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Western States Meth Lab Cleanup Company Services

Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming - Clandestine drug lab testing and decontamination

METH LAB CLEANUP COMPANY - SERVING THE WEST

Experienced Clandestine Drug Lab Service Professionals - In 2003, Meth Lab Cleanup Company began operations in the western United States. With over a combined 40 years of experience in the environmental and hazardous environment safety industry Meth Lab Cleanup Company is well suited to provide specialized clandestine drug lab testing and decontamination services to Montana, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Colorado and Wyoming.

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Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming & Nevada Meth Lab Cleanup Laws
Clandestine drug lab standards in the West:
  • Colorado's regulated standard is 0.5 ug/100cm2 per room, 4.0 ug/100cm2 for attics and crawl spaces and 1.5 ug/100cm2 for encapsulated (painted) surfaces. Disclosure/non disclosure laws remove any disclosure obligations for prior methamphetamine production as long as the property was remediated according to state standards and the state was provided with adequate evidence of remediation.
  • Idaho's legal standard for meth is 0.1 ug/100cm2. Idaho has no disclosure; contaminated property owners are provided immunity from liability if the owner voluntarily remediates the property to meet the state cleanup standards.
  • Montana's meth residue limit is 0.1 ug/100cm2. Montana requires disclosure if the property has not been remediated to state standards by a contractor certified by the state in methamphetamine decontamination. Utah's legal standard is 1.0 ug/100cm2 . In addition to state regulations, several counties also have laws.
  • Utah requires an owner to disclose methamphetamine contamination on the property that occurs by production, storage or use of the drug. Nevada has promulgated a clandestine drug decontamination / meth lab cleanup law. It is not being enforced. Nevada does not require notice as long as the contaminated property has been remediated to state standards (not yet established).
  • Wyoming's legal standard is 0.75 ug/100cm2.

There are no states in the US that regulate fentanyl laboratories, specifically. Currently, testing and decontamination is completed in accordance with methamphetamine lab protocol with attention to additional hazards. View regulations.

Law Enforcement Agencies of the West
Visit Wikipedia's state and local law enforcement listing for police and sheriff's office (Drug Task Force) contact information for the states of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho and Nevada. The High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) program, created by Congress with the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, provides assistance to Federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies operating in areas determined to be critical drug-trafficking regions of the United States.
Western State Local Health Departments
An easy-to-navigate map of local health departments is provided online by NACCHO. Find the Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming contact information you need for further information on clandestine drug lab programs and requirements, if available. The oversight of contaminated property is usually the responsibility of the Environmental Health Department within the county or state Health Department. In some states, like Wyoming, the quarantine and release of contaminated property is handled by the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.