Water meter

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    I've just rang the water board and they said it will be 86p per cubic metre which is 1000ltrs which I'm very happy with but I forgot to ask about waste water charges does anyone know how much it would be for 1000ltrs? Or is it all incorporated ? Tia


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  2. spruce

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    I understand you get a refund on the sewerage charges provided you have a separate reading for the total water you use WFP.

    I'm not on a meter.
     
  3. Andy

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    Mines £1.24 and 2.24 waste. I'm running 50/50 good to waste so £3.48 per 1000lt that's southern water
     
  4. Neil

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    I think my parents are with southern water where you based Andy ?


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    East Sussex
     
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