Information for New Hampshire
The meth lab and meth use epidemic has spread across the continent in recent years affecting urban and rural communities alike. New Hampshire enacted clean up guidelines of clandestine chemical laboratories in July 2007. In order to meet cleanup standards methamphetamine residue levels need to be at or below 0.1ug/100cm². Licensed contractors work in conjunction with a Certified Industrial Hygienist to meet these standards. However, these guidelines only pertain to confirmed methamphetamine labs and do not address user sites where residual contamination is common.
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In 2007 New Hampshire established the Guidance for the Cleanup of Clandestine Chemical Laboratories. The regulations appear to address only meth labs and make no mention of user sites. Target clean up levels are 0.1ug/100cm².It is recommended that sampling be completed by a certified industrial hygienist.
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
P.O. Box 95, 29 Hazen Dr., Concord NH 03302-0095
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