This new protocol should make energy suppliers think about the adverse affects on leaseholders before resorting to disconnections
and make it absolutely a last resort.
Specific cultural values and scripts may also hold keys to understanding disconnections
FREEZE on disconnections
for Britain's poorest households until fuel costs come down.
And then there are the "wilderness" of our own personal disconnections
, personal dislocations, personal discomforts and personal distresses.
After the council requests a disconnection
, we have five days to give a quote, five to plan the job and either 15 or 35 days to carry it out.
The scheme is good for clients with long disconnections
but has very large size of IR and assumes that update rate to the database is not high.
was hit with an $18 million judgment in a lawsuit brought by the estate of an individual permanently disabled as a result of a catheter-tubing disconnection
The visual form of Alzheimer's disease may stem from disconnections
in a brain pathway that mediates the perception of motion and spatial relations among objects, Pietrini theorizes.
13 One Group C-C Disconnections
II: Carbonyl Compounds.
On the plus side, the number of electricity customers cut off for not paying their bill tumbled 39%, with gas disconnections
down a massive 58% year-on-year between July and September last year.
Our goal is to avoid service disconnections
," Ogden said.
The report follows guidelines introduced in January 2003 designed to prevent disconnections
and fuel debt.
And consumer watchdogs want the Government to outlaw disconnections
, which are running at about 20,000 a year, to protect hard-up families.
Energywatch Scotland revealed disconnections
fell from 277 to 35 in the last three months of last year.
The vast majority of disconnections
for debt occur where there is no contact from the customer despite our many attempts to contact them by post, telephone or by visiting them at home.