YEREVAN, February 26. /ARKA/. Yerevan Jur water-supplying company intends to apply to the Public Services Regulatory Commission to increase prices for its services in 2014 and 2015, the company’s press office reported on Wednesday.
In particular, the company says that it would like to increase price for retail water-supply, drainage and sewerage services from present 170.256 drams per one cubic meter (VAT included) to 177.746 drams (VAT included).
Wholesale water-supply service will cost 18.174 drams for one cubic meter (VAT included) instead of the present 17.026 drams (VAT included), and wholesale drainage and sewerage services will cost 36.947 drams for one cubic meter against the current 34.625 drams (VAT included).
The company also proposes to raise the price the Yerevan Subway pays for underground water drainage from the current 9.756 drams per one cubic meter to 10.186 drams.
Yerevan Jur is owned by France’s Veolia Enviroment SA, the biggest water services provider in the world. It operates in 66 countries. --0----