Average daily consumption (m3)
If your business is on a meter, then your water will be measured in cubic metres. A cubic metre is equivalent to 1000 litres of water.
The point trade effluent service is provided to premises.
Non-portable water has not been treated to the required standard to enter the public distribution network.
A holder of a sewerage licence is allowed entry into the wastewater and sludge service market.
A premise that is not on a water meter.
The primary legislation that concerns the regulation of the water industry, including sewage services.
BioResources refers to the wastewater sludge transport, disposal, and recycling.
The water fixture regulations act 1999.
A device measuring the quantity of water used on a business premise.
Raw water is water that has not been passed through water treatment facilities.
Trade effluent is untreated sewage from commercial properties.
A charge that is calculated based on the amount of water received from a meter.
Water Industry (Vulnerable Groups) Regulations 1999.