When we first hear about a methamphetamine contamination at a property
Properties contaminated with methamphetamine above acceptable levels pose a health risk to occupants.
When we find out that a property may be contaminated by the previous presence of a methamphetamine lab, we contact the owner of that property.
The owner then has to have the property tested to determine:
- if the property is contaminated
- the level of contamination.
Properties with contamination level more than 15ug/100cm2
If the level of methamphetamine contamination is 15ug/100cm2 or more, it will need to be vacated and decontaminated. The property's LIM report will show it as being contaminated until this is completed.