Currently our natural gas is supplied by Atmos Energy. The current average industrial rate is as follows:
|Customer Charge per Meter||$752 per month|
|First 0 MMBtu to 1,500 MMBtu||$0.3172 per MMBtu|
|Next 3,500 MMBtu||$0.2322 per MMBtu|
|All MMBtu over 5,000 MMBtu||$0.0498 per MMBtu|
|Major Source||Lake Randell and Lake Texoma|
|Water Treatment Provider||City of Denison|
|Rated Capacity (mgd)||13|
|Average Daily Demand||4.2|
|Peak Demand (mgd)||10|
|Pressure on Mains||60 PSI|
|Cost per 1000 Gallons||Residential: $2.8140|
|Water Tap Fee||Residential: $580 - $1850|
Commercial/Industrial over 2": Customer provides material, plus exact City cost
Water Analysis (MG/L)
|Manganese||0.06 - .008|
|Provider Name||City of Denison|
|Type of Service||City Owned - Activate Sludge Process|
|Rated Capacity (mgd)||6|
|Average Daily Demand (mgd)||2.4|
|Cost per 1000 Gallons||Residential - $2.4522|
Commercial/Industrial - $3.4974
|Sewer Connection Fee||Residential - $475.00 to $750|
Commercial/Industrial 6" - Variable Direct Cost
Solid Waste Disposal
The City of Denison and Waste Management of Texas provide a solid waste disposal system for normal, non-hazardous wads. Various private contractors handle hazardous waste disposal and recycling.
Quality Requirements for Discharge
BOD & TSS
Industries discharging more than 50 pounds per day of BOD and TSS must obtain a discharge permit that allows a rate of 500 MG/L multiplied by the flow from their plant.
Oil & Grease - 150 MG/L
* Permitted industry surcharges apply at waste concentrations above 250 MG/L.
When it comes to electricity supply, Texas has an advantage no other state can offer. Texas boasts its own stand alone electric power grid to ensure a reliable, secure and uninterrupted supply of electricity. In 1993, the Center for Advancement of Energy Markets ranked Texas the "number one" deregulated market in the United States.
The new era of deregulation in Texas offers new opportunities for competitive rates and services. The current industrial rate is 6.9 cents per kilowatt hour. Below is the link to information for residential and non-residential electrical power providers.
Visit the Power To Choose website.