SaskWater reports total income of $8-million, highlights projects done in 2021-22

SaskWater released its annual report for the fiscal year of 2021-22.

It shows a total income of $8-million dollars and will contribute dividends of $6.49-million to the province.

SaskWater also noted record-high customer satisfaction ratings.

SaskWater says it created a new six-year plan with an emphasis on growth, in line with the provincial government’s Growth Plan, and 2021-22 was the first year of its implementation.

Important infrastructure initiatives that got underway in 2021-22, including major industrial projects announced in the Regina area.

Preliminary planning is underway to expand SaskWater’s nearby infrastructure into a regional non-potable water supply system.

Other highlights include the completed expansion of its water treatment plant in Melfort, and pipeline upgrades to its potable water supply system for customers east of Saskatoon.

SaskWater also noted that construction began on the Prairie North Regional Potable Water Supply System, which will serve the communities of Marshall and Lashburn.

SaskWater currently owns nine water treatment plants, three wastewater facilities, 137 kilometres of canal and 941 kilometres of pipeline.

The annual report can be found here.

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