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Special award for Charitha Herath

A special award was presented to Charitha Herath, former Chairman of the Central Environment Authority and the Secretary to the Ministry of Mass Media and Information,  by President Mahinda Rajapaksa for initiating the ‘National Green Awards’ on the theme ‘A Greener Country’ presented to industries that practice eco-management, as enunciated in the Mahinda Chinthana.

Ceylontoday, 2012-12-06 09:00:00
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Special award for Charitha Herath

A special award was presented to Charitha Herath, former Chairman of the Central Environment Authority and the Secretary to the Ministry of Mass Media and Information,  by President Mahinda Rajapaksa for initiating the ‘National Green Awards’ on the theme ‘A Greener Country’ presented to industries that practice eco-management, as enunciated in the Mahinda Chinthana.

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