• SaskWater currently has no Precautionary Drinking Water Advisories on its systems.
  • Service Bulletin & PDWA: Saskatoon Potable West Supply System, February 28, 2017
  • Service Bulletin: Diefenbaker Lake District, Lake Lake South (Coteau Hills) Non-Potable Pipeline
  • Service Interruption Bulletin: Buffalo Pound Potable Water Supply, February 28, 2017
  • Information on the Buffalo Pound Non-Potable Water Supply System - East (Yancoal) Feasibility Study
  • Non-potable Water

    SaskWater's non-potable water supply business refers to the delivery of water that is considered not suitable for human consumption in accordance with applicable regulations.

    The majority of SaskWater's non-potable water supply is delivered in large volumes to industrial customers for processing and manufacturing operations, including potash mines and fertilizer manufacturers.

    Municipal customers also purchase non-potable water from SaskWater. These customers own water treatment facilities and perform their own treatment processes prior to residential delivery.

    SaskWater currently owns and operates non-potable water systems in the areas surrounding Saskatoon, Buffalo Pound Lake, Regina and along the Saskatoon Southeast Water Supply System.

     

    In 2015-16, SaskWater delivered 47 billion litres of non-potable water.

     

    Non-Potable System Maps

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