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Fact Sheets and Publications Drinking Water

Annual Reports and Performance Plans on Drinking Water

Blue-Green Algae Questions and Answers EPB 380

Adjusting fluoride amounts that occurs naturally in a community's water to a level that will prevent tooth decay.

Health Canada document April 2008.

Saskatchewan's three point strategy to ensure safe and reliable drinking water: regulation, source water protection and better water treatment.

First Nations: Drinking Water and Wastewater
Health Canada, in collaboration with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, assists First Nations in ensuring safe drinking water in their communities, south of 60 degrees parallel.

How municipalities can determine the drinking water quality by submitting samples for bacteriological analysis.

Ozone Fact Sheet EPB 429

Protocols for the Installation and Sampling of Monitor Wells WQ 117

Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment has water, wastewater and pipeline information available. The Drinking Water Information Binder has been provided to all Environment regulated operators of water and wastewater treatment plants.

Government of Saskatchewan publications related to water quality (drinking water and source water) science and best practices.

This document outlines the province's plans to meet that need and to protect and conserve our water supplies.

Guide to developing and implementing drainage systems for stormwater.

Ultraviolet Disinfection of Private Water Supplies for Household or Agricultural Uses.

Use of Chemicals in Drinking Water EPB 432

What's New and What's the Same: Comparing The Waterworks and Sewage Works Regulations and The Water Regulations, 2002 (EPB 220) Archived document.

Quick Fact: The human body needs 2 litres of water a day in our climate; we can last only a few days without water.