Meth Lab Cleanup
We offer meth lab cleanup and illegal drug lab decontamination, meth lab assessment, and meth lab testing in compliance with state regulations and clandestine drug lab cleanup guidelines. We use the most advanced technologies and maintain the highest level of certifications in meth lab remediation and biohazard cleanup. We have a proven track record in conducting meth lab cleaning and crime scene cleanup services in the most professional, highest quality, and discreet manner. We are industry leaders in Meth Lab Cleanup and in in getting the job done correctly the first time.
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Meth Lab Cleanup
Our meth lab cleanup crews are highly specialized, trained and certified professionals who must meet several criteria for the state in which the meth lab cleaning is being done. We are fully certified and insured. Please contact us today for your meth lab clean up, crime scene clean up, or biohazard waste removal needs.
Contamination from the operation of clandestine drug laboratories (CDLs) is a serious health and environmental threat. Remediation (or cleanup) of the residually contaminated portions of CDL properties is essential to assure the health, safety and welfare of the people of New Mexico and their environment. AAA Restoration and Construction Services offer comprehensive, professional clandestine drub lab remediation services including training, site assessment, consultation, decontamination and/or demolition and waste disposal.
Meth Lab Clean-up Precautions?
Furnishings, draperies, carpeting, paneling, wallpaper, etc., that evaluators believe cannot be cleaned using other methods must be disposed of according to the type and degree of contamination. Some materials may not be suitable for landfill disposal but must be disposed of by a licensed contractor.
When solvents and other chemicals that may have soaked into the walls are slowly vaporizing indoors, ventilation may reduce contamination and decrease odors.
Encapsulation or Sealing
Contamination may be covered with layers of oil-based paint, polyurethane, or other materials.
Some nonporous and semi-porous surfaces, such as floors, tiles, walls and ceilings, can be scrubbed with detergent and water solutions. Depending on the situation, some porous materials, such as carpeting and draperies, may also be decontaminated through washing. Steam cleaning or high-pressure washes may be helpful for large areas of contamination.
re acids or bases have been used, the potential for harmful effects may be reduced or removed through neutralization. Acids may be neutralized with solutions of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), and bases may be neutralized by using weakly acidic solutions of vinegar or acetic acid in water.