On the 23rd November 2019 the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health released a peer reviewed report into contamination of properties by meth.
This report is titled: Household Contamination with Methamphetamine: Knowledge and Uncertainties. Please click the link to read the full 15 page report. This peer reviewed document holds unparalleled credibility internationally as the most recent assessment of available information into the contamination of homes from methamphetamine manufacture and meth use..
The report is critical and scathing towards the approach adopted by the New Zealand Government's use of the Gluckman report on Methamphetamine contamination (PMCSA Report).
The International Journals report raises some very valid concerns around the findings within the PMCSA report and the secrecy around the various information that they used in its development. The Journal suggests there is the potential for class action in the future. The PMCSA report was never peer reviewed and was published by the Government as a “report” only containing recommendations.