The Sewer Rate Reduction System sm
Across the United States the commercial and industrial water rates are increasing due in part to the need for rebuilding for larger capacity, and the new chemicals that are now needed to handle water and structural infrastructure expenses.
What is not fully realized by commercial users that have high water bills is that the bill is divided into two sections. The water usage section and the sewer usage section are billed separately. If you are a food processing company, you use water in the manufacturing process. What you do not do is use the same amount of sewer capacity because the water is included in the product you are shipping. So if you make canned beans for example, and you fill the can with water and beans, you will not be using the same sewer capacity as the water purchased.
The Sewer Rate Reduction System sm considers this, and can save tens of thousands of dollars a year in sewer rates just by measuring the exit flow to the sewer you are using. This system was developed and designed at Virtual Polymer compounds, LLC by Daniel C. Bryndle. The system consists of a fiberglass metering manhole, a fiberglass flume, a flow measurement device that is digital but can vary, and a fiberglass manhole cover which is rated for the need. If you have a commercial property that uses more water than you need sewage treatment for, you need to consider an evaluation and what is written here.