The use of Methamphetamine in North Carolina has created a public health issue and environmental hazards.
Methamphetamine (meth) is an illegal drug that can be effectively made from products obtained in neighborhood stores. Medication containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine and other materials are utilized to make methamphetamine. Making meth is alluded to as cooking and locations where meth is produced are called meth labs.
North Carolina law (G.S. §130A-284) states properties must be cleaned before re-occupied. To guarantee the safety of re-occupancies, decontamination standards and guidelines have been established.