GOLDEN, CO—(Marketwired – April 17, 2018) – Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources, Inc. (SEER) (OTCQB: SENR), a provider of environmental, renewable fuels and industrial waste stream management services, reported financial results for its fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2017.
As previously announced, as part of SEER's strategic shift to a dedicated environmental technology company, SEER completed the sale of its railcar cleaning division, Tactical Cleaning Company, on July 31, 2017. Under the requirements of GAAP, the operations of the railcar cleaning division are included as assets and liabilities held for sale in the consolidated balance sheets at December 31st, 2016 and as discontinued operations in the consolidated statements of operations for the year ended December 31st, 2017 and 2016. The following highlights our financial results from continuing operations for Q4 2017 and 2016.
Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Financial Highlights
- Total revenue in Q4 2017 was $1.8 million versus $1.6 million in Q4 2016, with the full year 2017 revenue at $8.4 million versus $7.7 million in 2016.
- Q4 2017 net revenue was $0.5 million in Industrial Cleaning (REGS), $1.0 million in Environmental Technology Solutions (MV/SEM) and $0.3 million in Solid Waste (Paragon Waste Solutions).
- Full year 2017 net revenue was $2.3 million in Industrial Cleaning (REGS), $5.3 million in Environmental Technology Solutions (MV/SEM) and $0.9 million in Solid Waste (Paragon Waste Solutions).
- Gross profit margin in Q4 2017 was –18.0% vs. –2.5% in Q4 2016, with FY 2017 gross profit margin at 10.8% vs 16.5% in FY 2016.
- GAAP net loss attributable to SEER was $2.1 million in Q4 2017 versus a net loss of $2.4 million in Q4 2016. Net loss from continuing operations was $2.5 million in Q4 2017 versus $3.0 million in Q4 2016.
- Q4 2017 adjusted EBITDA loss was $1.6 million compared to a loss of $2.1 million in Q4 2016, with a full year 2017 adjusted EBITDA gain of $0.3 million compared to a loss of $2.7 million in 2016: a $3.0 million improvement over prior year.
2017 and Subsequent Financial and Operational Highlights by Division
- Environmental Technology Solutions (MV & SEM)
- Environmental Solutions 2017 revenue increased 18% to $5.3 million compared to $4.5 million in 2016. Gross profits were $1.6 million in FY 2017 compared to $1.1 million in FY 2016: a 45% improvement year over year.
- Environmental Solutions Q4 2017 revenue was $1.0 million, flat when compared to Q4 2016 revenue of $1.0 million. Gross profits increased substantially from $16,800 in Q4 2016 to $0.3 million in Q4 2017: more than a 25% increase in gross profit margin. The higher gross margin in Q4 2017 was primarily due to an increase in recurring product sales produced in–house that generate higher margins when compared to being sourced from third parties.
- MV now has more than 30 anaerobic digester systems installed and operational across the continental U.S., with its reach now extending to Hawaii and Canada. All of these installations will drive high–margin recurring revenue for years to come and minimize revenue swings quarter to quarter.
- MV brought its 14th landfill gas project online in the fourth quarter of 2017. This facility is located in NJ and is MV's fourth LFG project in NJ. This system treats approximately 3000 scfm and will need almost 20,000 ft3 of SEER's proprietary BioActive Mediaâ¢ (“BAM”) on an annual basis. This will contribute about $340,000 each year in recurring revenue through the continuing sale of BAM.
- Continued targeting replacement media sales to the large, existing base of non–MV systems with its exclusive distributorship of Axens NA media, which is also expected to minimize the impact of periodic lulls in new system orders.
- Kicked off new marketing campaign focused on placement of rental systems and already received a PO for a rental system from a landfill in Northern California. The rental system uses MV's exclusively licensed Axens NA AxTrap granular iron oxide media. This media is specifically formulated to comply with California's more stringent disposal requirements. The rental system will generate approximately $75,000/month of revenue between the equipment and the ongoing sales of AxTrap media. It is estimated the rental system will be in place for 6–12 months. MV is working with the landfill to design, supply and install a permanent system to keep the landfill in long–term compliance and has been contacted by another landfill operator in Central California to install a similar rental system.
