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Quick repairs to running or leaking toilets could save you from receiving a large water bill. A standard 1.5-gallon toilet takes approximately 30 seconds for the tank to refill from a standard flush which is 3 gallons per minute. If your flapper valve is open and the tank is constantly draining a loss of 60 gallons per hour would equal 1,440 gallons per day.
If you did not have the toilet repaired for 30 days there could be as much as 43,200 gallons or 57.75 cubic feet of water lost and at $2.71 per cubic foot your water bill would increase by about $156.50 So if you notice a problem, get it fixed quickly.
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The Utility Billing page has contact information as well as a list of ways to pay your bill including Online Bill Pay.
You can request a trash can or change your current trash can size by calling the Utility Billing Department at 208-746-3671.
The 2020 Recycling Calendar and recyclable items list is available online.
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Please contact Sunshine Disposal and Recycling at 208-743-4075.