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A Home for a Disabled Soldier

A house built in Divulapitiya by Green Links Lanka has been handed over to a disabled soldier living in the area - B. Isuru Saminda of Gajaba Regiment, Anuradhapura Disabled Soldiers Unit. Isuru lost his both hands whilst serving the Sri Lanka Army during the war. Green Links Lanka a

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Ready for next danger!

Ready for next danger! - Interview with Mr Nalin Gunarathne

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Green links participated at the International Workshop on E-Waste Management

Green Links participated at "The International Workshop on E-Waste Management" organized by the United Nations Development Project (UNDP) held in Beijing, China from June 2-4, 2016.

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Airtel partners with Green Links Lanka for better management of e-waste

Bharti Airtel Lanka, a subsidiary of Bharti Airtel, a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, today announced a strategic partnership with Green Links Lanka to embark on a project of e-waste management.Airtel Lanka, as a brand that

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Soba 2012

Green Links Lanka contributed to the environmental exhibition  'Soba 2012'  organized by Central Environmental Authority on 5th and 6th of June, 2012 for the world environment day. We were able to educate general public on importance of proper management of electronic waste, highlightin

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e-waste management in Sri Lanka: Private sector to the rescue (Interview with Mr. Nalin Gunarathne)

Sunday Observer : Sunday, 18 March 2012 by L.S. Ananda WEDAARACHCHIThe haphazard manner of discarding electronic waste which is detrimental to the environment should be stopped. The wa

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'Green Links Lanka' Profitable Business Vanture

'Green Links Lanka' Profitable Business Vanture

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Metropolitan's solutions to workplace electronic waste

Metropolitan's solutions to workplace electronic waste With Green Links Lanka

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Sri Lanka begins fight with toxic e-waste

 Global Times : Thursday, 7 April 2011 by Amanda SriCOLOMBO, April 6 (Xinhua) -- Without a proper mechanism to dispose the country's obsolete electronics, Sri Lankan en

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Green Links Lanka Shows True Potential

Waste has always been a problem as people have to find ways and means of disposing them. E-waste or electronic waste is the latest addition to this debris and disposing it in a proper manner is a must. Otherwise they will get mixed with water, contaminating it or the entire environment.Man