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My meter was replaced and now I'm using more water. Is my new meter running fast?
No. Most likely the old meter was slowing down. The meters have a dial similar to a paddle wheel. The dial will only turn as fast as the water turns it. As a meter gets old, it could corrode and slowly grind to a halt. Therefore, an old meter could actually be registering less water than is actually used.

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1. Can a leaking toilet really go through that much water?
2. What types of payments do you accept for utility bills?
3. My bill shows zero usage. What am I being billed for?
4. My meter was replaced and now I'm using more water. Is my new meter running fast?
5. OK, my reading checks out. How did I use that much water?
6. What are your current rates?
7. What can I do to use less water?
8. What should I do if my meter is stopped?
9. Where is my meter and reader located?
10. Who owns the water meter?
11. Why does my bill show zero usage?