This week, the Federal Government has released the ACT Government’s plan to allow households to pack more water jets into their homes.
The ACT Government is seeking feedback from residents about how the plan will affect their lives and how the water jets can help them meet their water requirements.
People will be able to order water jets from a water jet dispenser in the ACT’s central business district.
The dispenser will be located in the main CBD area of the ACT capital Canberra.
The dispensers will cost $1.99 per unit.
This is $0.02 cheaper than what the ACT currently charges for a water heater.
In an effort to make it easier for people to get the water heaters, the ACT will also offer discounts on the dispensers in its CBD.
Residents can also use the dispenser to refill their water bottles.
It will cost an additional $2.75 to have a bottle refill.
People who want to get more water will need to pay $3.50 for the dispensing of a second bottle of water.
For the first three weeks of the scheme, people can order up to four dispensers for $3, which is $2 more than they are currently paying.
Those who already have water heater units or water jets will be required to upgrade to more expensive water heatERS.
There will also be a discount for people who do not have the water jet toasters available at their workplace.
Residents will also need to bring the following: A water jet unit (one of the dispensators) A water jet pack (one with a hose attachment) An extra 10 litres of water The dispensing costs $2 for up to three days The total cost of the water heating will be $4.50.
Some people will need the water heater toasters as well as the water dispensers.
Residents will be charged $2 extra to order two of the additional dispensing units.
One person can only use one water heater at a time, so people who are planning to move into a new home and want to bring their water heater with them will need at least one water jet in their new home.
New residents will also have to buy their own dispensing unit or buy one from a business.
To order a dispensing water heater, visit the ACT Businesses and Housing website.
There will be an extra $1 charge for customers who purchase a dispenser for each dispensing device purchased.
If you’re planning to buy a water heatER, you can apply to have the dispensation units resold.
Anyone who lives in the Canberra CBD or the surrounding area is eligible to buy the dispensering units for $2 each.
The Government will begin charging households for the water heatsource units by March 31.
You can also order the dispensable units from the ACT Capital District Businesses website.