Dan Levine Dan grew up in Puerto Rico and Miami and, from these roots, developed a keen interest in Fisheries and Ecology.He remains involved with organizations dealing with wildlife ecology and habitat preservation. His experience and ecological convictions are invaluable when managing the customer’s projects and with the desire for maximum waste diversion. His career path is as follows:
Graduated in Forestry / Wildlife Ecology from the University of Florida and in Fisheries Biology from Clemson University
Served as Fisheries Biologist for the Florida Game and Fish Commission for 4 years
Joined the Duriron C./Flowserve Corporation, a manufacturer of industrial equipment designed to protect the environment from the most corrosive and toxic chemicals. While at Flowserve, Dan served many functions from Sales Engineer to President of Atomac Division in Germany.
2001-2011, Dan joined a local abatement / demolition company as a Senior Project Manager responsible for managing all types of environmental cleanup projects including asbestos, lead and mold abatement, selective, mass demolition to site remediation jobs involving contaminated soil, underground UST / AST tanks, hydraulic lifts and Hazwoper cleanups.
Currently Dan serves as Vice President and as a Project Manager for Conflo Services, Inc.