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The Royal Institution Singapore conferred to Anthony V. Gedang the title of Senior Fellow in Royal Institute of Entrepreneurs for his contributions to the Philippine business sector during its 25th International Conference and Conferment Ceremony on May 19-21, 2019 in Bacolod City.

Gedang is the founder, president, and CEO of Envirokonsult Equipment and Services, Inc. and Waterkonsult Equipment and Services, Inc. where for more than 18 years have contributed significantly to the improvement of the local water and wastewater industries.

Envirokonsult is the pioneering designer, builder, and operator of Fully Mechanized Facilities (FMF) or septage treatment plants. Envirokonsult to date has built six FMFs in the Philippines which are located in Bay, Laguna; Cordova, Cebu; Naga, Cebu; Angeles, Pampanga; Lipa, Batangas; and Baguio City in the Mountain Province.

Waterkonsult is the pioneering and leading Non-Revenue Water Reduction equipment supplier and service provider in the Philippines. It provides advanced leak detection technology utilizing highly-evolved techniques in flow and pressure data acquisition and management, pressure zone analysis, and operation and maintenance of pressure reducing valves.

The Royal Institution as a global, professional, multidisciplinary membership and accrediting organization recognizes the contributions, experiences, academic and professional achievements, qualifications, and talents and skills of individuals from different disciplines.

On November 2018, Gedang was conferred his first fellowship by the Royal Institute of Management (FRIM) and in February 2019 his second fellowship by the Royal Institute of Artists (FRIArt) and Writers (FRIW) for his contributions to the creative field.

When Gedang is not busy working, he produces award-winning independent films such as Ataul for Rent, which was released in 2007 under his own movie outfit, Artiste Entertainment. He also owns a private museum, known as Musaeum Artisté, containing over 10,000 pieces of artworks, relics, tribal arts, artifacts, and winning suisekis and bonsais. Some of these collections may be found in his book Curios of Times Past and Pastimes which was published in 2011.