It has been apparent for months that there is something very smelly around the paranoid reaction to "P" contamination.
Fair Go have revealed that currency notes with $20s in the frame, almost all carry a contamination level per square cm equal to walls of houses deemed as requiring decontamination.
There is clear and serious contamination risks from premises used for cooking meth but to evacuate tenants from rentals where the drug has been smoked has always had a degree of OTT about it.
Hell smoking tobacco has serious contamination outcomes but even though cigarettes have serious carcinogens present and it is one major benefit that the degradation of bars and public areas has been mitigated by forcing smokers outdoors, I am unaware of an eviction for decontamination of tobacco residues.
Perhaps there is a current need to establish what level of total contamination requires decontamination, as a standard.
Is it unreasonable for me to suggest that a very young child being nurtured (advisedly) by ferals who are heavy users might be at a higher risk than an adult renting a tenancy where smoking "P" has occurred whether regular or casual. The alternative is the Treasury might need to make Bank Note currency a one trip item?
Btw cannot someone, anybody, get Sam Got to linger to see there might be serious advantages in legalising "Vaping" without imposing draconian tax impediments as an unnecessary act of stupid.