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New company in IRC set on changing industry standards

New company in IRC set on changing industry standards

Indian River County, Fl- Lauren Suriano grew up in Vero Beach. She graduated from Vero Beach High School in 2007, played on the VBHS Girls Lacrosse team and was a member of the 4-H Horsemasters Club. She is the daughter of Brian and Diana Suriano, 25 year  business owners of Briana’s Seafood Market and Cafe. She is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, where she served as an MP.

When I asked Lauren what inspired her she said this:

From a very young age, I always thought I could make a difference, make the world a better place, whether I was running around in my superhero cape or power ranger suit, I always knew I was destined to do great things, inspire lives and affect change for the greater good. All through growing up, the groups, the clubs, the non-profit volunteering, and all up until joining the US Marine Corps, I was making a difference by giving back, being that role model to look up to, living that honest, simple life.
My parents started riding lessons for me at the age of 5 and I loved every minute of it. My love for horses grew into a passion, not just for horses, but all animals. Growing up I was always active, involved in sports, animals and being outdoors. Overall consensus of my generation is too technological, to “go with the flow”, but for me, I think outside the box, refusing to fit into that cookie cutter mold, often wondering how the current news  or events is going to effect my family, my community and the environment we all live in. I have a vision for a better, cleaner world, to strive and make a difference, and I’m on a mission to make that vision a reality.

Most people should want that already, should be thinking about it at least, or want to be a part of something bigger then themselves and give back, but they don’t. To stop and think about our future, like what about the trees we’re knocking down that give us oxygen, or the polluted run-off draining into earths soils that we grow and harvest crops from for consumption?

How are we preserving the earths natural resources for future generations to come? No one really stops to think about that, it’s a subject that is all too often overlooked and taken for granted. We think our environment will just continue to be? No, Our environment cannot sustain us for future generations if we don’t do our part in taking the steps to be greener, do better, to be better and sustain it.
My passion for nature and animals started my research on industries that keep equipment clean such as RV’s and campers, horse trailers, business lawn trailers, agricultural equipment and fleet washing. To say that I was shocked at what is being used to clean them, is an understatement. I couldn’t believe what I was learning, people were actually using acid to wash and clean equipment that they camp in, drive in and put their beloved animals in. I thought, how can I change this? How can I educate and raise awareness on the negative effects that acid washing has on the equipment itself, the polluted run-off of these chemicals that are draining into earths soils and the toxic fumes being produced into the atmosphere? I realized then, that this is where I want to make a difference. It grew from an idea into a plan, from a plan into motion, and motion into a movement. I decided to create a fresh, new innovative company on a mission to change this industry standard by restoring, preserving and conserving.
Being dedicated to educate the community on the negative effects that acid washing has on the equipment and the environment helps raise awareness on how we can work together to restore, preserve and conserve, not only our equipment investments, but our environments sustainability for future generations to come. I wanted the opportunity to be able to provide an Envirosafe pressure washing service that offers a safe and effective alternative to acid washing to promote longevity and sustainability for our environment and our communities.

So Lauren took her inspiration and energy and she started EcoPro Services.

They have established a mission to change industry standards by offering Envirosafe Pressure Washing Services as a safe and effective alternative to the industry standard, acid washing.
The company is achieving this change by using the highest-quality, non-toxic, non-abrasive, biodegradable products available to restore the equipment originality, preserve the environment and the equipment they service, all while conserving earth’s sustainable resources.
Besides providing this service Lauren is committed  to educate, raise awareness and make a difference in the communities and environment we live in.
“We can make a difference and accomplish this by being the change we want to see in the world. We need to start thinking about safer alternatives in order to preserve the environment for a sustainable future. It’s a subject that is too often overlooked.”
 “We are continually learning and strive to educate about a better, safer way to restore, preserve and conserve, not only the materials of your investments for longevity and safety, but also preserving the environment for a sustainable future for generations to come.”

Putting this vision to work, EcoPro Services is actively involved in the community and with non-profit organizations within Indian River County, including Keep Indian River Beautiful.

They will be at the Sebastian Earth Day Celebration on April 21st to offer their services and to continue raising awareness and educate on how we can work together to change these industry standards. EcoPro Services llc will be giving back to non-profit organizations that are striving to make a difference for the good of the people, their beloved animals and the communities we live in.
Visit www.ecoproservicesllc.com for more information.
Featured photo attribute:  “Lauren Suriano, owner, EcoPro Services llc, (left) and fiancé Dina Degroat, Respite Coordinator for the Alzheimer and Parkinson’s Association of Indian River County (right)
(We are always happy to hear about new creative ideas in our community. Always feel free to contact me at clenz@mac.com.

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