When am I required to test for meth?

The regulation requires that you test for methamphetamine when any one or more of the following three situations exist:

  1. Results collected by a certified consultant are positive,
  2. A law enforcement bust involving meth occurs at the property, or
  3. Documented evidence is provided confirming meth has been used, stored, processed, or manufactured within the property

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1. What is Methamphetamine?
2. Where does meth come from?
3. Is manufacturing meth dangerous?
4. When is a surface considered contaminated with meth?
5. If I suspect meth use in my building, am I required to test?
6. When am I required to test for meth?
7. Can I sample my building myself using an at-home purchased test kit?
8. The regulations require extensive testing. Does this apply to me?
9. If I receive positive test samples, what do I need to do?
10. Can I clean up meth contamination myself or require my employees to clean it?
11. What is secondary exposure to meth and is it dangerous?
12. Should I test my building for meth just out of curiosity?