In the beginning…

It goes without saying that Southeastern Tank would not be here today if it wasn’t for Tennessee utilities. From our first Aquastore installation for Marshall County Public Utilities Board in 1981 to our sixteen-tank footprint in Watts Bar Utility District, Tennessee is where we started, where we first gained acceptance and where we call home.


Pictured: Gladeville Utility District

Among our over 500 installations in the Volunteer state, we take considerable pride in getting to drink water from our own tanks from Gladeville Utility District which is located on the same road as our office in Wilson County. In 1991, we built a 500,00-gallon Aquastore™ clearwell when the original water treatment plant was built. When the plant was expanded in 2006, we helped with the addition by building a new 1.0 million-gallon clearwell and a 1.0 million gallon distribution tank.


Pictured: Posey Hill

Most recently, we replaced two welded tanks with duplicate 800,000 gallon tanks that services the Posey Hill and Rural Hill zones. Notably, these tanks supply water the home of our very own Dustin Dowdy.

So how did we get here? Funny you should ask.

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