As President of Environmental Protection, Inc., Daniel Rohe is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a growing company which fabricates over 30 million square feet of geomembranes annually. He has been involved with this family owned business since he was in high school and has spent many years working in and learning about the geomembrane industry.
Dan is a graduate of Michigan State University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Public Policy. He spent his first years with Environmental Protection, Inc. as plant manager and then as a salesman where he cultivated relationships with many of the industry’s leaders. Dan is an active member of several professional organizations including ASTM committee D-35 and the Geosynthetic Research Institute (GRI) and has been active in countless industry trade shows and seminars. He is continuing EPI's development of thermal welding and air channel strength testing of PVC geomembrane field seams.
With an extensive background in computers, Dan is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of the fully interactive EPI Website since the late 90's. Prior to rejoining EPI as Executive Vice President, Dan worked as a heavy equipment salesman for Michigan CAT in Kalkaska, Michigan.
Dan lives in Traverse City, Michigan. He has been an active member of the Traverse City community served as a Big Brother for the Big Brother Big Sisters organization and a past board member for the Northern Michigan MSU alumni club. Dan is also a graduate of Leadership Grand Traverse – an executive training program that teaches participants about the Grand Traverse region. He enjoys spending his free time outdoors riding his motorcycle, hunting, fishing, boating and taking pictures of his kids. Dan is married and has 3 beautiful children.