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The Exterminators (Pvt) Ltd, Sri Lanka’s premier pest control companies, held its Pest Awards last month.

| January 14, 2011


Colombo, Sri Lanka — The Exterminators (Pvt) Ltd, Sri Lanka’s premier pest control companies, held its Pest Awards and Christmas Party on Dec. 30. The theme of the event was “Rewarding The Extraordinary Pest People in Sri Lanka” and the following awards were presented:

Best Employee (GOLD): Ranjith Goonasinghe
Best Employee (SILVER): Rukshi Thakshila
Best Employee (BRONZE): Chandana Kumara

Young Employee (GOLD): Nalinda Pelpola
Young Employee (SILVER): Lakshi Udeshika
Young Employee (BRONZE): Rumesh Vandort

Pest Manager (SILVER): Sajith Bandara

Best Technician (SILVER): Chandana Kumara
Best Technician (BRONZE): Upul Ravindra and Aruna Shantha

Inspector of the Year (SILVER): Sumudu Kodikara
Inspector of the Year (BRONZE): Sajith Bandara & Nalinda Pelpola

Best Officer (GOLD): Ranjith Goonasinghe
Best Officer (SILVER): Rukshi Thakshila
Best Officer (BRONZE): Kushani Senanayaka

Outstation Employee (SILVER): Laksiri Rodrigo
Outstation Employee (BRONZE): Ajantha Pushpamali

Popular Employee: Susantha Weerasigha

Organic Employee of the Year: Kushani Senanayaka

To learn more about the firm, visit http://www.pestcontrol.lk/.

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