LAUGFS Eco Sri celebrates World Environment Day 2020

| Published: 2:00 AM Jun 10 2020
FT LAUGFS Eco Sri celebrates World Environment Day 2020

LAUGFS Eco Sri, a pioneer in Vehicle Emission Testing in Sri Lanka, recently celebrated World Environment Day 2020 together with their customers. 

They initiated a tree -planting campaign across all Eco Sri emission testing centres islandwide. Eco Sri is keen on helping its customers reduce harmful emissions from vehicles. This campaign is its latest commitment towards supporting this cause, improving the environment and working towards community well-being in Sri Lanka.

The theme for World Environment Day 2020 is 'Time for Nature'. It focuses on giving priority to the environment and giving back to nature by protecting it and taking steps to heal it, in return for all that it does to sustain life on Earth. 

In light of this initiative, LAUGFS Eco Sri initiated their campaign with the intention to raise public awareness of the importance of protecting and preserving the environment for future generations and maintaining ecological harmony. 

Eco Sri staff invited customers to join in the celebration as participants. In planting trees all across the nation as society restarts and many people return to their daily lives, Eco Sri hopes to further assist in improving the air quality within Sri Lanka for generations to come.

"At LAUGFS Eco Sri, we are always striving for the betterment of Sri Lanka's climate.  We believe that the COVID-19 pandemic is a sign from nature to urge us to change our ways, as the planet has healed while we were in lock-down. Hence, we have decided to plant trees across our testing centres nation-wide to put down the roots for a brighter tomorrow. As part of one living planet, we believe we must all work together to protect nature, which supports us all. The stronger our planet's life support systems are, the better human health and wealth will be." said LAUGFS Eco Sri Deputy General Manager - Operations, Saliya Dissanayake.

| Published: 2:00 AM Jun 10 2020

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