Meth “screenings” are often performed to gain information regarding potential meth residue contamination at the property. These screenings are not governed by most state's clandestine drug lab testing and decontamination regulations. Screenings are helpful in properties with no known background of use as a methamphetamine production laboratory or to test for meth use. AccuMeth® is a critical tool for protecting home buyers, realtors, sellers and renters from liability.
It is the landlord’s responsibility to lease a property free of hazards, AccuMeth® brand kits can be used to test for meth prior to and between tenants. AccuMeth® brand kits are also useful to law enforcement and social service personnel to establish home health. Children are most susceptible to health risks associated with meth production because their metabolisms are higher, they tend play on the floor and they have hand-to-mouth behavior. Many states now have Drug Endangered Children Programs that offer assistance for high risk children in drug exposed environments. See Meth Lab Cleanup Company's corporate website for regulations specific to your state. Please note, although not all states are currently regulated, many cities and counties now have their own ordinances.
The focus of any testing event should be getting timely, reliable results in the most cost-effective manner. It is also important to recognize that a visual assessment of a suspect property will not suffice. There may not be a notable smell and you cannot see meth contamination. What you need is a field test kit that will tell you whether or not your property is contaminated: AccuMeth®. Test for meth with a kit that has been proven to give accurate results.
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