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The Sri Lanka-based company rewarded its extraordinary “pest people.”

| January 24, 2012

Sri Lanka-based The Exterminators held its Pest Awards & Christmas Party recently. The theme of the event was "rewarding the extraordinary pest people in Sri Lanka."

The company recognized the following:
Exterminator of the Year 2011 — Sajith Bandara
Young Exterminator — Nalinda Pelola
Inspector 2011 — Sumudu Kodikara
Termite Technician 2011 — Aruna Shantha
GPC Technician — Upul Ravindra
Best Officer — Rumshi Thakshila
Outstation Exterminator — K Premasiri
Organic Exterminator — Rukshi Thakshila
Turnaround Exterminator — Shenani De Waas
Green Exterminator — Nalinda Pelpola

The Exterminators is ISO 9001-2008 QMS, ISO 14001-2004 EMS & OHSAS 18001;2007 certified.

 

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