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Water meters are essential for everyone in Calgary.

In fact, they’re one of the reasons the city gets so much water.

But they’re also getting old, and some of the sensors and sensors you’ll need to replace are coming down.

 “There’s been a steady increase in water meters in the last year or so,” said David Oreskes, a water meter expert at the University of Calgary.

“The number of meters on the market has gone up by about 100 per cent.”

Water meters that were on the shelf for years and years are getting replaced, as are the ones that didn’t last very long.

The city has about 2,000 meters, but the number of new meters has been steadily growing.

“The problem is we’re replacing them at a rate of about 1,000 a month,” Oreske said.

“It’s getting to a point where we can’t afford to have one sitting there.”

That means the city’s water meter infrastructure is going to be at risk of a collapse.

The city’s already started to see water meter prices skyrocket.

In March, the cost of an old water meter in Calgary jumped to more than $1,200, according to an estimate by the Calgary Water Authority.

This week, the city announced a 30-cent price hike for all water meters.

Oreskes said that price hike could be the first of many in the coming years.

Water prices have been rising so fast that it’s hard to keep track of them, he said.

He said it’s not just a matter of having a meter that’s old.

Water meters also need to be upgraded, and it’s going to take some serious money to do it.

Water meters have been in use since the mid-1990s, and in the past two decades, they’ve grown by over 30 per cent.

According to the water authority, the average water meter was in use for less than four years, and they were replaced roughly every five years.

They’re also less reliable than other types of water meters, and water meters are less accurate because of the amount of pressure in them.

Water meter prices can get very high, and the cost for the most part isn’t reflective of the quality of the water.

The average cost of a meter in the city is $100, according a recent report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA).

The cost of replacing an old meter is much more than the cost to replace an old one.

Oreskees said it takes more than a year to replace a water tank in a house, and that’s because of all the water that has to go into the house every day.

For example, when the water meter is replaced, the pressure in the water tank will increase, and this will push water into the ground.

That’s a huge amount of water that’s going into the soil.

In addition, a new water meter will need to have a different circuit board that needs to be replaced, and a new pump.

As for when the city plans to replace the old meters, Oresks said it will likely happen sometime between 2018 and 2022.

Calgary has about 8,000 water meters and it expects to need to install a total of more than 100,000 in the next five years, according the city.

It’s estimated that about 4,000 of those new meters will be on the water system, but about 30 per a month will need replacing.

If the city wants to keep the water meters around, they need to make sure they’re reliable.

We’ve got to make certain we’re not replacing those in a hurry and then having to replace them later on, said Dan McAllister, a Calgary resident who has been paying for water meters for more than 20 years.

“If it’s a good meter, I think it’s worth replacing, but if it’s just not a good one, I’m not sure I would.”

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