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  • Winter Water Conservation Can Reduce Sewer Bills
    Winter Water Conservation Can Reduce Sewer Bills

    The residential sewer commodity charge is based on what we call the “winter quarter average” or the water consumption during the winter months. You can potentially reduce your sewer bill for the rest of the year by conserving water during this period.

  • Don't FOG Your Drain!
    Don't FOG Your Drain!

    Throughout the year—and especially during the holidays—people pour the byproducts of cooking down the sink drain. Fats, cooking oils, and grease (FOG) can coat and clog pipes and cause sewer lines to back up into homes. That could mean costly clean-up and repair costs. FOG can also cause blockages further down sewer lines. And that can result in overflows or sewage backups into yards or streets, creating a public health risk.

  • Board Approved 2017-2021 CIP Budget - Available Online
    Board Approved 2017-2021 CIP Budget - Available Online

    On October 24, 2016, the EID Board of Directors approved the 2017-2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).

  • EID's Latest Newsletter: November/December 2016 Waterfront
    EID's Latest Newsletter: November/December 2016 Waterfront

    Please read our latest edition of the customer newsletter. In this issue learn about how you can save on your sewer bill with water conservation, FOG, irrigation and rain events, information on the capital planning process, a message from the GM on infrastructure, and available rebates.

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