• COVID-19 Update
  • SaskWater currently has no Precautionary Drinking Water Advisories on its systems.
  • Water & Wastewater Systems

    SaskWater is Saskatchewan’s Crown water utility service provider. The company's core lines of business include potable and non-potable water supply, wastewater treatment and management and certified operation and maintenance. To deliver these products SaskWater designs, builds, owns and operates transmission, regional and stand-alone water supply and wastewater systems that meet or exceed regulatory requirements. SaskWater also provides certified operation and maintenance services to customer-owned systems. 

    The Value of Water Quality

    Quality water is a key contributor to a sustainable community. Communities offering good water quality in Saskatchewan are able to retain and grow their populations, attract business and industry, expand community services and assure resident health and well-being. Contracted water utility services from SaskWater provide communities with a distinct water quality advantage and access to: 

    • Capital investment dollars
    • Assurance to meet regulatory requirements
    • Certified operators - local employment opportunities
    • Operations and engineering support services
    • Capital improvement planning
    • Minimized liability and risk

    SaskWater Water and Wastewater Treatment Services

    Saskatchewan Water Services

    SaskWater's focus is water sourcing and water treatment for supply to Saskatchewan communities, and the treatment and disposal of wastewater. SaskWater’s municipal customers own and manage their local water distribution systems and the relationship with their residents. SaskWater essentially provides wholesale water delivery service to the community, who then delivers service to its residents.

    Communities in Saskatchewan typically contact SaskWater when they are experiencing the following water related issues:  

    • Water quality concerns
    • Regulatory requirements
    • Concerns about water quantity and supply sources and quantity
    • Difficulty retaining certified operators
    • Regional project management
    • Planning capital water infrastructure upgrades
    • Evaluating water system sustainability