Arkansas, Florida, Alabama & Georgia clandestine drug lab guidelines and drug lab hazards. Meth test
The DEA offers a Clandestine Drug Lab Registry that contains addresses of some locations where law enforcement agencies found chemicals or other items associated with clandestine drug labs. NOTE: These lists are not all inclusive and have not been kept up to date.
There are no known clandestine drug lab decontamination or disclosure/non disclosure laws in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi or Florida (although several Florida counties are regulated). Arkansas' regulatory standard for meth residue is 0.05 ug/100cm2.
There are no states in the US that regulate fentanyl laboratories, specifically. Currently, testing and decontamination is completed in accordance with methamphetamine lab protocol with attention to additional hazards.
A list of Arkansas methamphetamine contaminated properties can be viewed on the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) website. If an Arkansas listed property has been properly remediated per the ADEQ, there is no requirement to disclose. Louisiana property owners must disclose any knowledge of illegal drug manufacturing. Florida's property disclosure law is here.
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Visit Wikipedia's state and local law enforcement listing for police and sheriff's office (Drug Task Force) contact information for the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has three divisions in the Southeast Meth Lab Cleanup area: New Orleans Division, Atlanta Division and Miami Division.
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With the AccuMeth® brand kits you can test for meth at levels as low as 0.1 ug/100cm2; the most recognized legal standard. AccuMeth® brand kits have been validated by both field and laboratory testing. The buffer is one-of-a-kind; a protected trade secret. The Black Box Reader® works with the AccuMeth® kits to provide a digital reading of the amount of meth detected in a sample. Results can then be downloaded to a computer.
MethAssure® kit samples are sent to an independent, accredited laboratory to be analyzed for meth at levels >0.02 ug/100cm2. Sample results are available by email within 2 -3 business days of the sample arriving at the laboratory.
An easy-to-navigate map of local health departments is provided online by NACCHO. Find the Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi contact information you need for further information on clandestine drug lab programs and requirements, if available. The oversight of contaminated property is usually the responsibility of the Environmental Health Department within the county or state Health Department. In some states, like Arkansas, the quarantine and release of contaminated property is handled by the Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ).