Administrator Michael O. Leavitt, 2003-2005
Michael O. Leavitt became EPA Administrator under President George W. Bush. As Administrator, he implemented higher standards for ozone, diesel fuels and other air pollutants. He also organized and managed a collaboration to develop a federal plan to clean up the Great Lakes and awarded grants to retrofit school buses under the Clean School Bus USA program. These school buses were fitted with emission control systems to reduce air pollution and protect children’s health.
- Biography of Michael O. Leavitt and Administrator Michael O. Leavitt: 500-Day Planning
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- Speeches by Administrator Leavitt are located in EPA's Newsroom, off the Speeches page.
- Mike Leavitt's swearing-in, Nov. 6, 2003