10% discount for PWA customers, no registration required.

10% discount for PWA customers, no registration required.

Provincial Waterworks Authority has announced the introduction of a 10% discount on water supply bills for private and rented accommodations, the reduction also applies to SME premises but excludes official and state-owned agencies.

The reduction – a total saving of 293 million baht spread across 4.59 million customers nationwide – will be applied automatically, without the need for advanced registration, to June-July 2021 bills, without advance registration. 

Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) has introduced a 10% discount on water supply bills for private and rented accommodations for public and SMEs, excluding official and state-owned agencies. The reduction – with an estimated saving of 293 million baht across 4.59 million customers nationwide – will be automatically applied for June-July 2021 bills without advanced registration required.

Songsak Thongsri, Deputy Minister of Interior (MOI) revealed: “As the general public and businesses continue to suffer from the financial burden, brought on by the recent rapid surge in COVID cases in April, Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA), announced the new relief policy of 10% reduction on water supply bill in compliance with the government resolutions announced on 5 May 2021. Customer homes and small business outlets (excluding official and state-owned agencies) are eligible for the 10% discount for two months, running from May to June. The new relief measure aims to help ease the burden caused by COVID-19 for 4.59 million PWA customers (95% of total users) – resulting in a saving of 293 million baht in living expenses.” 

Songsak Thongsri, Deputy Minister of Interior (MOI) revealed: “Due to the financial burden brought about to the general public and businesses by the rapid surge of Covid-19 in April, PWA has promptly adopted the new relief policy of 10% reduction on water supply bill in compliance with the government resolutions announced on 5 May 2021. The general public and SMEs will be receiving a 10% discount for two months, running from May to June. This relief measure aims to help ease the burden caused by Covid-19 for 95% of PWA customers (95% of total users) – resulting in over 4.59 million people saving 293 million baht to be allocated for other living expenses.”  

Somboon Sunanthapongsak, PWA Governor, added: “For customers’ convenience, there is no registration required to receive the discount. The deduction message “10% discount of water supply in compliance with government policy” will appear in the June and July bills. 

Somboon Sunanthapongsak, PWA Governor, further added: “For customers’ convenience, no registration for discount is required. The “10% discount of water supply in compliance with government policy” deduction note will appear in June-July bills. 

To increase safety for the public under the Covid-19 preventive measures, customers are advised to make online payments via the 24-hour PWA platforms. Online services, including water bill updates and payment, meter installation and maintenance, as well as options to report leaks and request repairs or enquire about insurance, are available on (1) www.pwa.co.th (2) PWA1662 application and (3) Line Official Account @PWAThailand. 

For more information please call PWA Contact Center 1662.

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