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DEA… burning four tons of marijuana per day

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) recently reached out for help burning “at least” 1,000 pounds of marijuana per hour for eight hours straight. Every year, DEA seizes millions of marijuana plants and literal tons of raw cannabis, which eventually end up being destroyed.

To avoid potential contact highs, there must be ”proper ventilation” and “no smoke buildup” will be allowed. Other mandates include closed-circuit cameras that capture the entire process, which DEA reserves the right to access, as well as background checks and regular drug tests of all personnel. Armed DEA agents and contractors will be present during scheduled burns.

Original Article (Marijuana Moment):
DEA seeks contractor capable of burning four tons of marijuana per day
Artwork Fair Use: MarcusObal