- One of 12 in the nation selected to present SEER's patented V3RUâ¢ technology to a panel of oil and gas industry leaders at the CCIA Oil & Gas Cleantech Challenge in September 2017 in Denver, Colorado.
- Appointed biogas industry veteran, David Millan, President of Novo Environmental, as MV's exclusive representative for the Southern California region.
- Paragon Waste Solutions – CoronaLuxâ¢
- Received final air quality permit approval from South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) in December 2017, the first of its kind in California in recent history.
- Completed the commissioning and start–up of Paragon Southwest Medical Waste, LLC (PSMW), a waste destruction facility in Anahuac, Texas. This facility has been audited by all three major waste collection companies in the medical waste business, and two industrial services companies. Volume has been ramping up weekly; medical waste is being processed daily and the operation is already generating revenue. This facility now represents the first–time “bypass” medical waste is being destroyed in the United States on a large–scale, commercial basis in a manner other than traditional incineration. The PSMW JV is also the first time where an established incinerator operator has idled operations in favor of adopting the CoronaLux technology.
- Several significant customer waste agreements have been signed by the Texas facility in the first months of operation, and a number of other agreements are being negotiated.
- The PSMW JV in Texas, is the first venture that relied on utilizing third–party funding (as opposed to being capitalized by the partner) to adequately capitalize Paragon JV projects.
- Received air quality emission permits in Southern California, Texas, Florida (Broward and Orange counties), and North Carolina (Guilford County) and is in active negotiations with new or existing medical waste partners to set up and/or expand operations in all of these highly populated regions.
- Completed the design of the next generation units, which incorporate all the know–how obtained from operations to date, and take advantage of new features to improve efficiency, reliability/operability, and further reduce the already low maintenance costs. These units will be introduced in the next round of manufacturing of systems expected this year.
- REGS/Tactical (Services)
- In July 2017, completed sale of railcar cleaning division, Tactical Cleaning Company, LLC for gross proceeds of $2.5 million with $1.0 million in guaranteed future payments and an additional potential compensation based on performance bonus awards over the next three years.
- Secured several large, long–term projects in Colorado, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Ohio, with a new total service revenue opportunity of over $2.7M over the next 3–4 quarters.
- Commencement of initial projects with a major U.S. based brewery and continuing to receive increasing volume of work from a wider variety of customers throughout the South East and Western U.S. regions.
- Partnered with Biochar Now, (“BCN”) a leading engineer and manufacturer of high–quality and patented biochar. Received exclusive rights to perform 1) all fabrication and manufacturing of BCN kilns, and 2) all environmental/remediation services on mining reclamation and cleanup projects.
- Debt financing imminent to establish increased and specialized manufacturing capabilities to fulfill anticipated kiln orders from BCN estimated to be approximately $2.4M in the next two quarters.
- Received a new Master Services Agreement from one of the largest refiners in the nation.
- Pipeline service work has increased and new services are being performed with this customer.
- Awarded new projects in Oklahoma with one of the largest paper companies in the nation.
“2017 was a year of strong operational execution with several significant events that confirmed several of our technologies' effectiveness and disruptive capabilities,” said John Combs, CEO of SEER. “We are developing a strong recurring revenue base in our Environmental Solutions segment and expect continued revenue growth as Paragon Waste Solutions expects to ramp operations in Texas, Florida and expand throughout California.
“With new high–margin revenue objectives for our service segment, we continued to focus on and grow our Environmental Solutions and Solid Waste segments. Based on results in the fourth quarter 2017, we are optimistic that in 2018 we will see additional growth in both new system installations and our recurring media sales revenue base. As our customers' media comes due for replacement, we expect to see increasingly steady recurring, high–margin media sales, which are expected to minimize the impact of periodic lulls in large, new system orders. Second, the large installed base of non–MV systems located at landfills across the country are excellent targets for additional replacement media sales of our exclusively licensed Axens product. Third, the initial success of securing very high–margin MV rental revenue also creates a sustainable source of recurring revenue that will stabilize annual revenue and otherwise contribute appreciably to the profits of MV for years to come.
