White House said July 10 that President Bush intends to designate
Marianne Lamont Horinko as acting administrator of the EPA, replacing
former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman, CongressDaily
White House statement described Horinko as a "lifelong environmental
professional" who also served in the EPA during the administration
of President George H.W. Bush from 1989 to 1993.
currently serves as assistant EPA administrator for solid waste
and emergency response. She is the former president of Clay Associates
Inc., a public policy firm devoted to hazardous waste issues,
and was project director of the National Sediments Dialogue, sponsored
by the National Environmental Policy Institute.