Pack up your unwanted electronics and papers and head down to our Monarch Beach eWaste event tomorrow!
Instead of stumbling over your unused computer, printer, fax machine, or television, Surterre Properties®
invites anyone with these and other unwanted electronics to drive
through the South Shores Church parking lot (32712 Crown Valley Parkway, Dana Point) tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and drop off these landfill “no-no’s” at our Monarch Beach eWaste event. This is a free service with no forms to complete and guests won’t even need to get out of their car.
Surterre Properties agents
and volunteers will collect the eWaste and deliver them to a recycling
center. Eco-friendliness is made easier, thanks to Surterre Properties.
In addition, ProShred will
be at the event to take care of any of your paper shredding needs on
site, and they will recycle the final shredded materials.
“Our commitment to our environment and to local organizations that are trying to spread the word is unwavering,” explains Paula Ansara-Wilhelm,
Chief Marketing Officer of the premier Newport Beach-based luxury real
estate firm. “Surterre Properties agents have sought out ways that we
can get more involved and the eWaste Collection Day is one result.”
and recycled materials – including low emissions paint and finishes –
were utilized in every aspect of the creation of Surterre’s Orange County locations.
Eco-friendly doesn’t mean sacrificing taste and luxury, and Surterre
Properties is blazing the trail in Orange County to spread that message.
Properties’ agents provide personal service and attention to a
discerning clientele. By calling on nature to capture the essence of the
brand, Surterre Properties’ award-winning in-house creative advertising
studio works closely with its clients to deliver memorable and
beautiful details about each home. The combination of the technological
outlets they use to communicate, along with their personalized
attention, further accentuates the essence of Surterre Properties.
For more information about Surterre Properties, visit www.surterreproperties.com. You may also view Surterre Properties' Green Guide for more eco-friendly updates. For more information regarding ProShred, please visit www.proshred.com.