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Alan Brown257 viewsAlan Brown President C-FAX Santas Anonymous Society
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1315 viewsMany dangerous chemical ingredients are used to make meth. Also, chemical by-products such as toxic phosphine gas may be formed during meth manufacture. This may occur through planned chemical interaction, or by processing errors, such as increasing cooking temperatures too rapidly.
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1388 viewsMeth labs have been discovered in hotel and motel rooms, restaurants, barns, private homes and apartments, storage facilities, fields, vacant buildings and (moving or stationary) vehicles.
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Austin O'Brien Meth Show for 700 students152 views700 students see 'Be Crystal Clear' Meth Show in Edmonton. May 28th 2009.
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1118 viewsMeth Lab ingredients can fit into portable containers and move from place to place.
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1453 viewsThe substitution of one chemical for another in meth recipes may cause the cooking process to be more hazardous (resulting in fire or explosion) or may result in a finished product with unwanted or dangerous effects.
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1331 viewsToxic chemicals are used to cook meth. More poisonous by-products are created during the dangerous and explosive cooking process.
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1379 viewsWhen these ingredients are mixed and "cooked" together they make a dangerous drug and potentially harmful chemical mixtures that can remain on household surfaces for months or years after "cooking" is over.
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Meth Labs1809 viewsA meth lab is a clandestine drug lab. It is a collection of materials and ingredients used o manufacture illegal drugs.
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Chek News123 viewsStudent interviews
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2594 viewsThere may be health effects in people exposed to lab chemicals before, during and after the drug-making process. Therefore, each meth lab is a potential hazardous waste site, requiring evaluation, and possibly cleanup, by hazardous waste professionals.
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