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Our Team...


Cliff Sizemore

Is the Owner and CEO of Amerigreen Environmental Recycling, LLC (AGER) and Amerigreen Automotive.  With decades of experience he is the founding member/owner since 1990.  These businesses, as the names suggest are designed to provide solutions to the need for extensive sustainability, recycling and response to the man-made issues and natural disasters that provide intense issues to our society today.   AGER includes C&D (Construction and Demolition) waste recovery, MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) recovery, Metals Recycling and Disaster and Storm Recovery.  His “teeth were cut” on hurricane response in the 90’s to monster storms such as Hugo, Andrew, Alberto, Opal, Floyd, Ivan, Katrina and Ike.  He himself; having been the first “Boots on the Ground” has managed the project completion, design, financing, construction management, waterway and canal restoration, quality control, negotiations and bidding for countless FEMA managed natural Disasters.  Mr. Sizemore has put together teams of debris removal and Disaster Response creating a company that has solutions during our most trying times.

Jason Sizemore

is the Vice-President of Amerigreen Environmental Recycling, LLC (AGER).  As Mr. Sizemore’s son, he has had the valuable experience of learning all facets of operations from his Dad while growing up in the family business.  Jason is a former United States Marine and is now serving his country in the Georgia Air National Guard specializing in Air Craft Metals Technology.  Jason is a United States School of Marksmanship trained Certified Marine Marksmanship Coach and a Certified Marine Combat Marksmanship Trainer.  He was a decorated Marine Precision Marksman Shooting Team member.  Jason was a Directional Artillery Fire Control Specialist authoring the fires of artillery cannons while ensuring the safety of his direct Marine reports.  He has been Project Manager on all of the major Power Storms in the recent decade and is a Certified ASCME Diesel Mechanic and Welder Class IV.  Jason likes to quote that he was “instructed to be disciplined and honest and has the ability to get the job done in a timely safe manner with little or no supervision doing the right thing when no one is looking”!


Joel Kellam

is the CFO- Chief Financial Officer of Amerigreen Environmental Recycling, LLC (AGER).  He graduated from Georgia College and State University with degrees in Accounting and Management.  After graduation, he spent 15 years in the mining/minerals industry encompassing various accounting positions.  He was the Controller for Cooper Industries for 3 years.  He served as the Controller for Freudenburg-Texbond from 1999-2006; General Manager of U.S. Ethanol from 2006-2008, and; Chief Financial Officer for Macon Behavioral Health from 2008-2010.  As part of the AGER team, he has been responsible for all accounting with regard to operations and past activations undertaken by AGER to include financial recording, accounting and reconciliation processes.  Joe has an extensive background in product destruction and recycling through his years in the plastics and dairy industry.

is the Director of Sales for Amerigreen Environmental Recycling and the General Sales Manager for Amerigreen Automotive, LLC.  He graduated from Columbus State University with degrees in Business Administration, Management, and Marketing.  Darrie has an extensive background in the industrial waste and wastewater, as well as recycling industry, oil and gas (Propane) industry, and the pulp and paper industry.  His background in the late 90’s with Vulcan Materials through Vulcan Performance Chemicals gave him specialty chemical experience with a vast knowledge of the pulp and paper industry and was the catalyst for the conception and development of an alternative biomass energy business.  Darrie is directly responsible for Amerigreen Automotive and handles the day to day operations of the truck and equipment sales, rental and hauling unit, acquisition, rental/leasing and maintenance.  Darrie helped develop AGER’s specialty contract labor pool for MSHA related facilities and serves as the safety coordinator.  He also is an integral part of the RFP and bid preparatory process.

Darrie Hart

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