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Old 25th July 2014, 12:34   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Dirty Water.

Martin,we don't have a committee,as such,yet.Up until April we were using the water supply for gardens,pool and supplying the villas,then we had a problem at the valve.The beledyi came and repaired the fault and must have seen the situation and stopped the supply to everywhere except the villas.Now we only have a supply to the villas with the obvious result being the gardens are suffering and we don't have a top up outlet for the pool.
This has been a result of our blinkered management,who have given us two options A)pay an outstanding bill of in excess of 10000 lira,how he came up with that figure when there isn't even a meter,could this posibly be a little earner for someone.Or B)pay for the repair to a completely irrelevant pipe,again do I hear the kerching of the till ringing.
It is my belief that if it was possible to have a meter fitted to supply the gardens and pool the owners would accept this and pay,free lunch and all that.
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Old 25th July 2014, 16:19   #12 (permalink)
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Just checked out when I had garden water meter fitted and the cost .Was fitted 2008, the cost was 140.00tl that was cost of Meter and registration with Didim council .just a T joint of the main into apartment and short piece of pipe to meter then a piece of pipe to tap .
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How much would a tanker cost to fill a pool.I know pool sizes vary but a ball park figure would help.Would it be in the region of 150 to 200 lira or 300 to 500lira or more,any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Generally speaking its considerably cheaper to fill it from your tap- certainly in this area
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Martin,we don't have a committee,as such,yet.Up until April we were using the water supply for gardens,pool and supplying the villas,then we had a problem at the valve.The beledyi came and repaired the fault and must have seen the situation and stopped the supply to everywhere except the villas.Now we only have a supply to the villas with the obvious result being the gardens are suffering and we don't have a top up outlet for the pool.
This has been a result of our blinkered management,who have given us two options A)pay an outstanding bill of in excess of 10000 lira,how he came up with that figure when there isn't even a meter,could this posibly be a little earner for someone.Or B)pay for the repair to a completely irrelevant pipe,again do I hear the kerching of the till ringing.
It is my belief that if it was possible to have a meter fitted to supply the gardens and pool the owners would accept this and pay,free lunch and all that.
Thanks to all for their imput.
My guess through experience is the aritma system has never been finished that might explain the cost. As far as I know sites must use recycled water to water gardens, might be an area thing though that.

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Re: Dirty Water.

Going back to the original post, the only problem that 'might' happen is if the kitchen sink allows too much food debris and the shower/bath has too much soap.

I used to have a shop bought plastic/polythene tube with lots of small holes along it which allowed the water to drain out along the length of the tube which was fitted to the kitchen sink outlet, but the garden started to smell because of waste food that was also going onto the lawn.

So really speaking the kitchen sink idea was not very good.

Maybe the bath/shower or wash basin might be ok providing there is not too much soap.
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