• OSU researchers work to identify chemicals in former meth homes

    By: Ashli Lincoln

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    TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • OSU researchers work to identify chemicals used in meth homes
    • They hope to protect people who purchase the homes from harmful chemicals

    Researchers at Oklahoma State University say new findings could protect people from who end up purchasing former meth houses.

    They’ve been conducting research since August 2015 on the chemical residue left behind from meth labs. The project is expected to be complete this August.

    The objective is to identify the types of chemicals used in producing meth and when they are still present in homes.

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