WATER RATES / INFORMATION
Billing Rates, Web Page Links, FYI, Trivia
0 to 1,000 Gallons $18.00
All over 1,000 will be $0.34 per 100 gallons
Safe Water Act $0.30 per Month
Restored Service Fee $40.00
Tax Rate 6.13 % Penalty 10 % Due Date 15 th
Sidney City Council
7:00 pm - 1st. Monday of each Month (summer)
6:00 pm - 1st. Monday of each Month (winter)
Location: Community Center
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Unfortunately, small leaks do not always come to the surface. Either they are absorbed into the soil,
or they flow in to sewer or septic systems, where their flow may not be noticed. As can been seen from
the table below, a small leak can pass a surprisingly large amount of water over a period of time.
A few small leaks can add up to millions of gallons of wasted water. Water loss as a result of a leak
with a ¼” diameter can mean a loss of 14,952 gallons per day.
A forgotten water hose, even for a short
period of time, could easily increase your water consumption
over that of a monthly average. Toilet tank mechanism malfunctions are a common occurrence, and in a
short time would use a significant amount of water.
It requires approximately 4 gallons of water to process a pound of hamburger.
It takes 1,500 gallons of water to make one barrel of beer.
About 39,000 gallons of water are used to manufacture a new car.
There are about 17 million households in the U.S. that use from private wells.
An average residence in the U.S. uses 107,000 gallons per year.
Of all the earth’s water, 97% is in the oceans, 2% is frozen, and 1% is suitable for drinking water.
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Custom House Plans National Rural Water Assoc.
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