“Over the past few months, Paragon has demonstrated the strongest potential for near–term growth across SEER, as we are finally reaching full–scale commercialization of our CoronaLuxâ¢ technology in Texas. The facility commenced operations with three CoronaLuxâ¢ Model L systems, that can each destroy three tons of medical waste per day. Paragon Southwest Medical Waste has committed to purchasing up to 25 systems in total over five years as existing units are brought to capacity. Paragon has now demonstrated commercial success and is receiving industry attention and inquiries, including promising initial discussions with the major collectors and medical waste players about using the patented Paragon technology,” continued Combs.
“In Southern California, our final approval from South Coast Air Quality regulators represents a major milestone in the California waste market as Paragon and its partner, MWS, become the first and only fully permitted facility to destroy medical waste on a commercial scale in the state of California. This allows us to increase our usage of the CoronaLuxâ¢ system in Paramount from hours a day to five days a week. We estimate that the potential for up to 16 CoronaLuxâ¢ placements exist over the next several years in California alone.
“Additional projects on the same or larger scale than the one in Texas are in the planning stage. Paragon is actively in negotiations for third–party funding to create these facilities as a joint venture entity similar to both the California and Texas operations. Key features will be proximity to regional concentration of customers, where our easily deployable CoronaLux technology will have a distinct industry advantage, without the limitations and complications of large–scale, centralized incinerator sites. Because of the distribution of old, large–scale fixed incinerator sites, freight costs to customers can be almost as high as destruction costs offered by the incinerators. This opens a tremendous disruptive opportunity and a distinct market advantage for Paragon.
“Turning to REGS, we view our partnership with Biochar Now as extremely promising and a strategic part of our long–term plan to migrate from a strictly service oriented operation. In addition to the steadily growing service base, SEER holds exclusive rights for BCN's water and soil cleanup work in the mining sector and hopes to initiate large–scale, long–term clean–up projects within this sector the next several quarters. We have investment partners intent to fund BCN's national expansion standing by that are also proposing to fund REGS' manufacturing expansion plans in order to fulfill BCN's kilns needs. Initial POs from BCN are expected to exceed $2 million this year alone.
“We anticipate a strong 2018 as we now have a clear line of sight to sustainable GAAP profitability, spurred primarily by 1) the recent developments at Paragon, 2) increasing media replacements from the growing installed base of MV and non–MV systems, as well as 3) large and imminent manufacturing revenue opportunities being secured for REGS. This potential has not gone unnoticed by industry lenders and SEER anticipates it can secure very attractive debt financing that will enable SEER to restructure its debt, clean up its balance sheet, address short–term cash flow issues while its divisions ramp and generate sufficient revenue to make our operations profitable going forward. This is a turning point for SEER and we are looking forward to what we believe will be a breakout year of operational execution and shareholder value creation,” concluded Combs.
Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Financial Results
Total revenue in the fourth quarter of 2017 increased to $1.8 million compared to $1.6 million in the same year–ago quarter. For the full year of 2017, total revenue was $8.4 million versus $7.7 million in 2016. The increase in both periods is primarily attributable to the increases in revenue from our Environmental Solution and Solid Waste segments, which increased from approximately $4.5 and $0.2 million respectively in 2016 to approximately $5.3 and $0.9 million respectively in 2017, an overall increase of approximately 32%.
Industrial Cleaning revenue in the fourth quarter of 2017 totaled $0.5 million versus $0.5 million in the same year–ago quarter and for the full year of 2017 totaled $2.3 million versus $2.9 million in 2016.
Environmental Solutions revenue in the fourth quarter of 2017 totaled $1.0 million versus $1.0 million in the same year–ago quarter and for the full year of 2017 totaled $5.3 million versus $4.5 million in 2016. The increase in the annual figures are primarily attributable to higher media replacement sales and higher long–term contracts.
Solid Waste (PWS) net revenue in the fourth quarter of 2017 totaled $0.3 million versus $0.1 million in the same year–ago quarter and for the full year of 2017 totaled $0.9 million versus $0.2 million in 2016. The increase in solid waste revenue in both periods is primarily attributable to sales of CoronaLuxâ¢ units during 2017 in the amount of $0.6 million.
Gross margin in the fourth quarter of 2017 decreased to –18.0%% from –2.5% in the same year–ago quarter, and for the full year of 2017 decreased to 10.8% versus 16.5% in 2016. The decrease in full year gross margin was due to a reduced utilization of equipment and manpower as a result of the reduction in service revenue.
