Martin Grohman is executive director of E2Tech, the Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine, an organization of 280+ companies committed to advancing Maine’s cleantech economy. Marty holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer. He is a former State Representative, where he was a member of the Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee and the Criminal Justice Committee. Grohman co-founded DuraLife Decking, a composite decking manufacturing company that continues to operate and grow in the Biddeford Industrial Park. After the company's acquisition, Grohman served as Director of Sustainability for GAF, North America's largest roofing manufacturer, developing initiatives such as the company's Zero-Waste-to-Landfill effort, as well as building networks with national organizations such as the US Green Building Council.
Marty is also president of the Biddeford-Saco Rotary Club, and board chair of the Friends of West Brook Skating Rink. He and his wife Amy and their two children live near Ray's Market off Harold Avenue. Amy is a member of the School Committee.