Ecomicrobials was founded and incorporated in Florida in 2001. From inception, the Company has been engaged in the development, manufacture, and marketing of environmentally compatible products for the agriculture, aquaculture and ambiental bioremediation industry.
EcoMicrobials, a Research and Development company located in Miami Florida, is continuously evaluating and improving its current products as well as developing new ones.
Our research team is led by Dr. Philippe Douillet, Ph.D. in Aquaculture Microbial Ecology from Oregon State University, who has extensive experience in research at several universities, as well as in the private industry in various areas of applied industrial microbial ecology.
Areas of expertise: Aquatic, soil, plant and animal microbiology as it applies to aquaculture, agriculture, animal husbandry and bioremediation. Research and development of microbial products and fermentation technology.
“I consider myself very fortunate to count with a long-time working relationship with the following brilliant minds that provide support to Ecomicrobials.”
Philippe Douillet – President Ecomicrobials
Dr. Philippe Douillet, Ph.D.
M.Sc. Sergio Zimmermann
M.Sc. Sergio Zimmermann, PhD candidate in aquaculture University of Stirling, Scotland and Agri-Doc at University of Norway (UMB)
Areas of expertise: Circular economies, biofloc, recirculation, aquaponics, fertiirrigation, aquatic nutrition, design and operation of hatcheries and grow-out systems.
Dr. Roelof Adriaan Buitendag, Ph.D.
Dr. Roelof Adriaan Buitendag, Ph.D in Agronomy and Plant Physiology from the University of the Free State, South Africa.
Areas of expertise: Plant nutrition physiology, research and development of fertilizers, research and development of bio-stimulants, and program field application specialist.
Dr. Thomas Huster, Ph.D.
Dr. Thomas Hüster, Ph.D. in Agriculture Sciences University of the Free State, South Africa.
Areas of expertise: Natural product development: Natural compounds from plants, bio-stimulatory properties of wild plants, induced resistance & biocatalytic manipulation of crops.
Prof. Vladimir Matichenkov Ph.D.
Prof. Vladimir Matichenkov. Ph.D. Senior Scientific Officer, Basic Biological Problems Institute at the Russian Academy of Sciences
Areas of expertise: Biogeochemical cycle of silica as it relates with soils, living organisms, heavy metals and organic matter. Development of agricultural technologies and methods for restoration and protection of terrestrial ecosystems.