As of January 1, 2008 the New Mexico Environment Department enacted the New Mexico Methamphetamine Inspection and Remediation regulations. These regulations were adopted from the City of Albuquerque standard, which has been in affect since 2003. These regulations requires the proper inspection of a building identified as potentially contaminated by Methamphetamine. Specific requirements are set forth for the individuals conducting inspections and remediations. See the Albuquerque Nuisance Abatement web site for a list of companies approved to do this type of work. Rhoades Environmental is currently on this list.