Public to record meters

2013-01-28 00:00

THE Msunduzi council on Friday endorsed a new system encouraging residents to record their own water and electricity consumption.

If all goes according to plan, implementation will begin within two months.

Meter-readers will be retained for checks and balances, but residents will receive utility bills that come with an envelope and meter-reading card. A guide will show residents how to fill in their own consumption on the card and submit it before the 20th of each month. The readings can be faxed, sent manually or online, or be dropped off at a post office box, or a box in the foyer of the Finance Office at the A.S. Chetty Building on 333 Church Street. — WR.

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