Meth Lab Clean Up & Remediation – Indianapolis, IN
Illegal drug lab services (i.e., methamphetamine or meth) provided by Aegis include inspections, consulting, and remediation services. The qualified inspectors at Aegis have environmental degrees, which helps them create a sensible scientific approach to addressing your environmental needs. After all, why do cleanup if none is needed? All inspections and remediation services are conducted in-house.
Our qualified inspectors will handle all of the communication, testing, and paperwork required by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) along with state and local health departments. We will also gladly assist your insurance company in addressing environmental issues. Our experience is beneficial when addressing this issue with multiple parties.
Aegis offers the following illegal drug lab-related services:
- Initial Inspection
- Clearance Sampling/Testing
- Remediation Services
- Certificate of Decontamination
- Regulatory Compliance and Reporting
- Insurance Claims
If you have any questions or need help, please contact Aegis and speak with a qualified inspector.
FAQs About Meth Lab Testing & Remediation
How do I know if my house has meth contamination?
The Indiana State Police hosts a database and a live map showing the addresses of drug laboratories discovered by law enforcement agencies. The smell in your home can also be a giveaway. The scent of meth may be a musty smell, like the smell of vinegar, ammonia, window cleaner, or even burnt plastic. For the most accurate answer, you need a qualified inspector to perform a wipe test of the suspected contamination area.
How do I deal with the contamination?
Hire an Indiana Qualified Inspector. Indiana state law prohibits decontamination (clean-up) by a person not listed on the qualified inspector list.
What does it cost to clean up the contamination?
The clean-up cost varies greatly depending on the contamination area’s size and the extent of the contamination. If meth contamination is a concern, we recommend that you have your home tested.