Meth Lab Clean-up and Information
Report suspected meth activity to 1-800-453-4756. You can remain anonymous.
According to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management's (IDEM) rule, IAC 318-1-1-1 (the complete 14-page rule can be seen here [PDF file]), dwellings that contained meth labs must be:
- Reported to the local health department,
- Inspected by a qualified inspector, including taking laboratory samples,
- Cleaned and decontaminated by a qualified inspector with the state,
- Pass clearance testing.
- All of this must be done before the home can be reoccupied or sold.
The home DOES NOT need to be demolished but considerably more must be done than to simply call a house cleaning service.
- FINANCING IS NOW AVAILABLE for meth lab cleanup through the Environmental Credit Assistance Program (ECAP)
- ECAP website
- More information on Cleanup of Illegal Drug Labs
- CLICK HERE for a page about cleaning former drug labs
Indiana State Police now have addresses of meth houses (dating back to June 2005) available in an online database. Visit the Meth Suppression Unit's website HERE!
Also: Report suspicious meth activity. Drug endangered children. Meth laws. Meth lab cleanup information. Statistics. And much more!
Map of Indiana meth sites HERE, then scroll down to the map.
The graphic below shows meth lab locations "busted" in Harrison County from August 2005 through mid-2017.
Red = meth lab reported by ISP. Blue = certified cleaned meth labs
If you are concerned that a symbol is near your home, call 812-738-3237 for more information.