Infestations of Syphaccia spp and their ova within animal facilities can cripple processing. Although treatment with Ivermectin and Fenbendazole can rid the animal itself of pinworm, the eggs can survive for weeks outside the host, penetrate into equipment and even HVAC systems, thorough deep cleaning methods are essential to mitigate contamination. Heat Sterilisation and Ethylene oxide gas are two of three validated methods for pinworm egg inactivation, however, neither can be applied to an open environment. The third method is dry gas chlorine dioxide which is proven to eliminate both pinworms and their eggs from all corners and equipment within an environment (Czarra et al., 2014)7. Combining engineering controls, treatment schedules and ClO2 decontamination, Serosep are able to structure pinworm eradication from the facility in question.