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INSEE honoured for ‘Leadership in Environmental Sustainability’

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INSEE Cement Sri Lanka Executive Vice President Sales, Marketing and Innovation Jan Kunigk (centre) after receiving the award for ‘Leadership in Environmental Sustainability Award’, from Green Building Council of Sri Lanka Founder Chairman Prof. Priyan Mendis (left) and Energy and Resources Institute Senior Fellow Dr. Malini Balakrishnan 

INSEE Cement Sri Lanka team after receiving the award for ‘Excellent Green Commitment Award – Corporate Sector’. From left: Yasendra Abeygunewardhane, Dishan Shaminda, Rohan Lakmal, Supun Jayasinghe, INSEE Cement Sri Lanka Executive Vice President Sales, Marketing and Innovation Jan Kunigk, Green Building Council of Sri Lanka Vice Chairman Eng. Shiromal Fernando, and Green Building Council of Sri Lanka Chairman and State Ministry of Urban Development Secretary Prof.  Ranjith Dissanayake


The leading provider of cement in the country, INSEE Cement Sri Lanka was the recipient of the ‘Leadership in Environmental Sustainability Award’ and ‘Excellent Green Commitment Award – Corporate Sector’ at the Annual Green Building Awards 2019 held recently, organised by the Green Building Council of Sri Lanka (GBCSL), the nation’s leading authority on implementing green concepts and green building practices, honouring organisations such as building owners, building material manufacturers and business leaders committed to environmental sustainability. The event also commemorated the Council’s 10th anniversary celebrations.


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