The idea for a Meth Alarm was sparked when Jamie Hansen witnessed his neighbours house being demolished because of Meth manufacturing. These damages to the property meant the first 10 cm of soil also had to be removed. The property was stripped back, leaving the owner with nothing but the land the house stood on.
Jamie, an engineer by trade with a background in innovation decided to search for ways to help his neighbour and others like him. A few prototypes later the first market ready Meth Alarm was created in 2018.
Jamie knew he needed a team of highly motivated people to help him share his creation to the world.
He partnered with Allan Spice, a good friend and an extraordinary accountant and business advisor.
Together they worked to patent, certify, test, and comply the Meth Alarm.
The Meth Alarm was tested by ESR in 2018 with live tests that vaporised Methamphetamine Hydrochloride. This concluded that the Meth Alarm detects Methamphetamine Hydrochloride.
Both Allan and Jamie base themselves in the Waikato, New Zealand.
All focus has been on product development and business development. The business is modelled on a distributor license system. Where regions throughout New Zealand, Australia, Phillipines and the US are being sold to licensee distributors to sell and market the Meth Alarms.