The damage caused by meth labs usually comes from environmental damage of the room they formerly occupied. They leave behind toxic residue even long after they’re cleared out.
Not just in the room they occupy, the toxic waste of meth labs often gets poured down storm drains or even directly onto the ground. This pollutes underground aquifers with the 5-6 pounds of toxic waste generated by each individual cooking. Meth labs are also prone to exploding, which could start fires and burn the area surrounding the lab.
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