Exterminators wins CNCI Gold Award

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The Exterminators (Pvt) Ltd, Sri Lanka’s premier pest management company won a Gold Award at the CNCI Achiever Industrial Excellence Awards 2016 organized by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries. 

The Exterminators (Pvt) Ltd is Asia’s only ‘Carbon Neutral’ certified pest control company and the winner of 43 Awards for business, brand, industrial excellence and entrepreneurship. The company is Sri Lanka’s 1st ISO 9001:2008 ISO 14001:2004 & OHSAS 18001:2007 certified pest control company. 

Exterminators is a member of NPMA USA & SPMA Singapore and the Exterminator’s team has undergone intensive training in all aspects of pest and termite control and fumigation in Australia, England, Malaysia, Singapore and USA. 

A pest problem can threaten the health and safety of your products, customers and employees and can be fatal to your reputation. Exterminators’ goal is to give you the peace of mind that comes with year-round protection and an effective, results-driven process. Exterminator’s process is not a one-time event. 

It’s an ongoing cycle of three critical activities that happen at every service visit. Exterminators will assess the situation at your premises; implement specific strategic pest management solutions-based on these findings; and monitor pest activity to make sure our techniques are working. 

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