The U.S. Justice Department maintains a website of homes that are suspected to potentially be meth homes.
The Justice Department’s website contains a list of addresses – searchable by state – of some locations where law enforcement agencies reported they found chemicals or other items that indicated the presence of either clandestine drug laboratories or dumpsites.
The Arizona State Board of Technical Registration also maintains a list of meth lab homes.
The Arizona Attorney General’s office posts this information about meth labs and meth homes on their website.
As of July 1, 2003, those who sell property are required by Arizona law to inform prospective buyers if a property has been used to manufacture methamphetamine, ecstasy or LSD. They are also required to hire a drug laboratory site remediation firm that is registered with the State Board of Technical Registration, pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-122.03, to remediate the property of residual contamination. Until the site is properly cleaned, it is unlawful for any person other than the owner, landlord or manager to enter the property (see A.R.S. § 12-1000). Clean-up requirements and an approved list of drug remediation firms can be found at the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration. The owner is liable for the costs incurred to remediate the property of residual contamination, even if the owner had no knowledge of the criminal activity at the property.
CNN.com reports on a Pennsylvania couple who bought a meth home without knowing it.