Houses contaminated by methamphetamine smoke or manufacturing residue is a problem across the country, including in Sheridan. That’s according to Dan Casey of the 307 Environmental company.
He said he got started in the business through his work as a realtor, inspired during the process of selling a home.
At that point in time, he said, he couldn’t sell the house as is, nor did he want to. So he turned to a company in Montana to clean up the methamphetamine residue, because there wasn’t a company in Wyoming. That prompted him to start the business with his partner David Walker. The cost to test for meth, according to Walker, runs about $300-400.
By Leslie Stratmoen on Tue 03/08/2016 12:05pm SHERIDAN MEDIA
Original Source: http://www.sheridanmedia.com/news/number-meth-contaminated-homes-growing85017