Meth Lab Removal
Meth Labs can be hidden right in your own neighborhood– in unsuspecting homes, to Myrtle Beach hotel rooms and businesses. Meth Lab Removal requires careful assessment and protection, not only for our team of indoor air quality specialists, but for the public as well. Gasses and particles left behind from meth labs need to be carefully and professionally decontaminated. At this time, DHEC does not provide regulations, and there are no laws or specific guidelines on how to clean and remove meth labs in South Carolina, so you should only trust a licensed, bonded, and insured, professional hazardous waste contractor to do the job. Carolina Cool will ensure that meth lab contaminants and flammable chemicals are disposed of and the indoor environment is cleaned properly.