Pricey H20

September 14, 2006

In a move that affects Georgetown students who live off-campus, the Washington Area Sewage Authority has announced that it is increasing the rates charged for its services, effective Oct. 1.

According to Valerie Johns, a customer care associate at WASA, the new monthly charges will be as follows: $2.07 for water services, $3.11 for sewer services, and $0.44 for the right of way fee, all per hundred cubic feet (CCF).

In addition, WASA is adding a new groundwater charge of $3.11 per CCF to the bill. This will affect buildings, such as offices and apartment complexes, which pump large amounts of groundwater into the sewage system.

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