On 7/24/15, AWC applied for a total permanent water rate increase of 23.41% and a sewer rate increase of 50.11%. Please see the NH PUC website for up to date information and filings.
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Welcome

Thanks for visiting us here at Abenaki Water Company.

We are happy to have you look around our new website
and look forward to hearing any comments or suggestions
that can make our service better.

Service

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We are happy to introduce on-line billing and payment options for your
convenience. Our service and support personnel have had lots of
experience serving our customers.

Our friendly staff will go out of their way to provide the BEST
possible service to our customers.

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News

NOTICE OF TEMPORARY RATE INCREASE:

On July 24, 2015, Abenaki Water Company filed an application with the New Hampshire Public Utility Commission for a permanent rate increase as the current rates are not sufficient to meet operating expenses and allow for necessary system improvements. The petition and subsequent docket filings are posted to the Commission`s website at www.puc.nh.gov/Regulatory/Docketbk/2015/15-199.html.

BELMONT CUSTOMERS:
Currently, a proposed settlement agreement will allow for a temporary sewer rate increase of 19.36% (but no water rate increase) effective 1/1/16.
BOW CUSTOMERS:
Currently, a proposed settlement agreement will allow for a temporary water rate increase of 16.22% effective 1/1/16.

If authorized, these changes would be seen on your next bill in early February.  Permanent rate increases will be authorized later this year and will be retroactive to the original notice date of September 8, 2015.


Pay On-Line

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We now offer online billing and payment. By receiving and paying
your bill online, you'll spend less time writing checks, mailing payments,
and tracking due dates.

To make a water bill payment,
please click here-

 
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Clean Water
New Hampshire's favorite beverage.

The water system's supply comes from groundwater sources. Three bedrock wells, which are located at 6 Rocky Point Drive, simultaneously pump water into two 15,000 gallon atmospheric storage tanks while passing through two activated alumina filters for arsenic removal.

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Understanding Your Bill
Clear, concise explanation.

Currently, meter reading is done on a quarterly basis, with a goal of monthly meter reading in the near future.

The current quarterly read is done every 90 days, plus or minus 5 days.

 

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Quality support
Friendly and experienced staff.

We are a small public water supplier regulated by both the New Hampshire's Department of Environmental Services (quality) and Public Utilities Commission (rates).

The Company strives to keep customers informed of relevant issues.

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