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COMPLAST- International Plastics Exhibition, together with Lions Club to organize “Cycle to Recycle”

Tuesday, 01 August 2017 02:24

COMPLAST, the complete plastics exhibition in its 4th edition, together with its organizers Enterprising Fairs India, The Plastics & Rubber Institute of Sri Lanka (PRISL) and the Lions Club District 306B2 will come together in organizing a unique cycling rally creating awareness with the aim of instilling proper use and dispose of plastics responsibly.

The awareness cycle rally will start from Independence Square Colombo 07 on the 3rd of August 2017 at 7.00am and will reach the BMICH after a city round.


The campaign will take forth the message Refuse- Reduce-Reuse-Recycle and keep Sri Lanka Clean through the awareness riding campaign.


The rally will be flagged off by Hon. Patali Champika Ranawaka Minister of Megapolis and Western Development.

Speaking about the event Koenraad Pringiers President PRISL said, “The biggest issue is that the community is not aware of the correct way in disposing used plastics to enable recycling which is pivotal in this age.


Proper awareness and correct methodology in use of plastic and its product will make a significant impact to the entire world.


We are happy to organize this awareness campaign together with the Enterprising Fairs (Pvt) Ltd. and the Lions Club District 306B2.

The “Cycle to Recycle” campaign is a preamble to the 4th Edition of COMPLAST - The International Plastics Exhibition, formerly known as Sri Lanka Plast.


The COMPLAST Exhibition will take place from August 3rd to August 5th from 10am – 6pm at the BMICH Colombo, and will see over 130 exhibitors in the plastics Industry from India, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.


This exhibition is organized by Enterprising Fairs (Pvt) Ltd. co-organized by PRISL and supported by NSIC.

Last modified on Tuesday, 01 August 2017 02:47