• Trauma Cleaning

    Chemical residues & lab wastes that are left behind at a former meth lab, can result in health problems, volatile air emissions, fires & explosions.

  • Cleaning Up Former Drug Labs

    If your property has been used by drug producers - we are the team to clean the premises. We KNOW the hidden hazards left in your home - & we are the experts to make it safe again!

  • Forensic Cleaning

    Health effects from exposure to meth, include: respiratory distress, skin & eye irritation, rash, nausea, dizziness, loss of coordination, damage to liver, kidney & central nervous system.

  • Trauma Scene Cleaner

    Crime and Trauma Cleaning are a team of experts, who are available 7 days a week for your peace of mind! Call:
    07 3806 4666

An Important Message from Crime & Trauma Cleaning

Short-term exposure to high concentrations of chemical vapors that may exist in methamphetamine laboratories can cause severe health problems or even result in death. Exposure to these substances can occur from volatile air emissions, spills, fires, and explosions. Meth labs are often discovered when fire fighters respond to a blaze. Meth cooks, their families, and first responders are at highest risk of acute health effects from chemical exposure, including lung damage and chemical burns to the body. Following a seizure of a meth lab, this contamination must be sanitized.

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How To Tell if Your property May House a Drug Lab….

There are a number of indicators that might suggest the presence of a clandestine laboratory, these indicators include:

  • Strong smell that might resemble urine or unusual chemical smell like ether, ammonia or acetone.
  • Little or no traffic during the day, but lots of traffic at extremely late hours.
  • Windows blacked-out or extra efforts made to cover windows or reinforce doors.
  • Evidence of unusual electrical work surrounding the premises.
  • Fan or pump type noises.
  • Noticeable hoses and pipes near windows or doors for ventilation or water supply.
  • Installation of extractor fans (especially in garages/sheds).
  • Residents never putting their rubbish bins out or burning all rubbish.
  • Installation of extractor fans (especially in garages/sheds).
  • Laboratory material surrounding property (butane fuel cans, stained coffee filters, clear glass jugs)
  • Laboratory glassware being carried into a residence.
  • Inhabitants smoking outside – due to fumes.
  • Dying grass or plants in a particular area.
  • Recently rented premises where occupants are rarely there.
  • Large plastic containers with or without chemical labels.
  • A new tenant that is willing to pay rent months in advance with only cash.
  • New applicants who try to avoid having background checks done.
  • The police advise you in writing that it has been used for drug production!!!