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Recent Publications

Table of Stormwater Utilities in Georgia - FY16-17
Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA), Environmental Finance Center (EFC)
Tables, 02/09/2017

Data table that lists details on stormwater utilities in Georgia. Data includes information on how the fees are collected, the collection rate, the last year that the fees were changed, as well as several other factors.

Georgia Water and Wastewater Funding Sources
Stacey Isaac Berahzer
Guidance Document, 11/07/2016

This table lists the public funding sources for water, wastewater and stormwater projects in the state of Georgia. The table is updated frequently, as contact information etc. for the program managers change. 

Annual Report of Water and Sewer Rates and Rate Structures in Georgia - July 2016
Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA), Environmental Finance Center (EFC)
Report, 09/21/2016

This annual report details the state of rates and rate structures from a statewide survey of drinking water and wastewater rates and rate structures of local government and not-for-profit utilities in the State of Georgia. This report answers frequently asked questions about what utilities are charging, their rate structure designs, billing practices, rate increases, affordability and cost recovery.

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Recent Tools

Connecticut Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard 2017; v1.1
Dashboard, 02/17/2017 ()

The Connecticut Water and Wastewater Rates Dashboard is designed to assist utility managers and local officials with analyzing residential water and wastewater rates against multiple characteristics, including customer base socioeconomic conditions, system characteristics, and geography.

Water and Wastewater Rates Analysis Model 2.8.3
Calculator, 01/12/2017 (MS Excel, 5 MB)

Use our free Water and Wastewater Rates Analysis Model to help set water and/or wastewater rates next year by projecting the utility's expenses, revenues from rates, and fund balance for the next few years. Data inputs are minimal, and the tool has been updated to offer several new features and improvements to make it easier to test scenarios and help determine whether the utility needs to adjust rates in order to achieve financial sufficiency.

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