Living Machine Systems, L3C (LMS) is the leading provider of innovative and sustainable ecological wastewater treatment and reuse technology, with over 18 years of project experience. LMS’s team of ecologists, engineers, and microbiologists has been involved in the design, commissioning, and operations support for over 50 innovative ecological treatment projects. LMS has been awarded 10 US patents and has developed a number of proprietary treatment system components. Clients include the US Marine Corps, the Port of Portland, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the State of Vermont, M&M Mars, Furman University, the National Audubon Society and a variety of other forward-thinking institutions, companies, and public agencies.
Due to the innovative nature of its technology, LMS (and its predecessor, Living Technologies Inc. 1995-2000) has attracted over $10 million in grant funding from the US Environmental Protection Agency, US Department of Agriculture, and the US Department of Defense. Its technology and projects have received a number of awards, including an EPA Merit Award, an ACEC/VT Engineering Excellence Award, four AIA Green Building Top Ten Awards. Five Living Machines projects are LEED Certified, including two LEED Gold and three LEED Platinum Certifications.