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On Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Surterre Properties will be hosting an unwanted electronics collection and document shredding event at South Shores Church, 32712 Crown Valley Parkway in Dana Point.

As a part of Surterre’s efforts to stay involved with caring for the environment, company agents and volunteers will be on hand to collect eWaste and deliver it to a recycling center.

ProShred will handle the document shredding onsite and recycle the shredded material.

The service is free of charge and no paperwork/forms will be required.

“Our commitment to our environment and to local organization that are trying to spread the word is unwavering,” Paula Ansara-Wilhelm, Surterre chief marketing officer said. “Surterre Properties’ agents have sought out ways that we can get more involved, and the eWaste Collection Day is on result.”

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