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Updated: January 25, 2013
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September 2012 residential water, sewer,
or water and sewer combined rates for 448 utilities
across Georgia can be compared with:
- All other utilities in the State,
- Utilities of the same size,
- Utilities in the same river basin,
- Utilities with the same water source,
- Utilities with the same rate structure,
- Utilities serving communities with similar median household incomes,
- Utilities in the same Water Planning Region, and
- Utilities within 50 miles
The following measures for the selected utility are compared to key indicators or to the utilities within the selected comparison group:
- Monthly water, sewer, or water and
sewer combined bill for the selected consumption
- Monthly bill for as % Median
Household Income for the community,
- Conservation pricing signal, and
- Ratio of operating revenues to operating expenses (when available).
You can compare the monthly bill charged
for any consumption level from 0 gallons/month to
15,000 gallons/month, at 1,000 gallon intervals. You
can also raise rates by up to 50% and observe the
(hypothetical) effects on the utility's rates, revenues
and rate affordability. The local area's basic cable monthly bill is added for comparison.
In addition, system financial health
and customer demographic profiles are provided for
utilities where data are available.
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4. For more help, please contact Stacey