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Natural Gas Providers

Union Gas Limited

Rate 110-Large Volume General Firm Service

Any customer in Union's Fort Frances, Western, Northern or Eastern Zones who is an end-user whose total firm gas requirements at one or more Company-owned meters at one location exceed 93,000 m3 per year.

Charges Rate: 01-Oct-16 (effective date)
Total Gas Supply Charge 11.3542
Delivery, First: 1,000 7.2298 ˘/m3
Next 9,000 5.8947 ˘/m3
Next 20,000 5.2108 ˘/m3
Next 70,000 4.716 ˘/m3
All over 100,000 2.8414 ˘/m3
Delivery Price Adjustment (all volumes) 0.0000
Monthly Charge 70
Additional Items
Source: www.uniongas.com

Union Gas Limited

Rate 101-Small Volume General Firm Service

Any customer in Union's Fort Frances, Western, Northern or Eastern Zones who is an end user whose total gas requirements at that location are equal to or less than 2,200 m3 per year.

Charges Rate: 01-Oct-16 (effective date)
Total Gas Supply Charge 11.3542
Delivery, First: 100 8.908 ˘/m3
Next 200 8.6825 ˘/m3
Next 200 8.3287 ˘/m3
Next 500 8.004 ˘/m3
All over 1,000 7.7358 ˘/m3
Delivery Price Adjustment (all volumes) 0.0000
Monthly Charge 21
Additional Items
Source: www.uniongas.com
 

Electricity Providers

Hydro One Networks

Effective Date 01-Feb-16
Business Customers (Less than 50 kW)
As a small business customer typically uses less than 50 kilowatts (kW) on average per month, you are set up with a standard meter capable of reading kilowatt hours (kWh).
Rate Classification 750 General Service - Urban Energy
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) 750 9.9 cents/kWh
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) 750-250,000 11.6 cents/kWh
Delivery Fixed charge $23.84/month
Delivery Volume charge 2.50 cents/kWh
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.61; Transmission connection charge (adju
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.13 cents; Wholesale market service rate
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 0.70* cents/kWh†
Additional Time-of-Use Prices (as of May 1, 2015): Off-Peak: 8.0cents; Mid-Peak: 12.2cents; On-Peak: 16.1cents
Notes:
2 Delivery rates are effective January 1, 2016, but not implemented until February 1, 2016. To account for the delay in implementing rates, we have applied an adjustment to the distribution service charge. This adjustment will be effective from February 1 to December 31, 2016. This adjustment is a charge. 3 The Ontario Energy Board had directed electricity distributors, including Hydro One, to collect a Smart Metering Entity Charge of $0.79 per month from all residential and general service energy-billed (< 50 kW) customers and remit it to the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO). The charge recovers the cost of developing and implementing the provincial Meter Data Management Repository (MDM/R) and its information technology to collect and process data from smart meters throughout the province. The charge will be in effect from May 1, 2013 to October 31, 2018.
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General Service - Energy
01-Feb-16
Rate Classification 750-250,000 750
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) 750-250,000 11.6 cents/kWh
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) $29.46 /month 5.65 cents/kWh
Delivery Fixed charge Transmission network charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.57; Transmission connection charge (adju
Delivery Volume charge 0.25 $/month
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.13 cents; Wholesale market service rate
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.70* cents/kWh
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Time-of-Use Prices: Off-Peak: 8.3 cost/kWh; Mid-Peak: 12.8cents; On-Peak: 17.5 cost/kWh; Line loss
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 1 Weighted average hourly sport market price (WAHSP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
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Additional http://www.hydroone.com/MyBusiness/MyAccount/MyBillExplained/Pages/SmallBusinessDeliveryRates.aspx
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Business Customers (More than 50 kW)
As a small business customer typically uses more than 50 kilowatts (kW) on average per month, you are set up with a meter(s) capable of reading both kWh and kW.
Rate Classification over 250,000 kWh/year with a conventional meter (˘/kWh) General Service -Urban Demand
First kWh per month (adjusted usage) over 250,000 kWh/year with a conventional meter (˘/kWh) weighted average spot market price or retailer contract
Additional kWh (adjusted usage) over 250,000 kWh/year with an interval meter (˘/kWh) spot market price or retailer contract
Delivery Fixed charge $102.71/month
Delivery Volume charge $8.5438 cents/kW
Delivery Volume charge (adjusted usage) Transmission network charge (billed demand - $/kW): 2.0450; Transmission connection charge (billed d
Regulatory Fixed charge 0.25 $/month
Regulatory Volume charge (adjusted usage) Rural rate protection charge (adjusted usage - cents/kWh): 0.13cents; Wholesale market service rate
Debt Retirement charge (metered usage) 0.70 cents/kWh†
Additional Time-of-Use Prices (as of May 1, 2015): Off-Peak: 8.0cents; Mid-Peak: 12.2cents; On-Peak: 16.1cents
Notes:
1 Weighted average hourly sport market price (WAHSP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
2 Hourly Ontario energy price (HOEP) or retail contract plus Global Adjustment.
3 Delivery rates are effective January 1, 2016, but not implemented until February 1, 2016. To account for the delay in implementing rates, we have applied an adjustment to the distribution service charge. This adjustment will be effective from February 1 to December 31, 2016. This adjustment is a charge.
4 Retail transmission rates shown have been adjusted for line losses.
5 An adjustment for line losses is included under the Delivery line for low-volume customers who use less than 150,000 kWh of electricity a year. Customers paying the spot market price will have this adjustment included under the Electricity line. It is calculated as follows: {adjusted use in kWh x (RPP prices/spot price/retail contract price)} – {metered use in kWh x RPP prices/spot price/retail contract price)} = line loss adjustment.
6If you've enrolled with a retailer, the $0.25 standard supply service administration charge will be deducted from the Regulatory charges on your bill.
7The Ontario electricity support program reduces electricity costs for low-income customers. It is funded through a per kilowatt-hour charge on all electricity bills, effective January 1, 2016.
8Communities of Bancroft, Campbellford and Eganville have their own specific rates for the Debt Retirement Charge. They are as follows: Bancroft = 0.66˘ per kWh; Campbellford = 0.49˘ per kWh; and Eganville = 0.60˘ per kWh. The Debt Retirement Charge will be removed from the electricity bills of businesses and other large users for electricity used after March 31, 2018.
Metered usage in kilowatt-hours is the amount of electricity you used in kilowatt-hours (kWh). It is calculated by taking the difference in meter readings and multiplied, if applicable, by the multiplier indicated on your meter.
Adjusted usage in kilowatt-hours is the amount of electricity you used in kWh adjusted to cover the line losses in the electricity system that are not measured by your meter. When electricity is transmitted over long distances and passes through wires and transformers, it's normal for a small amount of power to be used or lost as heat. For example, if we deliver 1,000 kWh to you, we must purchase a small amount more than what you use. To determine the amount of electricity we need to buy for you, we use a calculation called an “adjustment factor.” The adjustment factor is approved by the Ontario Energy Board and varies according to your service type.
Source: www.hydroone.com
 

