Your safety is our business and Bio Scene Clean Up is state certified in the remediation of Meth Lab Clean Up. You should NEVER attempt to clean up a meth lab site yourself. Methamphetamine or “Meth” production is an extremely dangerous process. The ingredients used to create (cook) meth and other compounds can cause severe damage to your organs, respiratory system, can cause chemical type burns of your skin and lung tissues and may even cause death. The after affects of producing these substances can also cause contamination of any surface of structure associated and can potentially cause contamination of plumbing, HVAC systems and even exterior structures of the site.
You must employ a professional bio-hazard cleaning company to protect yourself against possible contamination. It takes certified trained professionals experienced in decontamination to restore a former meth lab to a safe environment. Depending on the severity of the scene and the amount or production from a meth lab, this process could range from 3 to 30 days. Bio Scene Clean Up will access the scene and develop a comprehensive work plan prior to beginning the tasks. This work plan may also include pertinent information from state or local authorities or DEA and a plan of action for the safe removal of any equipment used to manufacture meth that is found at the scene.
The list of materials and chemicals used to manufacturer methamphetamines are typically all poisonous chemicals that make this one of the most dangerous scenes to clean. These chemicals can literally invade every type of surface that could linger for as long as a decade if not properly re-mediated. These surfaces can also remain toxic indefinitely unless properly decontaminated so it’s crucial to employ experts for these dangerous tasks.
If you need assistance with clean up of a meth lab or other contaminated scene, please contact us immediately. For more information on what to do if you discover a meth lab or suspect that there are contaminated areas where you reside, you can contact your local authorities, or locate more resources by visiting the Drug Enforcement Administration website.