Drug assessment, removal, and remediation.



Do you know what they did in your car?

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Don't put yourself at risk. Let the professionals handle it.

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How to know if your health is at risk of exposure

Exhaled Methamphetamine and Fentanyl is undetectable to the human eye.

If you suspect that drugs were used within the vehicle in question, the safest course of action is to get a residue test.

Fentanyl can come in many forms and can even be absorbed through touch. One of the more dangerous and potent forms is dust. Fentanyl is said to be 100x more
Potent than morphine. Just moving a piece of clothing can cause a fatal amount of Fentanyl to become airborne.

According to https://Nida.nih.gov/ there were at least 91,799 deaths associated with Fentanyl overdose in 2020 alone.

In recent years Fentanyl has been found to be combined with meth at an alarming rate.

American Bio Management has found that recovery vehicles assessed by our company have traces of Meth and Fentanyl in about 98% of cases.

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You have received a potentially contaminated recovery vehicle.

Keep your clients and technicians
out of harm's way


On this penny is a lethal dose of fentanyl for the average adult. It's only 2 mg.

Our Theft Recovery Services:

  • Meth and Fentanyl Pre-Assessment
  • We provide knowledge and advice for stolen recovery vehicles to keep your clients and staff safe
  • Our company provides assessment reports that dictate what levels of meth and/or Fentanyl are present within the vehicle in question and what options are available for remediation. Knowledge is paramount in the decision process as to what to do with the vehicle before returning it to clients or exposing staff to unnecessary hazards.
  • Meth and Fentanyl assessment reports will give us knowledge for a remediation proposal.
  • American Bio Management provides our customers with certified test results from an independent laboratory.


Why not handle it yourself?

Symptoms of Methamphetamine exposure:

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Respiratory difficulty
  • Eye Irritation

Symptoms of Fentanyl exposure:

  • Respiratory Difficulty
  • Dizziness
  • Coma and death
Call us to schedule a vehicle assessment today!