Submetering Services Is Our Specialty.
In Mississippi they're over 2 million as the state population and per person they consume 76-100 Gallons a day. Think Utility Services is the company that will outdue all of our competitors when it comes to submetering services. Since 1957, we have continued to learn, grow and instill the very best service models to our customers while seeking to deliver the highest quality service, and exceeding our clients’ expectations. Think Utility Services began in the early 1990’s. It’s easy to implement submetering at multifamily buildings and other property types in Mississippi. It was created to address the ever growing demand for domestic piping replacement caused by failing polybutylene pipes installed in the multi-family marketplace.
Our field experts bring the practical as well as technological knowledge and expertise to our submetering program. By installing and servicing our own systems, we meet and exceed the needs of the submetering industry and our Property Owners/Managers.
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Mississippi State Submetering Policies
An apartment house owner, manufactured home community owner or condominium manager may provide for submetering of each dwelling unit or rental unit for the measurement of the quantity of water consumed by the occupants of the unit. If submetering is utilized, tenants may be charged separately for water and wastewater services on a pass through allocated basis for charges incurred by the customer. The charges for a tenant may not exceed the tenant's pro rata share of all water and wastewater services used by all of the tenants in that apartment house, manufactured home community or condominium. Any apartment house owner, manufactured home community owner or condominium manager utilizing submetering pursuant to this section shall disclose the submetering to each tenant and obtain from the tenant an acknowledgment of the submetering in a written document. Submeters installed pursuant to this section must meet the American Water Works Association standards for accuracy. In rendering charges to tenants pursuant to this section, the customer shall provide: beginning and ending meter reads; a statement that the bill is not from the public utility; and a telephone number for tenant inquiries on the bill. Water and wastewater services utilized by the tenant may not be disconnected for nonpayment of submetered bills (Miss. Code. Ann. §77-3-97).
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