|International Bio Recovery Summit - Andrew Yurchuck|
Clandestine Drug Labs and their Environmental Impact
Andrew Yurchuck, CBRM. ACBTI, CEOP
Andrew P. Yurchuck graduated from Green Mountain College with a BS in Facility Management. Andrew received his master’s degree in corporate communications from Rowan University. He completed Weapons of Mass Destruction Training with Texas A&M. He holds an OSHA 30 supervisors card in construction safety and health, He is certified as an ABRA CBRM, ACBTI, ACAC CEOP and bloodborne pathogens instructor, In 2017 he achieved, Master Technician status form the American Bio-Recovery Association. He started his own company, Bio-Clean of New Jersey in 1994. He has personally logged thousands of bio-hazard decontamination jobs including the anthrax attack in Washington, DC, 9/11 plane crashes in New York at Ground Zero, Hurricane Irene, and Superstorm Sandy. Andrew has also authored numerous articles in industry publications, including the most recent on work place post-traumatic stress. He has been an active member of ABRA since 1997, Yurchuck has served on the executive board as President for two consecutive terms and Member at Large for two terms.
Presentation: Clandestine Drug Labs and their Environmental Impact
The number of clandestine labs and drug contaminated properties have reached crisis levels in the United States and around the world. Andrew Yurchuck, Bio-Recovery Instructor and business owner takes you on a dizzying tour of underground clandestine drugs from the lab to the end user. We will watch law enforcement officers create crystal methamphetamine with commonly available products from any home center and pharmacy. You will learn about the dangers of entering drug labs. We will discuss accidental exposures and dosage levels of heroin, Fentanyl, and Carfentanil. The lecture explores how raw materials flow into the United States. We will spend time discussing how to identify a drug property and how to assess the environmental damage. This is a fast-moving segment of the bio-recovery industry. This is one session you don’t want to miss.