March 30, 2013

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GOOD NEWS - EYDAP to Lower Its Prices!

A proposal to lower the cost of water was unanimously approved by the board of the Athens Water Supply and Sewage Company (EYDAP) this week. A recommendation is now going to be made to the ministries responsible, and once approved, a joint ministerial decision is then set to be issued.

EYDAP said in an announcement that it took the decision to lower water rates in order to provide some relief to Greek households under pressure, especially those living in small and very small apartments, while also helping businesses cope under the current difficult circumstances and a very deep recession.

The cost of an average monthly consumption of up to 10 cubic metres is going to be lowered by 1.6 percent, while monthly consumption of up to 5 cubic metres is expected to be 2.4 percent less expensive.

A drop of up to 21 percent in EYDAP rates are also going to apply on island residents, local councils and the public sector.
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