Apparently, "meth trash" doesn't refer to the slimeballs who make the stuff:
But this Spring Indiana State Police want you to keep an extra eye on that bag of trash. There may be hidden dangers inside.
Smith says "Some of this stuff, like anhydrous that is used [in making Methamphetamine], if there was any of that left in the bottle or container and someone inhaled that, it could almost kill you instantly."
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Indiana State Police say there are some ways to spot Meth trash. If you see large amounts of battery cases, bottles, foil, and coffee filters that have been dyed pink. Also look for bottles for household chemicals, like Windex or bleach.
And if you come across a pile of Meth trash, police say do NOT touch it. Do NOT try to get rid of it. Just call the police department.
Ah, the joys of urban living. Remember the good old days -- before the growth of movile labs allowing the stuff to be cooked anywhere -- when meth was a rural problem?