[Sqg-program] FW: Meth Lab Waste inquiry - post to listserves
Glen.Perrigan at dep.state.fl.us
Fri Mar 18 16:19:55 EDT 2011
Many of you already know about this recent issue but just wanted to poll the counties with a few questions (below) on management options. Please respond to Jim Reece at jreece at co.okaloosa.fl.us<mailto:jreece at co.okaloosa.fl.us>. Thanks. Glen Perrigan
From: Jim Reece [mailto:jreece at co.okaloosa.fl.us]
Sent: Wednesday, March 16, 2011 3:51 PM
To: Price, John L. "Jack"; Perrigan, Glen
Subject: Meth Lab Waste
Interested to know how other counties/cities are handling meth lab waste especially now since DEA funding for transportation and disposal has dried up?
Does the fact that it is from illegal activity affect how or if you handle it?
Are you handling it as CESQG waste?
Are you charging for the material?
What is your level of involvement, i.e., do you just except the material and process for disposal or are you more involved in the process?
Jim Reece, CHMM
Okaloosa County Recycling Office
jreece at co.okaloosa.fl.us<mailto:jreece at co.okaloosa.fl.us>
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