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The following guidelines are provided as background documents and for reference purposes and have been divided into three regional groups.

Australian Guidelines

Australian Guidelines for "Remediation of clandestine drug laboratory sites" (Australian Government, 2011) English.

Government of Western Australia, Department of Health Guidelines for the notification and risk management of clandestine drug laboratories (WA Government, 2012).

International Guidelines

The International guidelines, focus on the safe handling and disposal or destruction of drugs, chemicals and precursors associated with illicit drug manufacture in remote environments. Please note, as discussed in these documents these guidelines are intended for use only in remote global locations (non-Australian territories) and/or non-secure environments where no waste management infrastructure is available.

The Australian and New Zealand guidance includes Nationally and State (Jurisdictional - Australian based) guidelines formally adopted and recognised within those jurisdictions.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Guidelines for the safe handling and disposal of chemicals used in the illicit manufacture of drugs (UNODC, 2011) English, French, Spanish.

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Illustrated disposal guide for the disposal of chemicals used in the manufacture of drugs (UNODC, 2017) English, Dari, Pashtun.

New Zealand Guidelines

New Zealand Government, Ministry of Health Guidelines for remediation of clandestine methamphetamine contaminated properties (NZ Government, 2010).

New Zealand Standard 8510:2017 Testing and decontamination of methamphetamine contaminated properties Click Here.