Why our solution?
- Neutralizes Methamphetamine with just one application
- Reduction of Methamphetamine to nearly undetectable levels with only a 60-minute contact time proven
- Significantly reduces remediation costs
- Use reduces overall manpower, equipment, and supplies necessary for meeting state guidelines.
- EPA registered; inherently biodegradable
- Non-toxic: environmentally safe.
- No hazardous by-products
- Safe to use
- Easy to mix and apply
- Easy to clean up
How to Remediate a Meth-Lab
- First utilize and understand the laws in your state regarding licensing
- Safety first-Use all appropriate PPE-Full suits with hood-full face respirator with organic/chemical filter-nitrile gloves
- Remove all fabric and personal possessions from structure-this may include carpeting but under some circumstances it can be saved.
- All appliances can be saved with our methods and protocols
- Order enough product to do the job. (approximately 1-5 Gal pail kit/350 sq ft of floor space.)
- Utilizing the an appropriate foamer, attach the 3-12 CFM Compressor to it. (The higher the CFM, the faster you can foam.)
- Mix the product as per manufacturer’s instructions and fill the foamer.
- Begin by foaming all walls within a room. Now do the ceilings and finally the floor. Usually only about ¼ to ½ inch of foam is required.
- Foam inside and out of all cupboards, cabinets and appliances. Pay special attention to the underside of upper cabinets over kitchen countertops.
- Foam into duct openings (registers) heavily. These should have been cleaned by a professional duct cleaning company during this process.
- Fog into the ventilation system via the return air ducts now and after all foam clean-up is complete.
- Complete all foaming within the structure and let the foam dwell for a minimum of 1 hr.
- After the hour is up, remove all left-over foam with a wet/dry shop vacuum utilizing a squeegee head. (Do not attempt to remove foam from textured ceilings with the vacuum)
- Wipe down all wood-work, cabinets and appliances with clean absorbent towels. These may be damp with water and then dry.
- Concrete walls & floors require the use of product will react to the concrete and not produce the desired result.
- Some painted and dry-walled surfaces will bubble but most will not. Please inform client of this possibility.
- Finally, fog the entire structure including turning on the fan to the ventilation system.
- Negative air and other traditional boundaries and barriers are unnecessary and a waste of time.
- Do not call for testing until the second day after remediation. Any residual product will need to dry first or sampling will not work.
- You are finished. Collect your money and go home.