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Cleaning up a methamphetamine lab has become so expensive under Indiana law that in some cases it’s cheaper to tear down the house or tow the trailer home from where its located to a dump.
Apartment owners also are learning the hard way that cleanups can cost upward of $35,000.
The process is expensive because vapors are so pervasive, penetrating even toilets.
How do you feel about the law? Should property owners be responsible for cleaning up messes they don’t cause? If property owners don’t pay, who should