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WATERWATCH Prepaid water meters & Management system With prepaid metering the consumer is in control of his own water usage and will not receive any surprise bills from the Utility.
Video 1 an average leak? Such as a leaking toilet. What is the cost of 0, 5 litres in 1 minute & 12 seconds =25 litres in 1 hour = 600 litres in 24 hours =18 000 litres (18 Kl) in 1 month. Therefore the cost would be, following a basic Tariff structure 18 Kl x R 28 -42/Kl = R 511 -56
Video 2 water used, when watering you garden? What is the cost of 5 litres in 13 seconds =23 litres per minute. = 1380 litres per 1 hour Therefore the total usage of water for 3 hours would be: 1380 litres/hour x 3 hours = 4140 litres of water
So how much water do you think you use?
The Terrace Case Study An average complex with a HIGH water bill
What makes Waterwatch different? • • Web based management system In house programmers Financial Management Software Accommodates any tariff structure • Public vendor points • Nearest Garage to the Complex
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THE PREPAYMENT property wall WATER Installed in your garden or on your METER Or Ou r doo t Display Panel Token Socket pro wa pert y ll
What does it cost? Meters can be bought @ R 3 200 -00 or meters can be rented @ approximately R 80. 00/meter/month. T & C’s apply Waterwatch admin fee: R 32 -42/meter/month Rental and admin fee escalates with CPI Vendor commission is 5% All of the above includes VAT Excludes installation fee.
Is prepaid water meters legal? CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA Lindiwe Mazibuko and Others v City of Johannesburg and Others Case CCT 39/09  ZACC 28 Date of Judgment: 8 October 2009 On pre-paid water meters, the Court held (contrary to the High Court and the Supreme Court of Appeal) that the national legislation and the City’s own by-laws authorise the latter to introduce pre-paid water meters as part of Operation Gcin’amanzi. The Court concluded that the installation of the meters was neither unfair nor discriminatory.