THE SASKWATER ADVANTAGE
At SaskWater, we’ve been partnering with industrial customers for over 50 years, providing reliable water and wastewater services. The feasibility studies, permit applications, public consultations, deciphering the water regulations – it’s all familiar territory. This unique insight helps us navigate the complexities of establishing, operating and maintaining industrial water and wastewater systems in the province. We’ll also protect your investment through real-time facility monitoring services and forward-looking asset management programs.
Our expertise benefits our industrial customers by allowing them to focus on their core lines of business while we focus on solutions and services that fit schedules and budgets.
WORKING WITH INDUSTRY
Our experienced operators and in-house engineers are dedicated to finding water supply and wastewater solutions that allow you to achieve your targets and find success. Trust us to construct, manage, and maintain the water and wastewater infrastructure you require while you focus on your business objectives.
While a connection to our existing infrastructure could be the answer to your industrial water needs, we are experienced in developing new systems to suit industry. As a Crown corporation with well-established relationships with regulators, we can work with those agencies on your behalf to ensure all necessary permits and approvals are in order. From there, we can manage the construction of a water supply or wastewater project from the design stage, through to construction and even commissioning.
We can also provide certified operation and maintenance service or asset management support to ensure the sustainability and longevity of your water or wastewater services.
If you need assistance with operations, regulations, or constructing your water infrastructure project, we can help you.
Our team has the experience and knowledge to develop and deliver water service and infrastructure solutions. We can help with:
> Identifying water infrastructure needs and innovative solutions
> Developing conceptual design reports, including high-level capital costs
> Providing project management of design, procurement and construction
> Securing appropriate project approvals
> Public and First Nations consultation
> Obtaining environmental and archaeological approvals
> Managing land control
> Commissioning, managing, operating, and maintaining infrastructure
> Asset Management