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Sri Lanka Company Wins Award for Termite Exhibit Display

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The Exterminators won an award for “Best Termite Display” at Construct 2011, which was organized by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka.

| October 5, 2011

The Exterminators bagged its13th consecutive award for Business Excellence by winning an award for “Best Termite Display” at Construct 2011 organized by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka. The event was held at Water’s Edge on 21st September 2011. The Exterminators (Pvt) Ltd is the “TRENDSETTER’ in the pest management industry in Sri Lanka. The company is accredited the AQIS Department Agriculture Australia and also affiliated to the National Pest Management Association USA, The American Mosquito Control Association and the Singapore Pest Management Association. The company is certified in ISO 9001;2008 QMS, ISO 14001;2004 EMS & OHSAS 18001;2007.

(Pictured in the photo [from left to right] Travis Ferreira Director, The Exterminators, receiving the award from
Deputy Minister of Construction, Engineering, Housing Hon. Lasantha Alagiyawnna).


 

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