2012 - 2013 Charges
In 2012/13 the charges that cover the water and waste water services to your home (your Combined Services charge), detailed on your Council Tax bill, will stay the same as what you paid last year.
This is the fourth year running that the Combined Services charge have remained at the same level. As a result, the charge for the average household bill in Scotland (around £324) will continue to be lower than the average household bill in England and Wales.
This will mean that the average household* will still pay less than £1 a day for the water services you receive - we provide 1.3 billion litres of high quality, clear, fresh Scottish drinking water to our customers' taps and treat the waste water from properties, before returning it safely to Scotland's natural environment.
* The average household is between Council Tax Band B and Band C and has a combined bill of less than £1 a day. Individual water supply and waste water collection charges are less than £1 a day for all households (except for individual waste water collection charges for Band H households).