Water Providers

Availability Name of Provider OCWA - Geraldton Plant
Rated Capacity (cu.m.) 6,048 Major Source
Average Daily Demand (cu.m.) 2,165 Plant (if more than one) Geraldton
Peak Demand (cu.m.)    
Effective Date    
Flat Water Rate 134.22    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Other Water Fees    
Water Connection Fee    
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Availability Name of Provider OCWA - Longlac Plant
Rated Capacity (cu.m.) 4,550 Major Source
Average Daily Demand (cu.m.) 1,202 Plant (if more than one) Longlac
Peak Demand (cu.m.)    
Effective Date    
Flat Water Rate    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Other Water Fees    
Water Connection Fee 134.22    
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Availability Name of Provider OWCA - Nakina Plant
Rated Capacity (cu.m.) 2,000 Major Source
Average Daily Demand (cu.m.) 300 Plant (if more than one) Nakina
Peak Demand (cu.m.)    
Effective Date    
Flat Water Rate 134.22    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Other Water Fees    
Water Connection Fee    
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Sewer Providers

Average daily demand (cu.m.) 1,897 Name of Sewage Provider OWCA - Geraldton Plant
Peak demand (cu.m.) Type of Service
Effective Date    
Flat Rate Charge $123.48    
Flat Rate As A % of Total Water Rate    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Sewer Connection Fee    
Other Sewer Fees    
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Average daily demand (cu.m.) 1,880 Name of Sewage Provider OWCA - Longlac Plant
Peak demand (cu.m.) Type of Service
Effective Date    
Flat Rate Charge $123.48    
Flat Rate As A % of Total Water Rate    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Sewer Connection Fee    
Other Sewer Fees    
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Average daily demand (cu.m.) 415 Name of Sewage Provider OWCA - Nakina Plant
Peak demand (cu.m.) Type of Service
Effective Date    
Flat Rate Charge $123.48    
Flat Rate As A % of Total Water Rate    
Cost per cu.m. of Water    
Sewer Connection Fee    
Other Sewer Fees    
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Landfill Sites

Beardmore Landfill Landfill Site
Name of Agency Municipality of Greenstone
Plans for New Capacity yes  
Working Hours: Beardmore: Winter - Monday and Friday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Summer - Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(Summer operations begin the Wednesday following the May long weekend until the Wednesday
after the September long weekend.)
Tipping Fees: Greater than ˝ ton load (i.e. trailer) $35.00
Single Axle 3 Ton up to Triaxle load $350.00
End Dump Tractor Trailer Load $750.00
Source: www.greenstone.ca
Geraldton Landfill Landfill Site
Name of Agency Municipality of Greenstone Hwy 11
Plans for New Capacity yes
Working Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday - 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m

*Household Waste only - meaning waste that is collectable as part of weekly collection service, in accordance with By-Law 09-48. Scrap metal, appliances, electronic waste, and tires are acceptable in the designated areas. All other waste is termed Construction Waste and remains restricted from the landfill at this time.
Tipping Fees: Greater than ˝ ton load (i.e. trailer) $35.00
Single Axle 3 Ton up to Triaxle load $350.00
End Dump Tractor Trailer Load $750.00
Source: www.greenstone.ca
Longlac Landfill Landfill Site
    North side of Kimberly-Clarks Crib Road Extension
Plans for New Capacity yes
Working Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday – 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.
Tipping Fees: Greater than ˝ ton load (i.e. trailer) $35.00
Single Axle 3 Ton up to Triaxle load $350.00
End Dump Tractor Trailer Load $750.00
Source: www.greenstone.ca
Nakina Landfill Landfill Site
Name of Agency Municipality Hwy 584
Plans for New Capacity yes
Working Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday – 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tipping Fees: Greater than ˝ ton load (i.e. trailer) $35.00
Single Axle 3 Ton up to Triaxle load $350.00
End Dump Tractor Trailer Load $750.00
Source: www.greenstone.ca