Also known as speed, meth and ice, Meth labs are commonly found in rental properties. They are also found in regional areas, vacant land and sheds. While the police would generally remove all of the chemicals and equipment, meth residue on surfaces still remain. This can cause adverse negative health effects on the unsuspecting victims who may occupy the property long after the meth lab has been removed.
Under Australian law, It is the responsibility of the owner of the property to ensure it is safe to occupy after the meth lab has been discovered. Unfortunately, this can prevent the property from being rented out or sold, not to mention any penalties for not complying with laws. The owner of the property must undertake a site assessment, decontaminate and remove any hazardous chemical and have post-remediation samples taken to ensure all methamphetamine chemicals have been removed.
Your Confidentiality and discretion is assured. Our vans do not have any “Meth Cleaning” sign-writing on them.