Why should people really have to pay for water and air, should private companies

  1. Sky9106 profile image71
    Sky9106posted 7 years ago

    Why should people really have to pay for water and air, should private companies own the

    My belief of the things that will take place in the future of our world, being as scary as it look in my scope. We will have to pay for everything, but when I see the advantage that's taking place already.
    Imagine a family having their water turned off for non payment of $50. while having the company hold $200 in escrow. There will be a $40 reconnection fee.

  2. lafamillia profile image76
    lafamilliaposted 7 years ago

    Hmmm.... I think AIR and our little "place under the clouds" is something that is guaranteed by our birth!!! Water should be payed BUT i think that government agencies for analyzing the water quality should put the maximum price per cube-meter! That would have a huge impact on water companies, and the competition about what water company will supply our house with water would be crucial for water-price and ...much more! Competition is crucial, monopoly in water-supply is something that NEEDED TO BE CHANGE!

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  3. Sky9106 profile image71
    Sky9106posted 7 years ago

    I  definitely will, lafamillia  thanks for your input , I guess growing up in the islands where during my younger days, just about everything that came with nature was free, it may not be that same way thirty five years later , but to see a family have their water supply shut off, at the hands of a monopoly it's simply barbaric . If they limit usage , even that is better , and on top of that, holding $200 in escrow . Well your call .  I'll be back to read your facebook piece. Thanks and praises, Blessings.


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