Total operating expenses for the full year of 2017 increased to $13.2 million compared to $12.4 million in 2016. The increase in total operating expenses year–over–year can primarily be attributed to an increase in SG&A of $0.6 million, an increase in product costs of $0.2 million and an increase in solid waste costs of approx. $0.9 million, offset by a decrease of approximately $0.9 million in asset impairment and litigation settlement costs.
Net loss attributable to SEER in the fourth quarter of 2017 totaled $2.1 million or ($0.04) per diluted share, compared to net loss of $2.4 million or ($0.04) per diluted share in the same year–ago quarter. For the full year of 2017, net loss attributable to SEER totaled $2.2 million or ($0.10) per diluted share, compared to net loss of $3.9 million or ($0.07) per diluted share in 2016. The decrease in net loss for both periods was primarily due to the 9% increase in revenue in 2017 versus 2016 coupled with the gain recognized on sale of the rail operations.
Adjusted EBITDA loss in the fourth quarter of 2017 totaled $1.6 million, compared to a loss of $2.1 million in the same year–ago quarter. Adjusted EBITDA gain in 2017 totaled $0.3 million compared to an adjusted EBITDA loss of $2.7 million in 2016 (see definition and further discussion about the presentation of adjusted EBITDA, a non–GAAP term, below).
Cash at December 31, 2017, totaled $54,100 compared to $233,200 at December 31, 2016. Subsequent to the closing of the fourth quarter and full year 2017, the company expects to enter into definitive documents for $2.0 million of unsecured and minimally dilutive debt financing anticipated to be closed in late April or early May 2018.
Further details about the company's results in 2017 are available in its Annual Report Form 10–K, accessible in the investor relations section of the company's website at www.seer–corp.com.
Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources CEO John Combs and CFO Heidi Anderson will host the conference call, followed by a question and answer period.
Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Time: 4:30 p.m. Eastern time (1:30 p.m. Pacific time)
Toll–free dial–in number: 1–800–263–0877
International dial–in number: 1–323–794–2094
Conference ID: 3645915
Please call the conference telephone number 5–10 minutes prior to the start time. An operator will register your name and organization. If you have any difficulty connecting with the conference call, please contact MZ Group at 1–949–491–8235.
The conference call will be broadcast live and available for replay at http://public.viavid.com/index.php?id=128852 and via the investor relations section of the company's website at www.seer–corp.com.
A replay of the conference call will be available after 7:30 p.m. Eastern time through June 17, 2018.
Toll–free replay number: 1–844–512–2921
International replay number: 1–412–317–6671
Replay ID: 3645915
Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Financial Summary Tables
The following financial information should be read in conjunction with the unaudited financial statements and accompanying notes filed by the company with the Securities and Exchange Commission on April 17, 2018 in its Annual Report on Form 10–K for the period ended December 31, 2017, and which can be viewed at www.sec.gov and in the investor relations section of the company's website at www.seer–corp.com.
Use of Non–GAAP Financial Information
The Company believes that the presentation of results excluding certain items in “Modified EBITDA,” such as non–cash equity compensation charges, provides meaningful supplemental information to both management and investors, facilitating the evaluation of performance across reporting periods. The Company uses these non–GAAP measures for internal planning and reporting purposes. These non–GAAP measures are not in accordance with, or an alternative for, generally accepted accounting principles and may be different from non–GAAP measures used by other companies. The presentation of this additional information is not meant to be considered in isolation or as a substitute for net income or net income per share prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Set forth below is a reconciliation of Adjusted EBITDA to net income (loss):
|Â||Â||YearÂ Ended||Â||ThreeÂ Months Ended|
|NetÂ Income (Loss) Continuing Operations||Â||($6,133,600)||Â||($5,063,100)||Â||($2,520,700)||Â||($2,970,000)|
|NetÂ Income (Loss) Discontinued Operations||Â||3,389,600||Â||423,300||Â||23,000||Â||25,700|
|NetÂ Income (Loss) Applicable to SEER||Â||(2,198,600)||Â||(3,886,300)||Â||(2,067,400)||Â||(2,413,900)|
|DepreciationÂ and Amortization||Â||768,700||Â||784,900||Â||173,300||Â||244,700|
|EBITDA, Including Noncontrolling Interest||Â||(4,000)||Â||(2,769,500)||Â||(1,680,700)||Â||(2,092,500)|
|StockÂ Based Compensation (Option Comp, Warrant Comp, Stock Issued for Services andÂ Settlements, Warrant Extensions)||Â||276,700||Â||86,900||Â||67,600||Â||2,900|
|ModifiedÂ EBITDA, Including Noncontrolling Interest||Â||$272,700||Â||($2,682,600)||Â||($1,613,100)||Â||($2,089,600)|
|EBITDA, Excluding Noncontrolling Interest||Â||($549,400)||Â||($3,523,000)||Â||($2,111,000)||Â||($2,622,900)|
|ModifiedÂ EBITDA, Excluding Noncontrolling Interest||Â||($272,700)||Â||($3,436,100)||Â||($2,043,400)||Â||($2,620,000)|
About Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources, Inc.
Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources, Inc. (SEER) (OTCQB: SENR), identifies, secures, and commercializes patented and proprietary environmental clean technologies in several multibillion dollar sectors (including oil & gas, renewable fuels, and all types of waste management, both solid and gaseous) for the purpose of either destroying/minimizing hazardous waste streams more safely and at lower cost than any competitive alternative, and/or processing the waste for use as a renewable fuel for the benefit of the customers and the environment. SEER has three wholly–owned operating subsidiaries: REGS, LLC; MV Technologies, LLC and SEER Environmental Materials, LLC; and two majority–owned subsidiaries: Paragon Waste Solutions, LLC; and ReaCH4biogas (“Reach”). For more information about the Company visit: www.seer–corp.com.
Forward Looking Statements
This press release contains “forward–looking statements” within the meaning of various provisions of the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, commonly identified by such terms as “believes,” “looking ahead,” “anticipates,” “estimates,” and other terms with similar meaning. Although the company believes that the assumptions upon which its forward–looking statements are based are reasonable, it can give no assurance that these assumptions will prove to be correct. Such forward–looking statements should not be construed as fact. Statements in this press release regarding future performance or fiscal projections, the cost effectiveness, impact and ability of the Company's products to handle the future needs of customers are forward–looking statements. The information contained in such statements is beyond the ability of the Company to control, and in many cases the Company cannot predict what factors would cause results to differ materially from those indicated in such statements. All forward–looking statements in the press release are expressly qualified by these cautionary statements and by reference to the underlying assumptions.
|STRATEGICÂ ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY RESOURCES, INC.
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETSÂ
|Â||Accounts receivable, net of allowance for doubtful accounts of $460,100 and $235,500, respectively||Â||Â||692,400||Â||Â||Â||1,188,100||Â|
|Â||Notes receivable, net||Â||Â||184,600||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Costs andÂ estimated earnings in excess billings on uncompleted contracts||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||13,600||Â|
|Â||Assets heldÂ for sale||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||1,024,600||Â|
|Â||PrepaidÂ expenses and other current assets||Â||Â||340,900||Â||Â||Â||518,500||Â|
|Â||Â||TotalÂ current assets||Â||Â||1,272,000||Â||Â||Â||2,978,000||Â|
|Property andÂ equipment, net||Â||Â||1,296,400||Â||Â||Â||2,805,100||Â|
|IntangibleÂ assets, net||Â||Â||623,100||Â||Â||Â||738,000||Â|
|Notes receivable, net of current portion||Â||Â||542,900||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|LIABILITIES & STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY (DEFICIT)||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Billings inÂ excess of costs and estimated earnings on uncompleted contracts||Â||Â||227,300||Â||Â||Â||1,090,800||Â|
|Â||Payroll taxesÂ payable||Â||Â||997,700||Â||Â||Â||993,300||Â|
|Â||LiabilitiesÂ held for sale||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||603,100||Â|
|Â||CurrentÂ portion of notes payable and capital lease obligations||Â||Â||2,166,300||Â||Â||Â||571,800||Â|
|Â||Notes payable – related parties, including accrued interest||Â||Â||11,800||Â||Â||Â||11,800||Â|
|Â||Â||TotalÂ current liabilities||Â||Â||6,473,400||Â||Â||Â||6,813,600||Â|
|DeferredÂ revenue, non–current||Â||Â||113,100||Â||Â||Â||283,600||Â|
