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SaskWater is Saskatchewan’s commercial Crown water utility, helping communities, First Nations and industry gain access to reliable and professional water and wastewater services.
SaskWater’s key areas of operation are potable and non-potable water supply to municipal and industrial customers, wastewater treatment and management, certified operation and maintenance, leak detection audits, project management, remote monitoring and water and wastewater operator training for First Nations.
SaskWater provides professional water and wastewater services to 66 communities, 10 rural municipalities, 79 rural pipeline groups, 17 industrial and 243 commercial and end user customers. SaskWater’s services, directly and indirectly, reach approximately 107,000 people in Saskatchewan.
In order to provide these services, SaskWater owns 10 water treatment plants, three wastewater facilities, including 15 km of wastewater forcemain, 140 km of canal and 942 km of potable and non-potable water pipeline. SaskWater also owns or leases 43 booster and pump stations across the provinc
Headquartered in Moose Jaw, SaskWater has approximately 131 employees working in several locations including Moose Jaw, Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Meadow Lake, La Ronge, Melville, Melfort, Wakaw, White City, Fort Qu’Apelle, Kindersley, Gravelbourg, Cupar, Meota, Cochin, Watrous, Hanley and Elbow.
In 2019-20, SaskWater delivered 7.8 billion litres of high-quality drinking water and 36.7 billion litres of non-potable water to its customers.
SaskWater has tabled its 2019-20 Annual Report, which provides a summary of significant achievements, including major progress on infrastructure projects and substantial customer growth.
As a visual representation of our identity, the value of the logo as a corporate asset depends on it being used in consistent manner to strengthen the identity of the company. To accomplish this objective, SaskWater has developed brand standards to support the use of its logo. Identity specification standards must be used when preparing all forms of visual material that carry the company’s identity. In order to support correct use of the SaskWater logo, we have made several graphic versions available to download. Logo variations include both colour and greyscale.