Kevin Westerling Articles

  1. The Do’s And Don’ts Of MBR Pretreatment

    They say a picture's worth a thousand words. If that's true, this image of a fouled membrane bioreactor (MBR) system needs little prelude — it's simply what happens when you don't properly protect your membranes with pretreatment.

  2. New Rules: A Review Of Regulatory Reform Proposals

    What does a Republican-led Congress mean for the future of environmental regulations? A legislative insider provides the scoop.

  3. What’s Going On At The EPA?

    Three U.S. EPA officials share their perspective on the hottest topics in water and wastewater and the current state of rulemaking.

  4. New Frontiers In Desalination

    As persistent, widespread drought dominates headlines and decimates farmland, a competition held this month by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) turns to innovative desalination technologies for answers.

  5. Bet On Potable Water Reuse

    A cost comparison of new water sources bodes well for water reuse.

  6. 10 Must-See Membrane Technologies

    A collection of innovative membrane technologies found at the AWWA/AMTA Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition

  7. Water Innovations: The Top 10 Trends Of 2015

    Have you seen Water Online’s latest digital magazine, and did you notice something different? Beginning with the recently launched “Top 10 Trends Of 2015,” Water Online, The Magazine has evolved into Water Innovations, and is all the better for it.

  8. 10 (More) Apps For Water And Wastewater Professionals

    Mobile technology is so fast-moving that new apps are created each day, with more and more people turning to them for on-the-job solutions. Here are 10 apps geared toward the water/wastewater professional that are worthy of consideration.

  9. Will Dow’s Breakthrough Revolutionize Water Treatment?

    A Q&A with Snehal Desai, global business director for Dow Water & Process Solutions, about the power of RO (reverse osmosis) membrane technology — to provide cleaner water, save precious resources, and improve sustainability.

  10. EPA Has New Ammunition For 'Waters Of The U.S.'

    A new report, designed to inform rulemaking on a controversial rule being developed by the U.S. EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), strengthens the agencies’ position.