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  • Since water meters will not be read at intervals of exactly 121.64 days, the volume covered by each tier is adjusted on a pro-rata basis according to the actual number of days in the period between two meter readings. As such, a consumer who uses the same amount of water as another one but over a longer period of time will receive a lower water bill. dave: If the volume of water consumed is adjusted to match the observation period, why does the adjusted total match the observed total? WSD appear to be overcharging users who use more than 62 Cubic Metresof water per quarter.

Resolved: the pro-rata adjusted part is the tiered sections up to 62 Cu.M per 121.64 days. You pay full whack on the remainder up to your actual usage.

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