Sanitation for RHDV2

The RHDV2 calicivirus is inactivated by:

 

Bleach: sodium hypochlorite(1:10 dilution 1 part household bleach to 10 parts water).
 NOTE: Do not use "splash resistant")
(not classified as carcinogen)

 

Lye / Caustic Soda: Sodium hydroxide NaOH(1%)
(not classified as carcinogen)

Chlorine dioxide at 10 ppm 
(not classified as carcinogen)

Formaldehyde (1.0–1.4%)
"probable human carcinogen"

Formalin (1-2% Formaldehyde & water solution)
"probable human carcinogen"

 

Beta-propiolactone
β-Propiolactone
         (0.2– 0.5% at 4C /39F)
"probable human carcinogen"
Short-term inhalation exposure causes severe irritation
of the eyes, nose, throat, and respiratory tract 

Substituted phenolics like:
 

One-stroke Environ® 2% by Vestal labs

o-phenylphenol 10.0%

o-benzyl-p-chlorophenol 8.5%

p-tertiary-amylphenol 2.0%

Virkon-S by DuPont

(potassium peroxymonosulfate: KHSO5  1%
 

NOT EFFECTIVE:

"Splash proof bleach"  LINK USA TODAY article

Chloroform

Trypsin
Quaternary ammonia compounds

(Calicivirus lacks the fatty envelope that most viruses have)