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Recent Utility Updates

Public Notice - May 1, 2022

American Suburban Utilities, Inc. (ASU) is requesting all wastewater service customers to please take note that the utility expects to file to remove the Utility Receipts Tax (URT) with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (Commission) on or about May 1, 2022...

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Legal Notice

To all customers of American Suburban Utilities: Please take note that pursuant to the Commission’s Order dated February 16, 2018 in Cause No. 45032, American Suburban Utilities, Inc. (“ASU”) was ordered to submit a tariff pursuant to the Commission’s 30-day filing procedure set forth in 170 IAC 1-6...

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Legal Notice for Connection Fee 30-Day Filing – December 20, 2016

Notice is hereby given that on or about December 27, 2016, American Suburban Utilities, Inc. (the “Company”) will file with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (“IURC”) a revised tariff for wastewater service to explain that non-residential connection fees will be charged based on...

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Customer Letter - September 18, 2015

On behalf of American Suburban Utilities, it is our privilege to provide you with your waste water utility service. Our top priorities are your safety and serving as a responsible custodian of the environment...

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Water service sold to Indiana American Water

To benefit you, our customers, we sold our drinking water lines to Indiana American Water. Your water quality should go up and your rate for this service should go down. With us, you were paying a flat rate of $51.78 per month. With Indiana American, it will be a metered service so your cost will be based on your usage. A monthly bill for 5,000 gallons of water will be $37.43 for customers without fire protection and $41.55 for those with fire protection.

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Broken pipes repaired on Klondike Road

Using pipe bursting technology, new lines were pulled through broken pipes on Klondike Road in September 2012 from the fire station to the Dollar General Store when a line collapsed requiring an emergency repair. Pipe bursting meant no business along the area had to close due to the collapse or during the repair work.

Sewer lines relocated on 231

Working in partnership with the Indiana Department of Transportation during the construction of U.S. 231, we relocated sewer lines to the edge of the rough pavement, keeping service to existing customers and opening up opportunities for growth at the U.S. 231 and Cumberland Road intersection.



The Issues of Inflows and Infiltration

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