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September is Septic Awareness Month

 The Western Canada Onsite Wastewater Management Association and its affiliates will be promoting septic awareness during the week of September 14 to 18. The purpose of this initiative is to promote proper operation and maintenance of onsite wastewater systems. 

Properly designed and maintained wastewater treatment systems effectively reduce or eliminate most human health or environmental threats posed by pollutants in household wastewater. However, they require regular maintenance or they can fail. Failing systems are expensive to repair or replace, and poor maintenance is often the culprit. Systems need to be monitored to ensure that they work properly throughout their service lives. 

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Western Canada Onsite Wastewater Management Association (WCOWMA)

Office Closure

CLOSED

Jan. 28-Feb.3, 2020

For holidays

OPEN

Feb. 4 ,6-7, 2020

Regular office hours

IF YOU REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE

PLEASE CALL Jason @ 831-8881

SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE

For Highway 31 overweight permits call 882-4030.

Obsolete Collection Campaign 2018

Do you have any unwanted pesticides or livestock medications?  Obsolete collection is coming to Saskatchewan from October 1 – 5, 2018!

Safely dispose of unwanted or obsolete agricultural pesticides and livestock medications – no charge!  Take them to the following locations on the dates noted below between 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM.

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For more information, contact Cleanfarms Saskatchewan toll free at 1-877-622-4460 or visit www.cleanfarms.ca.

Fire Risk Warning – Be Prepared!

 

 

Hunting season is upon us!

Due to extremely dry conditions throughout the province, fire risk increases. Hunters are reminded to take extra precautions during hunting season:

Carry a fire extinguisher in your vehicle.
Talk to landowners before going on their land.
Avoid unnecessary vehicle idling.
Walk whenever possible.
Stay on existing trails.

Approximately 50 per cent of all wildfires are caused by people.

Keep your vehicle out of tall grass – stick to roads and trails. Mufflers and other parts can get hot enough to start a fire.
When setting up your camp, pick an area free of tall grass.
Seek landowner permission before accessing private lands, whether they are posted or not.
Be prepared, carry a fire extinguisher, shovel, or other tools.

LEARN MORE AT saskatchewan.ca/hunting

 

2017 Tax Notices

The 2017 Tax Notices and Ratepayer Newsletter was mailed to all ratepayers on Friday, August 18. Watch for it in your mail box or  if you just can’t wait –  download the newsletter HERE