By American Water Works Association
This survey offers information on 338 water and wastewater utilities. Populations served variety from 900 to nine million, delivering comparability for each dimension application. Survey info is proven in a sequence of easy-to-read spreadsheets, excellent on your research and comparisons. simply because information is prepared by means of method dimension, it is quick and straightforward to isolate and evaluate utilities which are just like your personal
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1: Water System Characteristics (continued) EXHIBIT WATER SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS (c) Average Balance (d) BalanceSheet Sheet (d) Average Total Daily Annual Daily Annual Total Total Long-Term Total Service Total Gallons Daily Max-Day Capital Service Total Gallons Daily Max-Day Capital Total Long-Term Total (b) Assets Debt Equity Pop. ofof System Sold Pop. (b) Number Number System Sold Capacity Capacity Prod. 19 9 9 $6,286 $7,480 $13 $6,932 4 Neenah, WI Town of Menasha Utility District 24 8,351 Dist.
Auth. 83 N/R N/R N/R N/R N/R N/R 9 Pittsburgh (FCA), PA Fox Chapel Authority 19 5,423 Dist. / Auth. 49 4 3 $1,000 $8,950 $6,456 $2,013 6 Mammoth Lakes, CA (e) Mammoth Community Water District 8 3,588 Dist. / Auth. 12 2 2 $737 $8,469 $957 $6,788 5 Orange, CA East Orange County Water District 4 1,213 Dist. / Auth. N/R 6 6 $629 $11,600 N/R $16,481 5 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The primary city served by the responding utility is listed. Includes retail and wholesale population. Average based on the number of years of data provided.
N / R = Not Reported N / A = Not Applicable Copyright © 2011 AWWA & Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc. indb 24 2/3/2011 10:09:55 AM Effective Date Rate Structure Residential, Non-Residential Date on which the current rates took effect. Rates are generally current as of early 2010. Flat: Uniform: IB (#): DB (#): IB & DB (#): Fixed amount that does not vary with use. Unit price that does not vary with use. Increasing block (number of blocks), where the unit price increases as use increases. Decreasing block (number of blocks), where the unit price decreases as use increases.