Conservation is relatively easy and can come in many forms. For example, just turning the water off while you brush your teeth will save gallons over a quarter. You could also take a quick shower rather than a bath. Fixing a running toilet will save water. Find more conservation tips from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Water usage is monitored by your water company (American, North Wales or Ambler). You can consult previous statements to determine how many gallons you have used in the past. Please call 610-277-2400 for more information.
Yes. The usage fee applies to all residential households. For more information please call 610-277-2400.
Households on well water have no metering devices. As a result, those households will not incur a usage fee. For more information please call 610-277-2400.
Condominium properties generally use less than 20,000 gallons in a quarter. As a result, those households will not incur a usage fee. For more information please call 610-277-2400.
The usage fee will apply to any water usage that exceeds 20,000 gallons in a quarter. Monitoring for water that might be used for a pool, gardening or washing a car requires added expenses of monitoring devices as well as the labor intensive process of reading these devices. As a result, the Township has decided to monitor total water usage. For more information please call 610-277-2400.