On the 24th of April 2018, EFL CEO Chamila Weerathunghe spoke about ‘Minimising Environmental Pollution from Lubricants in Service Stations’ at a public consultation organised by Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) on Lubricant Market.
The primary focus of the presentation was to emphasize to what extent lubricants cause environmental pollution at service stations and its subsequent public health hazards.
Furthermore, Chamila demonstrated how best to minimise the impacts caused by lubricants at service stations via which methods and possible treatment mechanisms.
Click on the link below to access the full presentation to read in detail about the environmental pollution caused by lubricants at service stations and which methods can be utilised to minimise its impact.
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