Is manufacturing meth dangerous?

Yes, the chemicals used to produce methamphetamine are toxic and extremely hazardous. Inhaling, ingesting, or contacting the chemicals used to manufacture meth can result in poisoning, illness or death. Also, some of the chemicals used to manufacture meth are highly volatile and may ignite or explode if mixed or stored improperly.  

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1. What is Methamphetamine?
2. Where does meth come from?
3. Is manufacturing meth dangerous?
4. When is a surface considered contaminated with meth?
5. If I suspect meth use in my building, am I required to test?
6. When am I required to test for meth?
7. Can I sample my building myself using an at-home purchased test kit?
8. The regulations require extensive testing. Does this apply to me?
9. If I receive positive test samples, what do I need to do?
10. Can I clean up meth contamination myself or require my employees to clean it?
11. What is secondary exposure to meth and is it dangerous?
12. Should I test my building for meth just out of curiosity?