Management Team

Donald F. Moorehead

Chairman of the Board and CEO of Paragon Waste Solutions

Donald Moorehead is currently the Chairman and CEO of Highland Holdings, Inc. and for the past 15 years has been consulting on projects and businesses in New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, Texas and Hawaii. Mr. Moorehead brings to SEER more than 30 years of C-level management experience in the solid waste industry and was noted as one of the most influential players in the solid waste industry during the 1990’s orchestrating multi-million and billion dollar mergers and acquisitions throughout the world.

Mr. Moorehead’s career began after graduating from the University of Tulsa in 1972 with a degree in Engineering Mathematics. From 1977 until 1984 Moorehead served in various positions with Waste Management. In 1985, Mr. Moorehead founded Mid-American Waste Systems, an integrated solid waste management entity and, as chairman of the board and chief executive officer, he led the company through an initial public offering (IPO). In 1994, as the founder and acting chairman of USA Waste, an integrated non-hazardous waste company, Mr. Moorehead bought Pittsburgh-based Chambers Development Company in a $725-million transaction that, at the time, created the fourth-largest solid waste company in North America. Just four years later, USA Waste, upon acquiring Waste Management in a $13 billion- dollar merger became the largest solid waste company in the world. Mr. Moorehead was Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of USA Waste from October 1990 until May 1994. From 1994 through August 1997, he was vice chairman and chief development officer.

After multiple successful exits in the waste industry, Mr. Moorehead was inducted into the Environmental Industry Association (EIA) Hall of Fame in June 1998. The award selection was based on a long career of service and outstanding contributions to the waste industry. Mr. Moorehead later continued lending his board expertise as a board member for SourceCorp, a NASDAQ listed business process outsourcing company, Metal Management and United Road Service, all successfully filing IPO’s during his tenure.

J. John Combs III

CEO, President and Secretary

Mr. Combs, a SEER Founder, is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors, and CEO. He also serves as General Counsel. Mr. Combs has been Vice President of REGS since 2004, was the founder and President of Tactical Cleaning in 2005, and remains its President. Before joining the Company he owned and operated the law firm of Combs & Associates from 1989 to 2003. Prior to that he was an associate in the law firm of Berman & Blanchard in Los Angeles from 1987 to 1989, and an associate in the law firm of Parker, Milliken, Clark, O’hara & Samuelian, in Los Angeles from 1983 to 1987. His experience in private practice has included corporate maintenance, international finance, and business litigation. Over the last 30 years he has served as an officer and director of various sized corporations, both public and private, and was a Director and Officer of Armada Water Assets, Inc until his resignation in September 2014. For the past five years Mr. Combs has not served as a director of a public company, other than SEER. He received his B.A. from the University of Colorado, with honors, and a Juris Doctorate from Duke University School of Law in 1983.

Richard Robertson

COO of SEER & President of MV Technologies

Richard Robertson is a global management, sales, and manufacturing executive who has led profitable global expansions for manufacturers of engineering intensive, commercial and industrial products. He has launched 11 new companies and manufacturing centers to penetrate key global markets, including China, India, the Middle East and Latin America.

Prior to joining SEER, Mr. Robertson was a director with SYBRO Global, a business strategy firm focused on the clean-tech industry. From 2005 to 2012 he served as Vice President, International Division, for Greenheck Fan Corporation, a market leading supplier of air movement and control technology for buildings, infrastructure, oil and gas, and other industrial applications. There he developed and implemented the strategic plan that transformed the U.S. market leader into a global competitor, covering more than 60 countries on six continents.

Mr. Robertson has also held key positions at AAF-McQuay (now Daikin), York International (now Johnson Controls), and Honeywell. He holds an Executive MBA from Rutgers University, a Bachelors of Environmental Design and B.S. Business Administration, both from the University of Colorado, Boulder and is an accredited LEED Green Associate.

Heidi Anderson

Interim Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Anderson is a seasoned entrepreneur and CFO, with over 20 years of finance and operations experience. As a Principal in AVL Growth Partners, Heidi provides CFO services to high trajectory businesses primarily in services, real estate, franchising and technology markets. Prior to joining AVL, Heidi was the CFO at Club Holdings, LLC and all subsidiaries, as well as the COO of their largest subsidiary, Quintess and was a co-founder and CFO of 10 til 2, a staffing business that grew over time until it was franchised in 10 states. During her tenure at Club Holdings she oversaw 7+ capital formation transactions with combined value in excess of $100 million. Heidi also previously worked in the auditing and consulting groups at KPMG, LLLP and EKS&H, LLLP. Heidi received a B.S. degree in Professional Accountancy from the Pennsylvania State University and has been a Colorado Certified Public Accountant for over 20 years.

Tom Jones

Vice President Business Development, MV Technologies

Mr. Jones brings to SEER more than 28 years of experience in the solid waste industry including all facets of landfill and landfill gas management. Tom’s experience spans design, permitting, construction management, landfill management and engineering. Prior to joining MV Technologies Tom was general manager for the Landfill Division of a regional solid waste company located in the Midwest, overseeing operations of four landfills. Additionally, Tom developed his own landfill gas-to-energy project where he designed, permitted, financed, constructed and operated an LFG collection system that supplied LFG to supplement the fuel use of a lime kiln and a stone dryer. He has continued to evaluate the feasibility of various biogas projects – LFG and anaerobic digesters, as a consultant for several entities over the years. Tom graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University.