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DRBC Annual Monitoring and Coordination Fee
Please Note: DRBC Now Accepts ACH Payments

The DRBC accepts electronic payments via ACH debit from your bank account for payments of $25.00 or more.

If you cannot make your payment, please email Elba.Deck@drbc.gov or call Elba at 609-883-9500 x201 to discuss an alternative payment schedule. 

Fee Structure: Annual Inflation Adjustment Info

In 2016, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) unanimously approved several changes to its project review fee structure, including an annual monitoring and coordination fee and an annual, indexed inflation adjustment for most fees and water supply charges. These changes became effective January 1, 2017.

Fees will increase commensurate with any increase in the annual April 12-month Consumer Price Index (CPI) for Philadelphia, published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics during that year. In any year in which the April 12-month CPI for Philadelphia declines or shows no change, the water charges rates will remain unchanged.

Annual, indexed inflation adjustments take effect on July 1 of each year.

Annual Inflation Adjustment Information:

The most recent annual, indexed inflation adjustment took effect July 1, 2022.

Questions?

Please email annualfee@drbc.gov or call 609-477-7255.

Annual Monitoring and Coordination Fee Table

Annual Monitoring and Coordination Fee (current as of July 1, 2022)

Water Allocation Annual Fee Allocation
$3521
$5281
$7621
$9671
$11721
< 4.99 mgm
5.00 to 49.99 mgm
50.00 to 499.99 mgm
500.00 to 9,999.99 mgm
> or = to 10,000 mgm
Wastewater Discharge Annual Fee Discharge Design Capacity
$3521
$7151
$9611
$11721
< 0.05 mgd
0.05 to 0.9 mgd
1 to 10 mgd
>10 mgd

1Rates effective July 1, 2022, as published in the Federal Register Notice announcing the rate adjustments (pdf). 

Rates are subject to an annual, indexed inflation adjustment in accordance with the approved resolution (pdf).

mgm = million gallons per month

mgd = million gallons per day

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