Clandestine Drug Laboratories
The objective of the New Mexico Clandestine Drug Lab Cleanup Program is to provide for the notice of contamination to potential occupants of a residually contaminated property (or portion of a property) and to provide standards for the assessment and remediation of such properties.
The Rule – Clandestine Drug Laboratory Remediation Rule, 20.4.5 NMAC (The Cleanup Rule)
Cleanup Process Flow Chart – depicting the cleanup process and requirements.
State and Federal Lists of Contaminated Properties:
Cleanup Guidance – provides guidance documents written by other states for use in determining cleanup methodologies.
Public Outreach – frequently asked questions, list of remediation (cleanup) contractors in New Mexico, and a presentation on the affects of the rule.
Background Information – provides background research that was used to develop the Rule.
Articles and Fact Sheets – list of articles pertaining to clandestine drug labs, touching on subjects like chemical hazards and community risks.
Other Agency CDL Websites – list of links to other states’ CDL programs.
Safety Alert: Propane Cylinders
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