Decontamination typically involves a thorough cleaning of all surfaces, including walls, floors, and ceilings, using specialised equipment and cleaning solutions. In some cases, it may be necessary to remove and dispose of contaminated materials, such as carpeting or insulation. The decontamination process should be carried out by experienced professionals who have been trained to handle hazardous materials safely.
In New Zealand, after decontamination, the property will be re-tested to ensure that all previous comtaminated areas are reduced to levels as per NZS8510 - 2017 which is the current standard that we follow during our operations. If methamphetamine contamination is not properly addressed, it can lead to serious health problems, including respiratory issues, headaches, and skin irritation. Therefore, it's important to choose a reliable and experienced team to handle methamphetamine decontamination to ensure the safety of your property and its occupants.