Thursday, July 31, 2014 1:25 AM
It’s one of those good news, bad news tales.
The City of Greenwood
now has the ways and means of addressing some of the most hazardous
situations, meth lab cleanup. Equipped with a trained crew and a
$400,000 HAZMAT response truck, the city’s fire department is ready for a
variety of emergency situations, from chemical spills to train
derailments to gas leaks. Its response list includes meth lab duty, the
hazardous task of cleaning up those places where the drug is
manufactured once law enforcement has done its duty and broken up the
meth manufacturing operation. And sadly, it seems, the meth cleanup
muscle will get the most flexing.