P. O. Box 1483
Shelbyville, KY 40066
Office: (502) 647-3223
Fax: (502) 647-7113
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
24 Hour Emergency Response
Methamphetamine Property Decontamination
Early Environmental Contracting, LLC (EEC) provides a service that is unique to the Midwestern region of the United States. We employ a trained, certified crew of personnel who recognize the hazards and materials associated with Methamphetamine laboratories, who are able to assist in the identification of the hazards, the assessment of the hazards, are able to develop a plan of action (with associated costs) and then perform and exceed all current rules and regulations concerning the removal, decontamination and restoring of properties affected by illegal drug manufacturing.
Our personnel are trained and experienced in evaluating incidents and determining the most environmentally safe and cost-effective manner to contain and abate the problem. In any emergency type of incident, a potentially dangerous situation exists. Hazardous and toxic materials, chemicals that are combustible, explosive, reactive, corrosive, toxic, or biologic in nature can affect not only the general public, but also those who inhabit the property and the response personnel. For these, and many other reasons, it is necessary to have experienced, trained, and certified personnel such as those employed by EEC.
As a part of EEC's comprehensive methamphetamine restoration process, standard operating procedures are followed to provide safe and efficient instructions and guidelines to accomplish specific tasks in a safe manner. Standard operating procedures are independent of any particular type of incident. At each unique situation, procedures are modified and adapted to correspond to that site's specific safety requirement needs.
EEC personnel incorporate the following systems during an assessment:
- Site assessment
- Site Sampling Plan and review
- Identification of Methamphetamine production materials and actions to be taken to handle safety
- Assess and determine need for personal protective equipment
- Plan entry, and decontamination areas
- Sample and Analysis
- Ventilation Plan
- Review of Analytical
- Determination of Remedial Steps and Restoration
- Communication of information to proper agencies
- Record keeping/recording
- Finish Restoration/Analyze Actions
- Final Sampling and Reporting