The 2017 AE2S Nexus Annual Utility Rate Survey has been distributed to all of the participants who voluntarily shared their data. This year, the Survey expanded to capture a few systems in Nebraska. We hope that the results are useful […]
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Each year, AE2S Nexus strives to report water, sewer, and stormwater rates as accurately as possible through our Annual Utility Rate Survey. We apologize for any data that was reported incorrectly. The revised charts that appear below correct inaccuracies that […]
We appreciate all of the voluntary responses we received for the 2017 AE2S Nexus Annual Utility Rate Survey. The Survey booklets have been distributed to all participants. We hope that the results are useful to systems throughout the region as […]
The 16th Annual Utility Rate Survey questionnaire will be sent out to utilities across the upper Midwest and Rocky Mountain region within the next few weeks. AE2S Nexus conducts the annual survey of water, wastewater, stormwater, and solid waste utility […]
Every utility is unique. Raw water characteristics, treatment processes, size and capacity of utility systems, topography, and utility age are just a few of the factors that will greatly impact monthly utility charges. Therefore, strictly comparing average monthly utility charges […]
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- MPCA Announces Section 319 Funding Application DeadlineBy Heather Syverson on February 8, 2018
Utility Rate SurveyAE2S Nexus conducts an annual rate survey of utilities in the Upper Midwest to help utilities gauge their rates against similar sized systems. Learn More
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