Decontamination and Cleanup of Illegal Clandestine Laboratory Methamphetamine Manufacturing Sites
In 2006, Act 170 was signed into law in response to concern over the potential health effects associated with residual methamphetamine left in the environment after the illegal activity. The Act relates to the decontamination of illegal drug manufacturing sites and requires the HDOH to establish administrative rules for the cleanup of these sites. These rules became effective in November 2007 and in July 2010 a technical guidance manual was completed.
Fact Sheet and Brochure
Policy and Technical Guidance
- Chapter 452 of Title 11 – Hawai‘i Administrative Rules, entitled "Requirements for Decontamination and Cleanup of Methamphetamine Manufacturing Sites," November 2007
- Technical Guidance Manual – For the implementation of Chapter 452 of Title 11, July 2010
- SLH 2006, Act 170 Relating to Decontamination of Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites
HDOH Point of Contact
Lynn Bailey, Remedial Project Manager, Site Discovery, Assessment and Remediation (SDAR) Section by email at email@example.com or by calling the HEER Office general number.
Office of Hazard Evaluation and Emergency Response
State of Hawai‘i Department of Health
919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 206
Honolulu, HI 96814
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