What is Idaho state-law on clandestine (meth) lab clean-up?
Senate Bill 1122 gave the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) the authority and responsibility to develop and maintain a program that lists properties that were used as clandestine drug labs. The rules (IDAPA16.02.24) were approved by the Legislature and became effective on April 11, 2006. Properties reported as clandestine drug labs are added to the Clandestine Drug Lab Property List.
IDHW developed a document to provide guidance to assist local agencies, property owners, contractors and the general public in addressing contamination at former meth labs (Guidelines for Cleaning up Former Methamphetamine Labs).
Fact Sheet on Idaho Clandestine Drug Laboratory Cleanup Act and Rules.
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