S-lonDiyasara Student Circle held at Hambantota

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Mr. S.C. Weerasekera, Group Director of The Capital Maharaja Organisation Ltd addressing the students 

In its quest to preserve the resplendent gift of water, S-lon is proud to announce another edition of S-lon ‘Diyasara Student Circle’, which was aimed at creating awareness on the depleting environmental resources and water preservation amongst school children. The initiative by S-lon Lanka (Pvt) Ltd., in association with Newsfirst, went underway ceremoniously at Wetiya Dharmapala Vidyalaya in Hambantota recently.

Following the welcome address by the Principal of the school, Mr. R.R. Ranasinghe, the event was made colourful with special performances of Viridu, drama and a dance item by the students. This was followed by a guest lecture on water conservation by Mr. L.A.M.P. Gunawardana of Rajarata University. Mr. S.C. Weerasekera, Group Director of The Capital Maharaja Organisation Ltd., also addressed the students on the importance of respecting nature and preserving it for the future generations. He further elaborated on how destruction of trees causes natural disasters such as earth slips and floods. 

Seen here are students being presented certificates

‘Diyasara Student Circle’ came into existence as a spinoff of S-lon’s in-house quarterly magazine ‘Diyasara’, which highlights environment and water related issues plaguing the nation. The aim of this unique CSR initiative is to educate and create awareness on environmental concerns and the need for water conservation among children, the future generation of Sri Lanka.

Today, S-lon, being the market leader in the industry, manufactures and distributes a diverse portfolio of brands and products catering to the care for water, that includes a comprehensive range of pipes and fittings, rain water disposable systems, sewage pipes and fittings, hot water piping system, chrome plated faucets and accessories, a range of ball valves, garden mesh and accessories, solvent cement and water pumps. 


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