SaskWater has scheduled swabbing work on its section of pipeline from the Saskatoon North Booster Station to just south of Warman. During the swabbing work SaskWater customers are strongly advised to turn off their supply intakes to ensure none of the resulting turbid water is drawn into their private systems.. The swabbing work will impact a small number of SaskWater customers during the following period:
Swabbing on the pipeline will commence at 8 am on
Thursday, November 4th and is expected to be completed 7pm the same day. Customers along the affected section of pipeline can resume taking water into their systems after 7pm on November 4th.
A Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory will be issued by the Water Security Agency and will remain in place until the water sample results have been received from the lab confirming that the water quality once again meets the provincial regulatory standards. SaskWater will notify its customers once the PDWA has been rescinded.
Any questions regarding this work should be directed to SaskWater Customer Service