Envirokonsult Equipment and Services, Inc. is a recognized-leader in wastewater engineering. We harness the power of innovation to provide reliable wastewater engineering solutions for public and private sectors in the Philippines.
Established in 2001, Envirokonsult is the pioneering designer, builder, and operator of Fully Mechanized Septage Treatment Plants and Vacuum Truck Units.
We are the biggest desludging service operator in Metro Manila in partnership with Maynilad and Manila Water, as well as in Metro Cebu with the Metro Cebu Water District. Envirokonsult is the first company to acquire an Environmental Sanitation Clearance with the Department of Health on septage collection, treatment, and disposal.
In 2013, we launched our pilot septage treatment plant in Bay, Laguna as a model facility for the government’s Septage Management Program. The plant which is now known as Fully Mechanized Facility (FMF) is fully automated with a processing capacity of 60 cu. m. to 100 cu. m. of septage per day. It is compact, modular, expandable, fast, and easy to install.
To assist the country in achieving the Sustainable Development Goal of having access to clean water and sanitation by bringing innovative and sustainable wastewater engineering solutions to every community in the Philippines.
Envirokonsult envisions a nation where communities use and manage water efficiently, giving everyone an equitable access to clean water and sanitation.
FDr. Anthony V. Gedang, EnvM
conferrment as Fellow Doctor, 2019
Clean Water Act
EK Bay Plant serves as Learning Center on Septage
Philippine Sanitation Alliance
Asian Development Bank
ECI Environmental Compliance International, Ltd,
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Envirokonsult, through the AV Gedang Foundation, Inc., also engages in activities which promote education and environmental protection primarily in our project areas such Laguna, Cebu, Bohol but also in other communities around the Philippines
"Adopt-a-Estero Project” in Estero Padua, Malate, Manila
Our President and CEO, Mr. Anthony V. Gedang with DENR Sec. Roy Cimatu