Noblesville-based Golars Environmental Engineering has appointed Greg Zoeller as general counsel. He has spent much of his career in public service, but he also has experience as a problem-solver for private, entrepreneurial businesses. Zoeller served as Indiana’s 42nd attorney general from 2009 to 2017, where he led a diverse team of 162 deputy attorneys and other professional staff. Before joining the Indiana Attorney General’s Office in 2001, Zoeller worked in private practice, helping businesses as a consultant and general counsel. He also served Vice President Dan Quayle in The White House and in his U.S. Senate office. Zoeller attended Purdue University as an undergraduate and received his law degree from the Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington. Golars is an environmental engineering and consulting firm providing integrated services in several disciplines, including site investigation, brownfield redevelopment, remediation services, contaminated sediment services, and waste management services.