How Much Does A Unit Of Water Cost In Uganda

How Much Does A Unit Of Water Cost In Uganda

What Is A Unit Of Water?

A unit of water is 100 cubic feet or approximately 748 gallons of water. If your bill states you used 3 units of water, you will have used approximately 2,244 gallons of water during the billing period (748 X 3 = 2244).

How Much Does A Unit Of Water Cost In Uganda?

The monthly water charge based on the domestic tariff by NWSC would be Ug shs 7,594.5. The cost including 18% VAT and Ug shs 1,500 service charge then totals Ug shs 10,461.51. Basing on the private operator fee of Ug shs 4,000 per cubic meter, the monthly cost estimate for the household would be Ug shs 12,200.

How Much Is A Commercial Unit Of Water In Uganda?

For industries, the rate is now shs 4473 per unit from shs 4220 and a 20 litre jerry can from 84 shs to now shs 90.

How Many Litres Are In A Unit Of Water In Uganda?

Domestic users who have been previously paying Shs3,516 per unit (1,000 litres of water), will now pay Shs3,735 representing an increase of Shs219 for every unit of water. This means domestic consumers will now pay additional Shs4. 22 per 20 litres of water they consume.

How Do I Calculate My Water Meter In Uganda?

Meters measure water use in cubic meter. To determine the amount of water used since your last reading, take the current meter read and subtract the previous meter read (from your water bill), which will give you the number of cubic meter/s used.

How Much Is A Jerrycan Of Water In Uganda?

Student hostels, hotels, supermarkets, arcades and, malls you have your water at UGX4,220m3, and a jerican is UGX99 under the Commercial tariff.

How Much Does It Cost To Connect Water In Uganda?

Customer is expected to pay a connection charge of sh105,000 if the site is in the radius of 50 metres. Extra costs accruing from extra metres are settled by the applicant besides the official connection fee.

How Many Units Make A Litre In Uganda?

A litre is a cubic decimetre, which is the volume of a cube 10 centimetres × 10 centimetres × 10 centimetres (1 L ≡ 1 dm3 ≡ 1000 cm3). Hence 1 L ≡ 0.001 m3 ≡ 1000 cm3; and 1 m3 (i.e. a cubic metre, which is the SI unit for volume) is exactly 1000 L.

What Do You Mean By 1 Unit Water In Uganda?

Unit of Water means a unit of measurement, the equivalent of (1.0) cubic meter, or one thousand (1,000) litres, or thirty five and three tenths (35.3) cubic feet, or two hundred twenty(220) imperial gallons of water.

How Do I Pay My Water Bill In Uganda?

Dial *211#, select CenteMobile, insert PIN number, select utility payment, select water, select location, enter water account number, enter amount, confirm payment and submit. Immediately customer shall receive a message confirming payment.