Drug Lab Cleanup Laws by State
It may not come as a surprise that each state has different laws and regulations regarding the disclosure of drug lab presence and of the standards for removing a drug or meth lab. It is important to be familiar with the laws in your state, especially if you are about to buy a new residential or commercial property – the previous owner may not have to disclose that kind of information outright to you, depending upon the state you live in.
The regulations differ in two ways: disclosure of the presence of a meth or drug lab, and the regulations surrounding what is deemed to be safe levels of residue remaining after a cleanup attempt is made. For example, Tennessee allows .1 micrograms per 100 square centimeters of residue to remain, while California allows 1.5 micrograms. That’s a big difference. You can contact our office anytime for a free consultation.
At Spaulding Decon, we feel it is important to know the regulations in your state and the rights you have as a property owner who wants to protect themselves from hazardous materials when purchasing a new property. Below is a map with links to the regulations of every state regarding meth and drug lab presence and cleanup.
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