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Meth Lab Cleanups
Methamphetamine, also known as meth, speed, crank, crystal, and ice, is an illegal drug that stimulates the central nervous system. It is often manufactured as a white, bitter-tasting powder or pill, or fragments that look like glass or bluish-white rocks. It can be injected, smoked, snorted, or taken orally.
Meth may cause periods of high energy and rapid speech. Many users of methamphetamine also experience severe depression, delusions, hallucinations, paranoia, and violent behavior. Long-term use leads to physical dependence with withdrawal symptoms.
Many of the chemicals used in the meth “cooking” process can be harmful.
Short-term exposures to high concentrations of chemical vapors that may exist in a functioning meth lab can cause severe health problems or even death. For this reason, meth “cooks,” their families, and first responders are at highest risk of health effects from chemical exposure, including lung damage and chemical burns to different parts of the body. Heating solvents inside a building can create a highly flammable situation. Meth labs are often discovered when firefighters respond to a fire or explosion.
When a meth lab is discovered in a multiple-unit dwelling, neighbors may be concerned about their exposure to hazardous chemicals while the lab was still active. Neighbors’ risk for exposure is usually very low, but it is important to address any concerns of nearby residents.
Young children should not, generally, go through the decontamination process.
When a meth lab is seized and arrests are made, children residing at the property are taken into protective custody by child protective services. Chemical exposures of these children are a concern, and there are conflicting opinions over the need to formally decontaminate children when they are taken into custody.
The Department of Health Services agrees with recommendations of the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children (NADEC) that young children should not undergo the trauma of rigorous field decontamination unless medically indicated. source: dhs.wisconsin.gov
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