How many months do you pay water rates South Staffs?

You can choose monthly or six-monthly payments and we offer flexible payment dates (currently the 1st, 14th or the 21st of the month), so you can choose the one that is most convenient for you. You can set up a Direct Debit from any bank account, as long as you are the account holder.

What is a metered bill?

If you have a water meter installed on your property, you are almost certainly a metered customer. This means your water and wastewater bill depends on how much water you use. Your metered bill will usually be made up of a standing charge and a volumetric charge for your water and wastewater services.

What is water based on my bill?

The most common units are centum cubic feet (CCF) and the gallon. A CCF also called an HCF (hundred cubic feet), represents one hundred cubic feet of water.

What is the measurement of water bill?

Different utilities use different units for measuring water use. The most common units are the CCF and the gallon. A CCF (centum cubic feet), also called an HCF (hundred cubic feet), represents one hundred cubic feet of water.

How often do you pay water bill UK South Staffs water?

We send our metered household customers a bill at least twice a year. At least one bill each year will be based on an actual meter reading.

Who owns South Staffs water?

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE PLCSouth Staffordshire Water / Parent organization

How do water meter charges work?

If you have a water meter, your bills are based on how much water you’ve used and how much wastewater we’ve taken away to clean. It also includes standing charges.

How is a water bill made up?

Your water bill is made up of different elements: Water and sewerage charges, plus in some cases other, usually infrastructure related charges. You can choose to receive water from your existing water supplier, or from one of the other licensed providers in the market.

Where does South Staffs water come from?

The water we supply is taken from Blithfield Reservoir, the River Severn and some 26 groundwater sites located across our area of supply. On average we supply 330million litres of water every day, which is distributed through nearly 6000km of water mains.

Is South Staffs water the same as Severn Trent?

South Staffs Water is a water only company, responsible solely for providing drinking water to their customers. They have no responsibility for providing sewerage services. Severn Trent Water is the responsible sewerage undertaker in this area.

What does m3 mean on a water meter?

cubic metres
The water meter records how much water you use in cubic metres (m3). One cubic metre equals 1000 litres – that’s enough for either 13 baths, 14 washing machine loads, 28 showers, 33 dishwasher loads or 111 toilet flushes!

How do I read a water meter?

On the meter face there are two sets of numbers, black on the left and red on the right. The black numbers show the number of cubic metres used, while the red ones and the dials show litres. When submitting a meter reading, only read the black numbers and ignore the red numbers (one cubic metre = 1,000 litres).

Who owns South Staffordshire Water?

Why is my Severn Trent Water bill so high?

Each year our bills increase for inflation, to reflect the increase in our costs. There are some other adjustments to reflect new investment and changes in cost which are agreed with our regulator, Ofwat, every five years.

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