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An article from the National Institute of Drug Abuse stated that “ More than 70 percent of local law enforcement agencies from the pacific and west central regions of the US report methamphetamine as the greatest drug threat in their area”. Here is an article right here in Utah about the meth problems in homes and rental units.
The Utah Department of Health says that “once a property has been contaminated by meth production or usage, it remains that way until properly decontaminated.”
This is especially concerning for families with young children who may be more likely to come in contact with residue left from either use of meth or production of it.
The Utah Department of Health has some great resources for the owner, seller, buyer, landlord, or renter. Take a look at their pages they have a great layout that is easy to read but also contains good information. Here is a link to the main page. On the left hand side you will see a place that says Methamphetamine and Your Property.
National Institute on Drug Abuse
KSL news report of man high on meth: