Lemnion Green Solutions
Lemnion Green Solutions has been proudly providing biological systems for the treatment and reuse of wastewater since 2017. We provide solutions based on a proven toolkit configured for specific cases. This toolkit is based on principles of ecological restoration, phytoremediation, and bioremediation. Our team truly connects with our customers and provides the exceptional service they deserve.
Our biggest differentiator is the minimal use of additional energy for operations leading to a significant reduction in OPEX. Some of our solutions also offer an opportunity to harvest additional byproducts such as protein-rich biomass, which has the potential to provide an added revenue stream.
Our mission is to bestow beneficial services that integrate social and environmental solutions for water treatment and its up-cycling, animal feed, pisciculture, bio-energy, and other environmental advantages.
To promote and provide tailor-made eco-friendly solutions and services for wastewater treatment
To treat and up-cycle wastewater
To use biomass as an animal feed protein supplement and for bio-energy production
To reduce dependence on energy and maintenance, thereby freeing up valuable water resources for on-site usage.
Lemnion Products & Services
Biological systems for the treatment and reuse of wastewater
Plants and microbes based systems
No mechanical equipment required
Minimal external energy used
Treat and reuse residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural wastewater
Rejuvenation of habitats using natural elements
Restoration of natural systems and ecosystem services
Regain nutrient balance
Improve biological diversity
Restore nallahs, ponds, and lakes
Soil-less vertical garden
Hassle-free and low maintenance
Helps to grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers
Grow and harvest in urban residential spaces, cafes, and restaurants
Nanded village (2021)
Wastewater generated by the Nanded village was treated using a constructed wetland system.
Capacity: 10 KLD
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Improved dissolved oxygen, Treated water let into river.
Stream restoration, Vadgaon Maval (Nagarpanchayat/Municipal council) (2021)
Using ecological restoration and phytoremediation techniques, a stormwater drain with multiple greywater inlets and dumped solid waste was restored.
Outcome: Water flow regulation, Flood control, Wastewater treatment, Improved aesthetics, Reduced foul odor, and Mosquito control.
Hygg Brew, Lavale (2021)
Wastewater generated by a food industry was treated using a constructed wetland system.
Capacity: 1000 LPD
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Water upcycled for irrigation.
Government Guest-house, Nira Narsingpur (PWD- Pune East Division) (2019-2020)
Wastewater generated from a government guest house was treated using a constructed wetland system.
Capacity: 20 KLD
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Water upcycled for gardening.
Ecological Restoration of Sarasbaug Pond (Garden Department- PMC) (2019)
Pond rejuvenation through the removal of invasive species and addition of in-stream interventions for ecosystem restoration. This was done using the Public-Private Participation model.
Outcome: Nutrient balance attained, Improved biodiversity and aesthetics.
Model Green Schools (Tribal Development Department) (2018-2020)
Blackwater and greywater generated by five residential schools were treated using a constructed wetland and duckweed system.
Capacity: 3 - 7.5 KLD
Outcome: WasteTreated water, Upcycled for gardening and flushing.
Nallah restoration at Vitthalwadi (2019)
Rejuvenation of a stream of wastewater merging with Mutha river, through natural wetland development and water flow regulation.
Outcome: Improved water quality and aesthetics, Improved dissolved oxygen.
Ecological Floating Beds (Nanded City nallah) (2019)
A floating structure with aquatic vegetation was used to treat the nutrient load from the Mutha river flowing behind Nanded city, Pune.
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, landing, and breeding spots for birds.
Rollestone, Pune (2018-19)
A Duckweed-based sewage treatment system was installed for a bungalow, office, and servant quarters.
Capacity: 7.5 KLD
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Upcycled water reused for gardening.
Katraj Dairy chilling center,
A duckweed-based wastewater treatment system was provided to a milk chilling centre.
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Sludge decomposed using bacterial culture, Upcycled water reused for irrigation.
Aundh - Biodiversity lake (2018)
A Duckweed based wastewater treatment, as well as ecological floating beds, were provided to treat the high nitrogenous waste.
Outcome: Nutrient balance, Wastewater treatment, Improved aesthetics, and biodiversity.
Natural Wetland System (Vitthalwadi) (2018)
Techniques of natural wetland and ecological restoration were used to treat an open, grey water drain. This was done using the Public-Private Participation model.
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Restored habitat, Improved aesthetics, and biodiversity.
Late Gangadhar Kelkar Samadhi, Pune (2017)
A duckweed based wastewater treatment system was used to treat a stagnant water body with seepage of sewage from nearby vicinity. The beautification on-site was done by team Swachha Pune Swachha Bharat.
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Better land use, Improved aesthetics, and aquatic life.
IFFCO, Aonla, Uttar Pradesh (2015)
A duckweed-based wastewater treatment system was used to treat sewage from the IFFCO township.
Capacity: 2-3 MLD
Outcome: Wastewater treatment, Upcycled water reused for irrigation, Duckweed biomass as protein-rich animal feed, Better land use, Improved aesthetics, and aquatic life.
Dr. Prasanna Jogdeo
Dr. Prasanna has completed his PhD in marine corrosion from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has done his Masters from UEA with duckweed starch estimation as his topic. He graduated from Fergusson College with a Microbiology degree.
Pooja is an Environmental Bio-technologist and has been working with duckweed since 2011. She has graduated in Biotechnology and post-graduated in Environmental Sciences from Fergusson College. She has worked on a Duckweed based treatment project with Mr. Paul Skillicorn.
Paresh is a lawyer with a science and technical background. He works as an Intellectual Property Rights attorney and has represented many start ups, inventors and business for registration of their intellectual property.
Social Media Manager
Tanvi is a freelance artist and a designer, who has previously worked as a teaching associate with Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Seamedu, Symbiosis and Bharati Vidhyapeeth. She has post graduated in fine arts with a specialization in photography.
Ajay has been a trustee and faculty at the Ecological society for last several years and deeply interested in energy, ecology and development. He is a chemical engineer from IIT Bombay. He has earned his masters in computer science and worked in cross disciplinary areas of process control and engineering.