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SaskWater Tables 2014 Annual Report

Released on April 13, 2015

The Saskatchewan Water Corporation tabled its 2014 annual report in the Saskatchewan Legislature today.  Titled Helping Communities Grow, the annual report provides an overview of the year’s activities and delivers the Crown corporation’s financial statements.  SaskWater reported a net income of $5.5 million for 2014.

“SaskWater’s success is an indicator of the progress and growth we are seeing across the province,” Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Water Corporation Scott Moe said.  “The high level of service SaskWater delivers benefits communities and industries across Saskatchewan.”

Highlights of SaskWater’s activities in 2014 included:
  • Providing professional water and wastewater services to industries, municipalities, rural pipeline groups and First Nations in 63 communities in Saskatchewan, serving more than 72,000 people;
  • Reinvesting its profits into infrastructure and asset refurbishment to support community needs such as upgrades to the potable water supply system for White City and expansion of the Echo Regional wastewater facility;
  • Continuing the multi-year project to build the water supply system for the BHP Billiton Jansen Mine project and upgrade the Saskatoon Southeast Water Supply system canal; and
  • Achieving an 86 per cent overall approval rating on their customer satisfaction survey.
 SaskWater also released its water quality report for 2014 today which provides details on their high quality water services.  The annual report and water quality report will be available online at www.saskwater.com.

SaskWater is Saskatchewan’s commercial Crown water utility providing safe, reliable and professional water and wastewater services.


For more information, contact:

Dan Wall
Moose Jaw
Phone: 306-694-3766
Email: dan.wall@saskwater.com
Cell: 306-690-8058

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