Meth Lab Testing
Methamphetamine Laboratory Testing
Clandestine laboratories have become a significant health issue in recent years. The labs are often portable and consist of apparatus and chemicals used manufacture the additive drug. Clandestine laboratories can be located anywhere, including inside private homes, motels, vehicles and commercial properties. Ensure your health and safety, as well as that of your family, tenants and employees by having experts at Healthy Environments conduct inspection and testing for methamphetamine contamination on your premises.
Methamphetamine contamination may be left on surfaces and in absorbent materials, including carpets, drapes and furniture. Meth Clan Lab contaminants pose health hazards to people and animals exposed to them. Research has shown that Meth addicts who smoke the drug inside dwellings can leave a house contaminated to levels of Methamphetamine just as high as a Clan Meth Lab.
Common symptoms of toxic exposure to the chemicals used in methamphetamine manufacture include headaches, nausea, fatigue, lethargy and dizziness. More acute exposures can result in similar symptoms, as well as difficulty breathing, chest pain and cough, loss of physical coordination, and irritation to the skin, eyes and upper respiratory tract.
If you suspect that you may be living near to in a former METH Lab, it is important that seek expert evaluation of the environment to confirm or dispel your suspicions. Healthy Environments consultants are dedicated to assuring that your property is free of toxic ‘Meth’ contamination and hazardous chemical residues. We offer pre purchase inspections and testing for METH contamination from use or former clandestine laboratory activity.
Testing for other drug residues may also be undertaken depending on likely or identified factors.