Rotary Opiods problems and how to eraticate
Aug 28, 2019 7:15 AM
Marty Grohman
Rotary Opiods problems and how to eraticate

Martin Grohman is the Executive Director of the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine (E2Tech), a statewide nonprofit focused on growing Maine’s clean technology economy. Marty is a former independent state representative and holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer.

Grohman hosts a podcast for Maine entrepreneurs called The Grow Maine Show, and co-founded DuraLife Decking, a composite decking manufacturing company in Biddeford that grew to $30 million in sales in six years and employs about 50 people. As a legislator he was twice named American Legion Legislator of the Year, as an honorary life member of the Vietnam Veterans of America, and won the 2016 President’s Award from the Maine Sheriffs Association.

Marty grew up in Carthage, Maine, where his family still runs a small farm keeping Jersey cows. He and his wife, Amy, and their two children live in Biddeford where Amy works in the Biddeford School Department