July 9, 2013

Sign up for E-Statements and Receive $5.00 Rebate

credit card onlineIf you’re not already signed up for E-statements, now is the time to do so. Customers signing up for E-statements July 1 through December 31, 2013, will receive a one-time, $5.00 rebate on their water bill.  To sign up for E-statements, visit Des Moines Water Works to set up an online account.  Once logged into your account, simply select Go Paperless from the top green navigation bar.

Currently, only 5% of Des Moines Water Works’ customers receive Estatements. It costs $0.84 to print and mail just one paper statement, and DMWW’s annual expenses for printing and mailing statements is $866,000. Des Moines Water Works saves $43,000 a year with current E-statement customers, but that savings could increase significantly if more customers chose to receive e-statements.

There are many advantages to choosing to receive E-statements. They are convenient, environmentally friendly, help prevent identity theft and they help reduce costs, which in turn, helps keep water rates low.

For more information on E-statements, visit Des Moines Water Works or contact a Customer Service Representative at (515) 283-8700.

Posted by: Amy Kahler 5 Comments
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5 Responses to “Sign up for E-Statements and Receive $5.00 Rebate”

  1. July 11, 2013 at 9:32 am, Curtasian said:

    Your link to http://www.dmww.com does not appear to work.

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    • July 11, 2013 at 10:59 am, Laura Sarcone said:

      Thank you so much for calling this to our attention! The problem with the link to our home page has been resolved.

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  2. November 27, 2013 at 10:17 pm, karen potivon said:

    Floride = poison in drinking water. Hitler used it on the jews and russians in the concentration camps to dumb them down. It isn’t just harmful to infants but it is harmful to everyone. It is know to cause infertility and cause cancer. STOP PUTTING FLORIDE IN THE WATER!!! A lot of cities are now stopping this practice because citizens are finally waking up to what’s going on and what the government has been doing to citizens for decades.

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  3. January 04, 2014 at 9:31 pm, crystal zavala said:

    what is the DMWW Registration Key a can not find that

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    • January 04, 2014 at 11:14 pm, Laura Sarcone said:

      The registration key is the series of numbers located at the bottom of your bill statement.

      Reply

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