Environmental Cleanup for Drug-Lab Sites

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NPR's Michele Norris speaks with John Fox, vice president and head of the methamphetamine lab clean up program run by Landmark Environmental of Bloomington, Minn., about cleaning up the sites of methamphetamine labs after police raids. His team is hired by landlords to clean up and repair walls, rugs, clothes and toys, throwing out what is beyond help and saving what they can. Their caseload is about one former lab site per day.



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