Mosquitoes are aquatic insects which are notorious for spreading dangerous deceases such as Dengue, Filarial, Malaria & Japanese Encephalitis. They breed in water and after a complete metamorphosis reach adulthood, at which time, they become a nuisance and a vector. Sri Lanka itself has been plagued by Mosquito afflicted diseases severely over different time durations over the past few years. In some cases, they have turned out to be quite fatal taking away the lives of plenty. Like any disease, early identification and control is key to treating them, although being mindful and preventing them is a more favourable outcome. Mosquito treatments are generally divided into two (02) segments i.e. Larvae Control Treatment – Treatment is carried out to water pools or containers of all sizes. They breed in clear water as well as contaminated water, depending on the species. Adult Mosquito Control – Though it is the female mosquito […]
Suren Cooke Agencies recently unveiled their universally recognised, state-of-the-art, carbon neutral facility, aimed at neutralising the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. With this, they were awarded the Carbon Neutral Certification by the Sri Lanka Climate Fund. Suren Cooke Agencies takes pride in neutralising most of their organisations’ carbon emission by their recycling initiative as opposed to solely buying Carbon Credits. Besides its benefits to our environment, manufacturing these ‘Tamper Resistant Rodent Stations’ locally saves Foreign Exchange, creates job opportunities and supports SCA’S drive against plastic pollution. Being South Asia’s first ISO 14064 accredited government organisation, the Sri Lanka Climate Fund, undertook the verification of the GHG inventory of Suren Cooke Agencies for the year 2018 in accordance with ISO14064-1:2006 Part 1, in order to present them with the Carbon Neutral Certification. “When operating any business, it leaves behind a Carbon emission or footprint, which harms and damages the environment,” states Suren […]
Suren Cooke Agencies recently unveiled their universally recognized, state-of-the-art, Carbon Neutral facility, aimed at neutralizing the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. Consequently, they were awarded the Carbon Neutral Certification by the Sri Lanka Climate Fund.
Salutation to our Dear Customers, As always, when SUREN COOKE AGENCIES contacts you, it is to give some good news!! No more suspense, let’s get to the core of the matter. The controlling authority for Pesticides in Sri Lanka stated recently that it is mandatory to use ‘tamper proof boxes’ to store rodenticide (rat poison) when treating homes, apartment complexes, factories and/or other commercial and non commercial buildings etc. SUREN COOKE AGENCIEs are proud to inform you of their environmentally friendly innovation; a tamper proof rodenticide holder which neither your children nor your pets can get into once secured. We have been supplying these stations to all our clients and can assure you that that it is 100% tamper proof. We are proud to state that this is manufactured in Sri Lanka using 100% locally sourced recycled plastic. Our small contribution to reduce the impact plastic has on our environment. […]
Plastic is one of the most versatile materials that we make use of. They are all around us, whether we’re at home, at work, when we go shopping and even when we’re on holiday. However, the prevalence of plastic also means that we have large amounts to then dispose of. Moreover, recycling plastic is very important, but why?
The general norm is that, higher the floor - lower the risk of termites reaching the top. The notion of termites living only beneath the floor has been proven wrong, with the increased damage, termites have caused to apartments and other high rise buildings in Sri Lanka.
Pest infestation in Sri Lanka is not considered a serious threat unless Dengue causalities are on a rise or properties have been destroyed due to termite damage. Hence the real problem gets swept under the carpet more often than not and by the time the citizens realise the problem, it is often too late.