I can see that happening a lot. I can also see doing a lot of work that won't get paid for.In my area you need to be Certified by the state in bio hazard clean up and also have a special hazmat classification removal permit.
You also have to guarantee the process and removal of all contaminated materials.
Have heard that in the majority of cases the sheet rock has to be removed being that it's porous.
Sounds like it's a lot more of a headache than asbestos removal and clean up.
Not long ago there was a house on the news that was a meth lab and the State condemned it and torn it down.
Was it Bolivian or Peruvian coke?I tried coke once.
Waay too much leaf but its been 10 plus years
Im just not a good druggie.