Meth consists of a powerful combination of hundreds of chemical substances such as; lithium, toluene, iodine, freone, sulphuric acid, muriatic acid, ether, anhydrous ammonia and pseudoephedrine among others. Poor handling of meth can have catastrophic repercussions. It can easily lead to contamination of property including wallboard, carpets, ceiling tiles, furniture, fabrics and floors among others. Wrong dumping of such chemicals … Read More
Meth lab decontamination is a process of bringing back a contaminated building into its normal stage and making it fit for human habitation. Therefore, the hazardous waste cleanup process should be immaculate and perfect; without a professional assistance, it will be a very dangerous task to handle by an inexperienced hand. Learn More.
In 2014, there were over 1,416 meth lab incidents in the state of Indiana. This means that at least 1,416 lives and properties have been torn upside down. This does not include the neighbors, friends, and families that may be living in the home or near the home of someone who created a meth lab. Once someone has created an area to cook meth or other drugs, health risks can remain present for years after. Many states now require legal testing for an area that has been previously known to have cooked meth. For safety and health reasons, if you are responsible for, living, or occupying a place that has been known to cook meth, it’s important that you… Read Full Post