We are one of Southeast Asia's largest brush manufacturers. With over 35 years of experience and a dedicated R&D team, we have met and exceeded client requirements in all our projects.
Our cleaning products are used in household, commercial, and professional sectors. The quality of which are proven by the longstanding loyalty of our clients, many of whom we have worked with for decades.
To us, sustainability is not just a buzzword: We are part of Sri Lanka's largest plastic recycling network and we pick only the best when it comes to wood. In fact, sustainability-oriented clients who support responsible management of forests can opt to make products that use FSC™ certified materials. The products show that the company uses materials that have been responsibly sourced.
The vertical integration with our recycling partners means easy transparency, tracking, and auditing of these recycled or sustainable materials. This makes us a logical choice for green-minded brands.

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The cleaning industry has a surprising variety of needs when it comes to tools. Size, shape, angle, length, weight, material, durability, fineness; all this and more may be customized and adjusted to answer problems that arise from keeping things clean efficiently.

Our specialized R&D department ensures that any kind of cleaning requirement can be developed into a usable, valuable, effective tool to provide solutions for your industry. We have over 3500 products that you can choose from or tweak. Simply contact us with what you want, and we can make sure you get it.

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Eco Spindles (Private) Limited (sister company of Beira Brush), Sri Lanka’s largest plastics recycler, recently concluded its 8th annual Kataragama Waste Management Project by collecting 43,590 PET (polyethylene terephthalate) waste plastic bottles discarded at the scared pilgrim sites of Ruhunu Kataragama Maha Dewalaya, Sella Kataragama Temple, Wedihiti Kanda and the surrounding areas.

The waste management project commenced on the 29th of July and concluded on 12th of August, and engaged 60 volunteers from the ‘Soba Parisara Thurunu Samjaya,’ a local youth club in the area, 20 volunteers from Eco Spindles and its project partners - the Kataragama Pradesiya Sabawa, and the Ruhunu Kataragama Maha Dewalaya.

Since starting the Kataragama Waste Management Project in 2014, Eco Spindles has collected 555,990 PET plastic bottles, equivalent to 18,533 kilos to date. The project aims to educate Sri Lankans about responsible recycling, particularly those who visit Kataragama during the festival.

Further, Eco Spindles operates a network of collectors in Kataragama, who play an integral part in collecting the plastic that is discarded.The company continues to support these entrepreneurs, who have based their livelihoods and businesses on collecting plastics by buying the accumulated plastic waste


Eco Spindles 8 වන වරටත් පවත්වනු ලැබූ කතරගම අපද්‍රව්‍ය කළමනාකරණ ව්‍යාපෘතිය සාර්ථකව අවසන් කරයි – Adaderana Biz Sinhala | Sri Lanka Business News

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