|Notes payableÂ and capital lease obligations, net of current portion||Â||Â||504,300||Â||Â||Â||1,751,500||Â|
|Commitments andÂ contingencies||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||PreferredÂ stock; $.001 par value; 5,000,000 shares authorized; –0– shares issued||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Common stock; $.001 par value; 70,000,000 shares authorized; 56,528,575 andÂ 54,525,079 shares issued, issuable** and outstanding 2017 and 2016, respectively||Â||Â||56,500||Â||Â||Â||54,500||Â|
|Â||Common stock subscribed||Â||Â||25,000||Â||Â||Â||25,000||Â|
|Â||Additional paid–inÂ capital||Â||Â||20,790,700||Â||Â||Â||19,077,600||Â|
|Â||StockÂ subscription receivable||Â||Â||(25,000||)||Â||Â||(25,000||)|
|Â||Â||TotalÂ stockholders' equity (deficit)||Â||Â||(624,700||)||Â||Â||(141,400||)|
|Â||Â||TotalÂ equity (deficit)||Â||Â||(3,339,900||)||Â||Â||(2,311,200||)|
|TOTALÂ LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY||Â||$||3,750,900||Â||Â||$||6,537,500||Â|
**Includes 190,000 shares issuable at December 31, 2017 per terms of short–term note agreements.
The accompanying notes are an integral part of these consolidated financial statements.
|STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGYÂ RESOURCES, INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTSÂ OF OPERATIONS
|Â||Â||For the Year Ended December 31,||Â|
|Â||Solid wasteÂ disposal||Â||Â||917,500||Â||Â||Â||230,200||Â|
|Â||Solid waste disposal costs||Â||Â||1,150,700||Â||Â||Â||315,000||Â|
|Â||General and administrative expenses||Â||Â||2,521,500||Â||Â||Â||2,034,800||Â|
|Â||Salaries and related expenses||Â||Â||2,238,400||Â||Â||Â||2,182,800||Â|
|Â||Loss on settlement||Â||Â||254,900||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Other assetÂ impairment||Â||Â||322,000||Â||Â||Â||720,000||Â|
|Â||Fixed asset impairment||Â||Â||354,000||Â||Â||Â||809,000||Â|
|Â||Â||Total operating expenses||Â||Â||13,195,700||Â||Â||Â||12,413,500||Â|
|Loss fromÂ operations||Â||Â||(4,767,700||)||Â||Â||(4,759,600||)|
|Other income (expense):||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||InterestÂ expense net||Â||Â||(1,425,600||)||Â||Â||(324,200||)|
|Â||Gain onÂ disposition of assets||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||27,800||Â|
|Â||Â||TotalÂ non–operating expense, net||Â||Â||(1,365,900||)||Â||Â||(319,300||)|
|Loss fromÂ continuing operations||Â||Â||(6,133,600||)||Â||Â||(5,078,900||)|
|Net income fromÂ discontinued operations||Â||Â||694,300||Â||Â||Â||423,300||Â|
|Gain recognizedÂ on sale of rail operations||Â||Â||2,695,300||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|DiscontinuedÂ operations, net of tax||Â||Â||3,389,600||Â||Â||Â||423,300||Â|
|Loss beforeÂ earnings from equity method joint ventures||Â||Â||(2,744,000||)||Â||Â||(4,655,600||)|
|Income fromÂ equity method joint ventures||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||15,700||Â|
|Less: LossÂ attributable to non–controlling interest||Â||Â||(545,400||)||Â||Â||(753,500||)|
|Net lossÂ attributable to SEER common stockholders||Â||$||(2,198,600||)||Â||$||(3,886,400||)|
|Net loss perÂ share from continuing operations||Â||$||(.11||)||Â||$||(.08||)|
|Net loss perÂ share, basic and diluted||Â||$||(.10||)||Â||$||(.07||)|
|WeightedÂ average shares outstanding – basic and diluted||Â||Â||55,264,804||Â||Â||Â||53,951,309||Â|
|STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGYÂ RESOURCES, INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTÂ OF CASH FLOWS
|Â||Â||For the Year Ended December 31,||Â|
|Cash flows from operatingÂ activities:||Â||2017||Â||Â||2016||Â|
|Â||Income fromÂ discontinued operations||Â||Â||3,389,600||Â||Â||Â||423,300||Â|
|Net loss from continuingÂ operations||Â||Â||(6,133,600||)||Â||Â||(5,078,900||)|
