Mary Kay Camarillo
Ph.D., Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 2009
M.S., Environmental Engineering, University of California, Davis, 2004
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Washington, 1996
Registered Professional Engineer in Washington and California
Water reclamation and reuse
Camarillo, M.K., W.T. Stringfellow, C.L. Spier, J.S. Hanlon, and J.K. Domen. Accepted. Impact of co-digestion on existing salt and nutrient mass balances for a full-scale dairy energy project. Journal of Environmental Management.
Camarillo, M.K., W.T. Stringfellow, J.S. Hanlon, and K. Watson. 2013. Investigation of selective catalytic reduction for control of nitrogen oxides in full-scale dairy energy production. Applied Energy. 106: 328-336.
Camarillo, M.K., W.T. Stringfellow, M.B. Jue, and J.S. Hanlon. 2012. Economic sustainability of a biomass energy project located at a dairy in California, USA. Energy Policy 48: 790-798.
Camarillo, M.K., F.J. Loge, J.L. Darby, T.R. Ginn, H. Basagaoglu, and L. Foglia. 2011. Modeling the inactivation of microorganisms occluded in effluent wastewater particle to enhance operation of filtration and disinfection systems. Water Environment Research, 83(4): 313-25.
Camarillo, M.K., F.J. Loge, and J.L. Darby. 2010. A model to quantify removal and inactivation of microorganisms occluded in effluent wastewater particles using filtration and disinfection systems. Journal of Environmental Engineering - ASCE, 136(10): 1153-1160.