Ethylene oxide (EtO) is very effective for the sterilization of medical equipment and in the manufacture of plastics, glycols, detergents, solvents, adhesives, and pharmaceuticals. Unfortunately, recent studies indicate that EtO may be more harmful to humans than previously realized. Industry and regulatory initiatives are underway to better characterize the risks of exposure to workers and communities. The first step to properly characterizing the risks of exposure to EtO is getting accurate measurements of it. In this webinar Picarro and CleanAir Engineering experts reveal a new methodology for the measurement of EtO.