|Adjustments to reconcile netÂ loss to net cash provided by operating activities:||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Depreciation, amortization and impairment||Â||Â||774,800||Â||Â||Â||740,700||Â|
|Â||Stock–basedÂ compensation expense||Â||Â||246,600||Â||Â||Â||91,500||Â|
|Â||Non–cash expense forÂ interest||Â||Â||1,147,000||Â||Â||Â||97,100||Â|
|Â||Provision for doubtfulÂ accounts receivable||Â||Â||224,600||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Cost of sale of equipmentÂ to joint venture||Â||Â||316,800||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Gain on disposition ofÂ asset||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||(25,600||)|
|Â||Impairment of assets||Â||Â||676,000||Â||Â||Â||1,529,000||Â|
|Changes in operating assetsÂ and liabilities:||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Costs in Excess ofÂ billings on uncompleted contracts||Â||Â||13,600||Â||Â||Â||190,400||Â|
|Â||Prepaid expenses andÂ other assets||Â||Â||593,800||Â||Â||Â||296,900||Â|
|Â||Accounts payable andÂ accrued liabilities||Â||Â||(279,800||)||Â||Â||1,282,000||Â|
|Â||Billings in excess ofÂ revenue on uncompleted contracts||Â||Â||(863,500||)||Â||Â||502,900||Â|
|Â||Payroll taxes payable||Â||Â||4,400||Â||Â||Â||22,800||Â|
|Net cash used in operatingÂ activities||Â||Â||(2,786,300||)||Â||Â||(747,800||)|
|Cash flows from investingÂ activities:||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Purchase of propertyÂ and equipment||Â||Â||(199,800||)||Â||Â||(163,700||)|
|Â||Proceeds from sale ofÂ discontinued operations, net of costs||Â||Â||2,510,900||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Proceeds from the saleÂ of property and equipment||Â||Â||74,300||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Purchase of intangibleÂ assets||Â||Â||(18,600||)||Â||Â||(45,100||)|
|Â||Distributions for notesÂ receivable||Â||Â||(300,000||)||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Net cash used in investingÂ activities||Â||Â||2,066,800||Â||Â||Â||(149,800||)|
|Cash flows from financingÂ activities:||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Principal payments ofÂ notes and capital lease obligations||Â||Â||(1,468,000||)||Â||Â||(863,600||)|
|Â||Payments of relatedÂ party notes payable and accrued interest||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||(20,000||)|
|Â||Proceeds from issuanceÂ of convertible and short–term debt||Â||Â||1,275,000||Â||Â||Â||1,155,000||Â|
|Â||Proceeds from issuanceÂ of capital leases||Â||Â||88,800||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Proceeds from theÂ extension of warrants||Â||Â||155,500||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Proceeds from the saleÂ of common stock and warrants, net of expenses||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||454,900||Â|
|Net cash provided byÂ financing activities||Â||Â||(37,500||)||Â||Â||726,300||Â|
|Net cash flows from discontinuedÂ operations||Â||Â||577,900||Â||Â||Â||173,900||Â|
|Net decrease in cash||Â||Â||(179,100||)||Â||Â||2,600||Â|
|Â||Cash at the beginningÂ of year||Â||Â||233,200||Â||Â||Â||230,600||Â|
|Â||Cash at the end of year||Â||$||54,100||Â||Â||$||233,200||Â|
|STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGYÂ RESOURCES, INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS – Continued
|Supplemental disclosures ofÂ cash flow information:||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Cash paid for incomeÂ taxes||Â||Â||–||Â||Â||Â||–||Â|
|Â||Cash paid for interest||Â||$||211,600||Â||Â||$||257,500||Â|
|Supplemental disclosure ofÂ noncash financing and investing activities:||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â||Â|
|Â||Financing of insuranceÂ premiums||Â||$||438,300||Â||Â||$||278,600||Â|
|Â||Discount on convertibleÂ debt||Â||$||–||Â||Â||$||97,100||Â|
|Â||OffsetÂ accounts receivable with note payable||Â||$||–||Â||Â||$||68,000||Â|