Sunday, July 24, 2016

SSE Executive Director Elected to CRRA Council

SSE Executive Director, Sue Prelozni, has been elected to the California Resource Recovery Association's (CRRA)Technical Council for Prevention, ReUse & Repair.  She will serve on the Executive Committee of that Council.
SSE has been a member for about two years.  Ms. Prelozni presented at their Zero Waste convention in LA last year in 2015.  "I am happy to serve on this committee and I know I will be working with top leaders focused on sustainable solutions to waste and conservation of our resources," said Prelozni.
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Monday, July 18, 2016

SSE on ESPN Real Talk San Diego Radio

Catch SSE executive director Sue Prelozni on the ESPN's Real Talk San Diego -- featured on the Live Well San Diego radio hour.
Sue talks about the challenges of starting a nonprofit, what it's like to be a CEO of a start-up and why SSE is the right choice for everyone in the community and our environment

Friday, July 15, 2016

Second Annual Christmas in July Event

SSE is hosting its second annual Christmas in July warehouse sale event and is opening the facility to the general public.  This is a fund raiser to support SSE operations and to keep this awesome program going.

DATE:     Friday, July 22
TIME:     1 pm - 6 pm
PLACE:  760 Shadowridge Dr., Vista

Items on sale:  chairs, file cabinets, computer monitors, printers, tables, lovely coffee tables and so much more!

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

SSE Receives Harrah's Grant Award

As part of the "All in 4 Change" grant competition offered by the Harrah's Resort Foundation, Sustainable Surplus received $3,000.  Harrah's sponsored an online voting campaign to spike community interest in local organizations.  They awarded a total of $100,000.
"We open up voting to everyone in our community. The finalists take home twelve grants that will help make Southern California a more vibrant place to live and work," said Sheryl Sebastian, Harrah's Manager of Communications & Community Relations.

Executive Director Sue Prelozni with
Board Advisor Bill Brenza