The Journal Gazette
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 1:00 am

Zoller to be counsel for environment firm

Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS – Former Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has landed a job with an environmental remediation company.

Golars Environmental Engineering recently hired Zoeller as the general counsel of the Noblesville company, which specializes in soil, vapor and groundwater remediation at contaminated sites.

Before joining the attorney general's office in 2001, Zoeller worked in private practice as a consultant and general counsel for businesses.

He was attorney general from 2009 until January. Zoeller didn't seek a third term after losing last May's Republican primary for a U.S. House seat.

He is leading an effort to bring a licensed World Trade Center to Indianapolis. Zoeller would become that proposed center's chairman. An application process in underway.

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