Most people instinctively know that contamination from meth is a serious problem. They know it will cost money to sort out. Importantly, they know it will cost them money, potentially tens of thousands, if they get stuck with the problem.
Who want to take that on the chin? When self interest takes over, what happens to the properties with the problems?
Our latest blog post provides an overview of why it is such a problem. It highlights some of the consequences of people not addressing the problem properly.
Mitigating exposure to the risk is the best way of avoiding the possibility of being caught in a moral dilemma where your financial future is weighed up against the financial and health related futures of others. How will you manage this situation?