Founded in 1979 as the Louis B. Astbury Company, Inc., Astbury Water Technology, Inc. (Astbury) provides environmental services throughout the state of Indiana and parts of Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky. Over the years, the company has experienced strong growth and developed significant expertise in the areas of water and wastewater treatment, environmental field services, regulatory compliance, and laboratory analysis. Our expertise, reasonable prices, and strong ethics have helped us develop an excellent reputation with customers and regulatory authorities alike.
In particular, Astbury is deeply involved in the operation and maintenance of drinking water and wastewater treatment systems. Specific expertise includes drinking, sanitary, and industrial water treatment processes, with operational responsibilities and experience with most sizes of municipal, private, and industrial treatment systems and pretreatment programs. Additional services include specialized environmental sampling of all types, including routine collection and analysis of wastewater and groundwater samples, in-stream monitoring, storm water sampling, and Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) monitoring.
Astbury’s resources and capabilities enable us to offer turn-key service solutions which streamline water and wastewater utility operation, maintenance, and management. In partnership with customers, Astbury can provide comprehensive water and wastewater utility operation—minimizing expenses while increasing accountability and improving environmental compliance.
Beyond core capabilities, Astbury provides Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) treatment system operation, boiler and cooling water treatment services, lift station repairs and maintenance, and related water treatment chemical and equipment sales. We also distribute Pulsa Feeder metering pumps and Eastech flow meters and field testing equipment. In northern Indiana, we are a certified Environment One (E/One) grinder pump service center.
Together with affiliated full-service laboratory ESG Laboratories (ESG), Astbury employs around 75 professionals and is directly responsible for treating wastewater or drinking water for around 50,000 residents throughout Indiana and surrounding states. Through affiliate Buckthorne Public Service (Buckthorne), our organization also owns and operates regulated water and sewer utilities serving 4,500 residents in Indiana.
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