A national water protest has been announced for Saturday the 8th of April.
Right2Water campaigners say they hope it will be the final push in scrapping water charges for good.
The bills won't be returning in the way they were issued in 2015 and a group of TDs have been tasked with deciding how water services should be funded.
Reports suggest people who paid their bills will get their money back but Fine Gael and Fianna Fail are deadlocked on the issue of wasting water.
The outcome of that dispute may dictate whether the state keeps the water metering system.
The committee has been given until Good Friday to present its decision to the Dail.
Brendan Ogle from Right2Water says the government isn't concerned about water conservation and that, to them, it's all about privatising water services:
"Could we stop pretending that water is not being privatised all over the world and that we're somehow different? Could we stop pretending that water as an asset class in the world today is the most profitable asset class apart from financial instruments? Could we stop pretend that we have householders with swimming pools hidden in their attics?"