Ohio EPA - From Compliance, to Grants, to Recognition with Dan Sowry
Do you need confidential help with Ohio EPA's requirements? Would you like to learn ways to reduce waste, save money and possibly avoid the need for a permit? Are you interested in free recycling grant money or financial assistance to help your business comply with state and federal air quality and emission regulations? Would you like recognized for your outstanding efforts to become more sustainable? Join us as Dan Sowry tells you how to do all this !
Dan Sowry currently serves as the Assistant Chief of Ohio EPA’s Office of Compliance Assistance and Pollution Prevention (OCAPP) within the Division of Environmental and Financial Assistance. Dan oversees Ohio EPA's sustainability program, Recycling and Litter Prevention grant program, pollution prevention program, compliance assistance program, Ohio Materials Marketplace program and Encouraging Environmental Excellence program. Prior to this, Dan worked as the supervisor in OCAPP's compliance assistance program, as the central district office OCAPP representative, and as the hazardous waste technical assistance representative in Ohio EPA’s Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization. He started his Ohio EPA career in the Division of Air Pollution Control’s Mobile Sources Section where he led the state’s vehicle emission anti-tampering program.
Dan earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biology in 1996 and has over 20 years of experience working at Ohio EPA.