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Water metering – Tai Tapu

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Tai Tapu households will soon be installed with water meters. Tai Tapu is the latest township to receive meters as part of a district-wide process.

Installation of water meters at households connected to these supplies will begin on Monday 30 April, and is scheduled to be completed by June.

Around 90% of Council supply households across the district are already on meters. Metering has been shown to reduce water consumption as it links water use to charging – so households that use less water benefit from lower charges, while those using more pay higher charges. Households with average water use will find their total charge remains similar to what they currently pay.

You can help avoid incurring extra charges by monitoring your water use – see the water metering page for more information and tips on how to read your water meter.

Last Changed: 27 Apr 2018

 

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