The residue deposited on the wall from tenants smoking on your property can be very harmful to your health. However, unlike cigarette smell, meth has no distinctive odour. There could be occupants living ins a meth contaminated property without them knowing about it. Australia also has the largest amount of meth users per capita.
By law, it is the responsibility of the property owner to provide a safe property for tenants to live in. Owners may risk legal action against them if the property which they provide to tenants is above the allowable limits of meth residue.
There is an Australian guidelines on the acceptable levels of meth in a property. PRoperties that have been contaminated with the smoking or manufacturing of meth should not exceed 0.5µg. We can help determine whether this level is exceeded through a meth testing inspection.