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Methamphetamine Toxic WasteState and Legislative Laws about Selling Houses and Homes used for Cooking Methamphetamine.

National Clandestine Laboratory Register
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has announced that, as a free public service, DEA’s webpage will post locations in each state where known methamphetamine clandestine labs or dumpsites were located so that individuals can be aware of possible meth contaminated sites within their communities.
This is the first such national listing of seized former meth sites available to the public.
http://www.dea.gov/seizures/index.html

Cleaning Up Former Methamphetamine Labs  
Guidelines for cleaning up houses, apartments and sheds.  How to find out if a building has been a meth lab; What is required in cleaning up a site? Is testing necessary?

Warning signs of living near a meth lab
Many people may be unaware that they're living near a meth lab. Here are some things to look for:..

Children: The Real Victims of Meth Exposure
Key Points to Diagnosing and Treating Drug Exposed Infants and Children

Medical Protocols for Children Found at Methamphetamine Lab Sites
This protocol is intended specifically as a guide for managing the health issues of children who are found at a methamphetamine lab site at the time of an investigation. Any child found in an environment where methamphetamine is made or used is at risk for toxicity.

Methamphetamine Awareness Project
A program of Community Partnership of the Ozarks, Inc. Funding for this project was provided in whole by the Missouri Foundation for Health.
http://www.nometh.org/

Children at Clandestine Methamphetamine Labs: Helping Meth’s Youngest Victims
Children living at clandestine meth labs are exposed to chemical contamination; risks related to fires and explosions, abuse and neglect, and hazardous living conditions; and other dangers.
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/publications/bulletins/children/welcome.html


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