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  1. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    People here may, or may not, know that water restrictions are often applied in France and that you need to pay attention to these. This site is maintained up to date and will assist you http://propluvia.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/propluvia/faces/index.jsp
  2. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi all, Do all utility companies charge a standard charge whether you use any electric or water? If not, does anyone know of any that don't :]
  3. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    Anyone else experiencing this? Is this a frequent thing? My husband and I just moved here last month. Any feedback on mexicos utilities would be greatly appreciated thank you.
  4. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    Hi everyone, If anyone out there in Portugal could give an idea as to how much would I pay for: - Internet - T.V - Cellphone - Electricity - Water Really appreciate it, it's kind of hard to find online! thanks
  5. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    Which are the best reverse osmosis water systems with 5 or 6 stages that can be purchased in Mexico?
  6. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Just wondering if anyone has any experience with low shower and water pressure in the bathroom, in apartment buildings? I think nothing can really be done but can anyone suggest any solutions? Thanks
  7. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Heating & cooling in Spain is so different compared to what I am used to in the US. What I know: I have a 150 sq meter apartment in Barcelona with a 10-15 year old Saunier Duval gas boiler. It heats my apartment by heating water which circulates through about 12 radiators in various rooms the...
  8. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    aggravated once again here in acapulco the costa azul area, 3 days without running water i have 55 gal plastic drum and 100 gal with my family that last two days, and big inconvenience using the stored water when needed think its time to build a cistern system to store more water, even...
  9. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hey guys, I am a complete newbie here to this website, and I have a quick question that maybe some of you could help me with! My family and I are currently moving ourselves to the UAE, after coming over for the past few years on 'extended holidays' :) The one thing I was quite suprised with...
  10. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    I am a customer of the water company Tavira Verde. Currently I have one water meter through which consumption for inside the house, garden irrigation and pool pass. On top the actual consumption I pay a pro-rata charge for sewage and for garbage. My neighbour tells me that it is possible to...
  11. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Just moved in and need a water company. Have an offer of AED 399 for 2 jugs, a machine and 8 water refill coupons. Is this a reasonable price?
  12. Egypt Expat Forum for Expats Living in Egypt
    Hey guys this is my first post and I was wondering if someone from Egypt (currently residing) could answer a few question for me, regarding water bottle prices. I know how insensitive and mundane it must sound, given your country's current political state but I really need help and I have...
  13. Other Asia
    Hi fellow expats, My name is Andrew Muller from PureLiving China, China’s leading indoor environmental health and safety consulting firm focused on helping our clients test the quality of their air and water using international standards, identify sources of pollution, and then eliminate them...
  14. Egypt Expat Forum for Expats Living in Egypt
    I recently arrived in Cairo and have a questions how expats deal with water. I looked at a few previous posts, but I was wondering if anyone had more up to date answers. Specifically, I am considering three options: 1) Just buying tons of bottles of water (although I would prefer to not add...
  15. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    I need urgently to contact SASI abruzzo in order to arrange payment for my water bill. This was originally taken care of by my renovation project manager who has since unexpectedly emigrated. Would someone please provide me with contact details for SASI in Abruzzo eg an email address would be...
  16. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    Just had an 'ITEM 27 eco-turbo termocamino' installed to provide central heating and hot water. I have however been given no instructions or manual. Does anyone know how to get the best out of this particular woodburner or suggest where I may be able to get info or instructions for use? Any...
  17. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    Hi, Myself, my partner and our 3 yr old little girl are looking to make a new addition to our family, that being a puppy! We are really looking for a portuguese water dog. Does anyone know if there are any dogs that need rehoming/adopted, we are a young family and live in the countryside, the...
  18. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    Hi all, does anyone know a company that supplies water for swimming pools north of Alicante - Javea/Denia/Moraira way? Just had work done to ours and we are told that it is very expensive to to fill it up from the tap. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
  19. Egypt Expat Forum for Expats Living in Egypt
    I am tired of having to deal with bottled water. Can anyone give me advice on purchasing a water filtration system in Egypt??? How many stages should we get? What should those stages be? The blue light thingy that zaps all the microbs interested me but is that over kill?? What brands have...
  20. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Ok, so you get the house and you're due to move in. You're going to be living in the Springs and you need to get the power/water on. What do we need document-wise? How quickly do they operate and the rest. Thanks in anticipation of the usual fantastic help. Far from at ease...
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