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CH2M HILL Companies Ltd

9191 S. Jamaica Street

Englewood, Colorado 80112

United States

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CH2Mleads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consultin ... more

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Sonoma Index-Tribune

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Alan Highstreet, of CH2MHILL told the board the new rate plans are a result of the district's strong desire to implement serious conservation efforts."Minor increases in money are not going to make much difference in conservation.If you're not going to make much of a change in rates, then conservation probably won't follow either," Highstreet said.


Merced Sun-Star News

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In July, Allan Highstreet, with the consulting firm CH2MHILL, told the councilmen that in 1995, it cost the city $4.25 million to collect and treat sewage.

That cost is projected to be $7.61 million for the 2003 fiscal year, which would also cover the cost of two additional employees and "sewage sludge beds."
The total cost of treating and supplying water to Merced residents in 1995 was $4.8 million, the consultant said.
Total cost for 2003 is expected to be $6.5 million, which would also cover the pay for two additional water employees.


Merced Sun-Star News

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Allan Highstreet, with the consulting firm CH2MHILL, told the councilmen that in 1995, it cost the city $4.25 million to collect and treat sewage.That cost is projected to be $7.61 million for the 2003 fiscal year, which would also cover the cost of two additional employees and "sewage sludge beds."

The total cost of treating and supplying water to Merced residents in 1995 was $4.8 million, the consultant said.That cost, if two new additional water employees were hired, would increase to $6.5 million for 2003.
The increases are needed, said the consultant and city staff, to offset the rising cost of electricity and more stringent sewage treatment regulations.


Sonoma Index-Tribune

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Allan Highstreet, project manager and vice president of CH2MHill, and Greg Clumpner, principal economist with Foresight Consulting Services, presented four alternatives to the board: three-tiered rates that are conservation based; tiered rates with minimum water use included in the basic service charge; zone rates (there are three zones in the district); and maintaining the existing rate structure.

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However, Highstreet pointed out that "10 percent of the district's accounts use 30 percent of the water."
All of the alternative rate structures seek to increase the cost of the service charge but most increases would be minimal.High water users and those living at the highest elevations in the district would see the largest increases.
"For decreasing water use, tiered are the better way to go," Highstreet said in answer to board vice president Michael Woods' question of which rate structure would be the most conservation-inducing.
As for zone rates which charge for pumping water to elevated property, Highstreet said, "There's no question that to serve somebody in the higher (elevation), it's going to cost somebody down below.But when spread out over all customers, this increase is minimal."
If rates stay at the current uniform commodity charge, the increase over the next five years ranges between 2 percent and 3 percent a year each, for the water rate and service charge.
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"The cost of adding water is going to be a lot higher than anything you can do with changes in rate structure," said Highstreet.He added that conservation rates will take some time before the district "gets what it wants."

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