Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc.

Typical charges for new residential customers to connect to the existing water system. These charges may vary under some circumstances. Charges for recovering capital to finance trunk facilities. Assumes a customer with a ⅝-inch (¾-inch) meter, 100-foot frontage, and anticipated average use of 1,000 cubic feet (7,480 gallons) per month. Indicates whether the water system provides service outside of municipal (or district) boundaries. Percentage above inside customer rates paid by retail outside customers.

Increasing block (number of blocks), where the unit price increases as use increases. Decreasing block (number of blocks), where the unit price decreases as use increases. Combination of IB and DB rates (number of blocks). Calculated monthly charges, including service charge and volume charge, are based on different meter sizes (⅝-inch [or ¾-inch], 2-inch, 4-inch, and 8-inch) and wastewater volumes reflecting residential, commercial, and industrial customer classes. Wastewater volumes, which are typically based on water consumption, are indicated in cubic feet (cf) and equivalent gallons (gal).

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