The health dangers and property damage associated with the manufacturing and use of methamphetamine along with increasing concerns about poor indoor air quality in general have created a high demand for trained decontamination experts who can help keep your home and family safe.
Methamphetamine goes by many names including: crystal, ice, crank, or meth. Meth production labs are located in big cities, small towns, and rural communities all over the U.S, and have become a huge problem during the last 20 years. Because meth cooking is a relatively simple process that utilizes common household products during manufacturing, a lab can be set up practically anywhere. Labs are most commonly found in apartments, rental properties, storage sheds, vacant buildings, campgrounds, motel rooms, and one was even discovered in a drug rehabilitation clinic!
Although meth labs are becoming less prevalent due to the restricted access of pseudo-ephedrine, a main ingredient of meth, the contamination created by the use and smoking of meth can cause just as much damage as the cooking of meth. If you are aware of or suspect that someone has smoked meth in your home or building, it is important to have your home tested for meth contamination immediately. The only way to prevent health problems due to meth contamination is to have your home or building thoroughly decontaminated.
The only way to prevent health problems due to meth contamination is to have your home or building thoroughly decontaminated.
For meth testing, cleanup and decontamination in Utah, call AEI Decon at (801) 888-6698