Former EPA Official Faces Ethics Charges for Trying to Block Alabama Superfund Site Cleanup

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) — A former Environmental Protection Agency official faces multiple ethics charges in connection with an effort to stop cleanup of a polluted Alabama neighborhood, according to an indictment unsealed Wednesday.

The indictment shows that Trey Glenn faces six felony counts and 14 misdemeanors. The charges appear to relate to his work as a private consultant with a coal company regarding the Superfund site in Birmingham.

Glenn and former business partner Scott Phillips are charged with multiple violations of Alabama’s Ethics Act, including soliciting a thing of value from a lobbyist or person who employs a lobbyist and using a public position for personal gain.

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