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Central regulator for water prices
November 9, 2017   
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Polish government wants a specially appointed central regulator Wody Polskie to approve water services charges for citizens in an attempt to prevent arbitrary fee hikes by local operators, a fact resented both by water industry and local authorities, the daily Gazeta Wyborcza writes. Water supply companies raise fees due to objective reasons, such as soaring labor costs or acceleration in investment activity, Tadeusz Rzepecki from the water industry lobby Izba Gospodarcza "Wodociagi Polskie" tells the daily.
The new central regulator will inevitably be government-dependent, Andrzej Porawski from the Union of Polish Cities warns. Water services charges will grow anyway due to the planned introduction of the fixed water fee, Porawski adds.
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