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618-969-9444 Call today for fast service. Below is some of the Missouri state guidelines for meth lab clean up and restoration.

Meth labs, used to make the illegal drug
methamphetamine, are discovered in houses,

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Meth Lab Clean up Majestic Restoration

apartments, motel rooms, sheds
, and even motor vehicles.

 

In 1999, federal, state and
local authorities were involved in the seizure of more than 900 labs in Missouri alone,
and the number of meth labs seized by law
enforcement agencies increases each year.

As agencies seek to restrict the products needed to make methamphetamine, the
methods and the locations of its production are changing. This adds to the difficulty
health and environmental agencies face in
assessing meth related health risks.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ (DHSS)
Bureau of
Environmental
Epidemiology
has created these basic guidelines to assist property
owners and the general public
in cleaning up former
meth lab properties.

Why are we producing these guidelines?
Meth labs, used to make the illegal drug
methamphetamine, are discovered in houses,
apartments, motel rooms, sheds
, and even motor vehicles.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ (DHSS)
Bureau of
Environmental
Epidemiology
has created these basic guidelines to assist property
owners and the general public
in cleaning up former
meth lab properties.
How can you find out if a property has been used to make
meth?
Currently, there is no comprehensive method for
tracking or listing properties that were
used as meth labs. You should call your local law enforcement agency to
confirm that a seizure of chemicals took place on the property, and to
obtain the name of any hazardous materials contractor who may have
removed materials. The contractor
should have information on what
chemicals were present on the property. Additional
information may be
obtained from your county health department, fire department, or the owner
of the property.

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