Information for Idaho
Senate Bill 1122 gave Idaho Department of Health and Welfare the authority and responsibility to develop and maintain a program that lists properties and put together guidance to assist local agencies. Guidelines are specific to meth labs and do not address user sites. The property owner may choose to hire a cleanup contractor (contractors are not licensed by the state) or clean it up himself. Porous materials must be removed and disposed of properly. Otherwise check with local health departments for any additional requirements. Clearance sampling must be conducted by a qualified independent Industrial Hygienist and meet the state standard of 0.1 ug/100cm².
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
The DEA has kept a catalog of properties since 2004 across the nation of locations of clandestine meth lab busts completed by their department, check to see if your property is on their list:
EPA Voluntary Guidelines for Methamphetamine Laboratory Cleanup