Luke Collins


To put it simply, the enterprising trio “deploy microbes in powder or liquid form that ’eat and digest’ waste,” Town & Country wrote in their May 2009 issue. No harmful chemicals, just natural and healthy disposal. In their early days in 2000, the company was hard-pressed for clients since microbial cleaning agents were far from the norm then. Luke recalled how they offered a water company a free demonstration: “We literally emptied pails and pails of bacteria down [their] main line. It worked though it took months for the company to call us back and sign us on as partners in its other businesses’ cleanup jobs.”

EVMI now takes care of the waste of Alabang Town Center, Market! Market!, Greenhills Shopping Center, Petron, Pancake House, San Miguel Pure Foods and Enchanted Kingdom, among others according to their website.