After a decade of successful operations with the Board of Investment – Sri Lanka, INSEE Ecocycle Lanka, the waste management subsidiary of INSEE Cement, the country’s premier Cement manufacturer, recently signed an agreement, extending its waste management services to BOI for the next 16 years, up to the year 2035.
Chairman of Board of Investment Sri Lanka, Mangala B. Yapa, Chairman/CEO of INSEE Cement Sri Lanka Nandana Ekanayake and Director of INSEE Ecocycle Lanka, Sanjeewa Chulakumara signed the milestone agreement at the BOI head office that ensures continued waste management services to BOI from INSEE Eco-cycle.
The preprocessing facility at BOI’s Katunayake Export Zone is INSEE Eco cycles main operation hub for Environmental Services. The facility provides services ranging from pre-treatment, pre-processing, storing, laboratory services and central logistics for hazardous and non-hazardous material primarily to all BOI companies as well as other companies in Sri Lanka requiring waste management services.
INSEE Eco cycle is the leading professional waste management solutions provider in Sri Lanka offering environment-friendly industrial solutions to the public and private institutions, especially for managing industrial hazardous waste. The Company’s annual capacity is 100,000 MT for over 600 corporate entities including government institutions in Sri Lanka.
INSEE Ecocycle has invested more than Rs. 1.3 billion in the Sri Lankan operation. INSEE Eco cycles dedicated aim is to bring ‘peace of mind’ to our corporate customers via a wider range of waste management solutions. INSEE Eco cycle is in the industry for over a decade using a world recognized technology known as “co-processing’. Currently, we are expanding from cement kiln based waste management and exploring new avenues.
Sanjeewa Chulakumara of INSEE Ecocycle said “We take pride in strengthening our non-kiln based environmental services arm, ‘INSEE Ecocycle Environment Solutions’ that provides professional industrial solutions such as cleaning of industrial tanks; recovery of e-waste and plastic and other material that can be segregated; environmental remediation especially when there are emergency spills that are a danger to the community; specialized logistics for hazardous waste materials and many more services that benefits the community.”