Meter reading

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The meter is read systematically once a year.The period during which your meter will be read is specified on your invoice.

Our meter readers have Vannes town council's official identity card.If you are in any doubt, do not hesitate to ask to see their ID.

The meter reading card

If we cannot gain access to your meter, or if you are not at  home, we leave a meter reading card to enable you to note down the index on the meter (black figures).The card must be sent back within five days.

If the card is not sent back, an appointment will be made with one of our officers and you will be invoiced.  


Ensure that the meter is read during the inventory of fixtures.

Your meter is a precious source of information that you can use yourself to check the condition of your system and check that there are no leaks.To detect "invisible" leaks, you just need to read your meter in the evening before going to bed and check it again in the morning, without turning on any taps or using any household appliances. If the reading is different, this indicates a water leak.


To ensure the reliability and accuracy of the meter, the water and sewage management service renews the meters every ten years.

When this free replacement operation is carried out, a letter will be put in your letter box specifying the date and meter removal index.

The index can be checked at the water and sewage management service offices, for a period of thirty days.



Place Maurice Marchais

Tél. : 02 97 01 60 00



Monday to Friday from 8h to 12h15 and from 13h15 to 18h.Saturday morning from 9h to 12h.



7 rue Joseph Le Brix

Tél. : 02 97 01 60 00


Ouverture :


Monday to Friday from 8h15 to 12h15 and from 13h15 to 17h.


Permanence of the state civil service, Saturday 9am to 12pm.Are given priority: the declarations of birth and death as well as passport applications (by appointment).


Saturday morning, home phone from 9h to 12h.