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    Water Bills questions and comment 21st Jun 03 at 6:44 PM
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    Addition by Fran - link to Martin's article HERE











    Last edited by Fran; 12-02-2005 at 1:08 AM. Reason: add link to water article on main site
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    • pineapple
    • By pineapple 10th Mar 18, 5:41 PM
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    Stick with your 113 bill.

    Water charges for UU are here: https://www.unitedutilities.com/services/your-bill/our-charges-20172018/




    The average consumption for a single occupant is around 55 cubic metres a year.
    Originally posted by Cardew
    Thanks Cardew, I know 113 is not a lot and I don't want to go from the frying pan into the fire but I was just staggered by the difference in the two figures. I'm off to do some calculations
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