Camfil has added Sri Lanka to its global operations, the 51st country that the air filtration expert now has representatives in.
Camfil's MD for India, Shashi Shekhar recently visited Sri Lanka to meet with potential customers. He said: "Sri Lanka is a great addition to our business, with opportunities across a range of sectors, including manufacturing, hospitals, warehousing, waste treatment and data centres. Manufacturing in particular is a growing part of Sri Lanka's economy where good air quality is essential to keep workers safe and processes clean and efficient. This is a new milestone in our strategic business plan. Camfil's endeavour in Sri Lanka will certainly help grow the overall business and promote our noble vision of making clean air a human right in yet another country."
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are proving to be more controversial than just the global warming they cause when leaked from air conditioning systems.
Here's a roundup of recent articles from the USA, UK and India discussing the controversial chemicals and what governments are doing about reducing HFCs.