How does a water bill look like?
My water bill of this month using. Technically, the due date is this month which paying for last month using.
Here is a detail in pieces.
Part 1: Water Residential $10.53
$8.26 meter + $1.31 water + $0.96 tax = $10.53
That is the bill for the water I used from August 11 to September 13 (33 days). It is not the amount I actually used. What do I mean? Guess. I’ll tell you soon at the end of the post. When? I don’t know but I will.
Part 2: Wastewater Residential $23.72
$19.33 meter (wastewater) + $4.39 wastewater = $23.72
That is the wastewater bill from August 11 to September 13 (33 days).
Part 3: Account Summary $34.25
Here is the total of the entire bill.
$19.33 meter + $4.39 wastewater + $19.33 meter (wastewater) + $4.39 wastewater = $34.25
Part 4: Water Using History
Here is the graph of what I was billed for using the water since November 2021 to September 2023. The small column is what I paid $34.25. The tall column is $40 something. I’ll update later but it’s not a big issue, just some cents, nickels, dimes, quarters. The tall one took place when I turned on the garden horse to water the front yard lawn. It happened just one time of that month for half an hour to an hour long by hand. I believed I was billed for 2K-gallons of water using.
Part 5: My Message
I didn’t have a thought about writing something about my water bill or uploading the bill online. I got that thought suddenly right after I logged in to pay the bill. That’s why end up you guy see my water bill of this month.
Hey, don’t misunderstanding that I’m complaining something. I just show up my bill. That’s it. We’re fortunate enough having cleaned water for using daily basic instead of using dirty water which I and my family used to use for almost 17 years at the country where I was born. We evenly used the water to cook, to drink (after cooking)… from the stream where someone raised buffalos on the way water getting our place.
Part 6: Water Bill Gallery
Written on Tuesday, October 4, 2023 12:07 A.M.
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