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READ: EPA - Voluntary Guidelines for Methamphetamine Laboratory Cleanup.

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This guideline begins with an overview of the background information on quantitative meth remediation standards from across the United States. Next, it presents users with a possible sequence of remediation activities from securing a site to delivering a final report. The document then offers techniques for the cleaning of specific items and materials found within a former meth lab (e.g., walls, fl oors, appliances, electronics, fabrics, toys). Finally, this document provides detailed information on sampling techniques and methods. Additional information and resources are included in the appendices.

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READ: NADCA - Position Paper on Chemical Product Applications in HVAC Systems.

READ: CDC - Mycobacterium bovis (Bovine Tuberculosis) in Humans.