Water Plant Update: September 18th

The weekend water operator took a water sample to Saskatoon on Sunday and our regular operator took a sample today so if they come back clean by tomorrow, we should be able to request that the PDWA be rescinded. The pressure is back to normal so you no longer need to conserve.

 

Water Plant update: Sept 15th

The pumps are up and running. The water operator will flush the lines within the plant today and let the chlorine sit for good chlorination. He will plan to take the water samples Monday and Tuesday so HOPEFULLY Wednesday, Sept. 20 we will have clean results and request that the PDWA be rescinded. The operator has noticed an obvious increase in pressure from the pumps. Thank you for your patience during this upgrade!

Water Plant Update

Anderson Pump House provided an update from the water plant this morning. The welder is on siteĀ  and when complete, Anderson’s will re-attach the piping. The electrician will do his work today and tomorrow then they are hoping to commission everything late tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. If that goes well, the water operators will take water samples to Saskatoon Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. This means that we will have to stay on the PDWA till Monday at the earliest provided the samples come back clean.

Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory

Construction is proceeding on schedule at the water plant. The new pumps and motors are in but as you can see, the pipes are not connected. The electrician was on-site this morning starting his day. The entire Town of Hanley water system is still on a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory.

New Water Pump Motors