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The Methamphetamine Property Decontamination Process
Removal and disposal of any loose material including household items, furniture, personal belongings etc.
Removal and disposal of any biohazard material.
Decontaminate and treat all internal surfaces contaminated as indicated in the on-site survey and inspection and remediation action plan using specialised methamphetamine neutralizing chemicals.
Flush all drains, sinks, toilets and outside drains with specialised methamphetamine neutralising chemicals.
Air Conditioning / Ventilation
Clean any ventilation and air conditioning systems affected by chemicals or biohazard.
High pressure clean all paved surfaces and contaminated structural elements of the property.
Soil check of outside chemical disposal sites.
What is a Meth Lab?
A meth lab is a makeshift laboratory in a building or even in a vehicle. People use it to manufacture meth. There are even rolling meth labs inside RVs. People can easily move them to a hidden location to hide the strong byproducts and toxic fumes.
How to Recognise a Meth Lab?
It is easy to recognise a meth lab, especially if you know what to look for. Here are some things that can help you recognise a meth lab:
- Itching and burning sensation
- Peculiar smell
- Yellow, brown discolouration and staining within the property
- No smoke detectors
Meth labs do not have fire and smoke detectors because they want to avoid alarms and detection. The fumes and smoke cause discolorations and it can be hard to hide these.
Meth Health Risks
Internal and External Damage
People use highly toxic chemicals, such as pseudoephedrine, phosphine and acetone, to make meth. The highly toxic chemicals can cause health issues, including skin irritation, burns and migraines. They can even cause problems to the kidneys and liver.
Can Cause Cancer
It is true, meth can cause cancer. However, infants and children are the most susceptible demographic. It is much easier for adults to cope with meth exposure than infants and children as a child's body is still developing.
What Should I Do If I Suspect the Presence of Meth in My House?
If you suspect the presence of meth in your house, you need to call trained professionals to clean the toxic chemicals in your home. Trained professionals use special decontamination solutions to clean everything up. It is also safer to hire professionals.
Protect You and Your Family From Meth:
The presence of meth in your house can affect your health and the health of your loved ones. Therefore, if you are looking for a professional cleaner to decontaminate the meth in your house, give Kleen Slate Services a call at 08 9500 7999 today for Kleen Slate Services Perth methamphetamine clean up.