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 provides professional water and wastewater services to 65 communities, nine rural municipalities, 81 rural pipeline groups, 17 industrial and 242 commercial and end user customers. SaskWater’s services directly and indirectly reach approximately 120,000 people in Saskatchewan.
In order to provide these services, SaskWater owns nine water treatment plants, three wastewater facilities, 140 km of canal and 964 km of pipeline. SaskWater also owns or leases 40 booster and pump stations across the province.
Good quality drinking water is the foundation for a vibrant community and assures residents' health and well-being. Communities contracting their water supply services from SaskWater can be assured that their drinking water is safe and healthy for personal use, is reliable in quality and quantity and will meet the community's needs now and into the future.
Our Vision is to be the best at connecting water for life and growth, partnering for a better tomorrow.
Our Mission is to provide safe, reliable and sustainable water and wastewater services for Saskatchewan.
Integrity - We act ethically with respect, honesty, courtesy and fairness.
Professionalism - We provide quality, expertise and excellence in the delivery of our services, and we are accountable for our actions
Teamwork - We promote cooperation and commitment to achieve our common goals.
Safety - We are committed to safety in all aspects of our operations
Innovation - We pursue continuous improvement and innovative solutions.
Environment - We respect and support the environment and communities where we live and work.
The Value is Clear
Staff dedication to quality control ensures customers receive safe, quality water.
Strong working relationships with regulatory and other government agencies, consultants and contractors enable SaskWater to provide timely and efficient services to customers.
SaskWater's Community Investment program supports Saskatchewan communities through sponsorships and donations.
Staff's technical expertise helps determine the most cost-effective solutions for customers' water and wastewater services.
Investment in asset renewal, asset management, staff training and remote monitoring increases corporate efficiencies and quality service.
Access to knowledge and innovation exchange networks and a commitment to pilot innovative new ideas and technologies.
Below is a link to the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics Policy ("Code") and the Conflict of Interest Policy which set out the standards of conduct expected from every employee of SaskWater and its subsidiaries. All employees are made aware of these policies, and adherence to them is a requirement. These policies are designed to be a guideline for employees in fulfilling their role as employees of SaskWater.
Employees of SaskWater are required to be aware of and comply with all federal and provincial laws and regulations that apply to their positions and to comply with the provisions of the Code and of the Conflict of Interest policy.