Role of the Sask Water Agency

 Sask Water Agency | Water Well Drilling Company Saskatchwan | Water Well Driller Saskatchewan 

Sask Water Agency | Water Well Drilling Company Saskatchwan | Water Well Driller Saskatchewan 

Role of the Sask Water Agency

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is a unique organization in Canada - bringing together all of government's core water management responsibilities in one place. WSA manages the province's water supply, protects water quality, ensures safe drinking water and treatment of wastewater, owns and operates 69 dams and related water supply channels, helps to reduces flood and drought damage, protects aquatic habitat, and provides information about water. The Water Security Agency also represents Saskatchewan on transboundary water issues.

 Sask Water Agency

Sask Water Agency

The Water Security Agency is a provincial Crown corporation that has been established to manage, administer, develop, control and protect the water, watersheds and related land resources of Saskatchewan.  Included in this mandate, the Water Security Agency has the responsibility for administering the approval process for construction and operation of wells and other ground water works and the right to use ground water.  This authority is granted by The Water Security Agency Act and the Ground Water Regulations administered under that Act.

We always recommend that landowners contact the Sask Water Agency for specific requirements for their projects as every project will be different and guidance is provided on a case-by-case basis. We can walk you through the process and help you along the way.

Wolverine Drilling Inc. is dedicated to working with you through out the drilling process to ensure clear and concise measures are taken for both long term well sustainability and over all investment costs.  

We are experienced water well contractors and have vast amounts of experience drilling wells across all of Saskatchewan.  

Please contact us directly at 306-682-4647 to discuss your options and the best process to follow for the decommissioning of your water well.

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