Follow

WAT-1 POTABLE WATER

Erratum

Documentation Requirements for 12 consecutive months of Water consumption for Compliance path 1,2,3 and 4 when no Municipal account(s) or Eskom account(s) have been provided

Erratum Number
WAT-1-E-EBP1-2203

Guidance

2018-02-16

1. Metering (inhouse option): 

  • Picture / screenshot (date stamped) to provide evidence of the software/ system/programme used to extract data where no utility bill has been provided; 
  • Where an excel document submitted data - confirmation of the source of data has to be provided for verification of the data (kl numbers entered) for correctness;
  • Signed off confirmation from the facilities person/ inhouse person responsible and verifying the data.

2. Utility Metering company (outsourced):

  • Picture / screenshot (date stamped) to provide evidence of the software/ system/ programme used to extract data where no utility bill has been provided; 
  • Where an excel document submitted  data - confirmation of the source of data has to be provided for verification of the data (kl numbers entered) for correctness;
  • Signed off confirmation from the  utility metering company or the facilities person verifying the data.

______________________________________

CREDIT INTERPRETATION REQUEST

The project team’s proposal for allowing the period of comparison of 6 consecutive months in the form of 5 utility accounts,  TM states: "A further 1 point is awarded where there is proven water saving during 6 consecutive months of the performance period compared to same period in the previous year."

CIR Number
WAT1-C-EBP1-1130

Guidance

2016/02/09

The GBCSA request that the following be submitted within Round 1 submission;

  1. The dates of the water performance period is to be clearly stated in the submission.
  2. The 6 consecutive months or the prior year/period which are being compared to the 6 conservative months of the performance period has been clearly indicated.
  3. Project teams will be allowed to show a variance (this may not exceed a period of more than 21 Days)  in the billing number of days as long as the municipal bill still covers the month being compared to (start in the same month of the year before), and that the period that they compare/measure in the year before is for a full 6 months (or more) of municipal bills
  4. Municipal data/signed off data - this may be for 6 months and if the billing is in the form of 5 municipal accounts it will be accepted as long as the consecutive months coincide (with dates clearly highlighted) and accumulate to the 6 months of performance data.
Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit a request

Comments

Powered by Zendesk