The Drugloo's “recovery unit” is a transparent tank at the base of the machine. A guard operates controls from behind nine millimetres of laminated glass, using heavy-duty rubber gloves embedded into the machinery.*
Sprayers uncover the evidence. Then, an “anti-microbial-concentrate dosing unit” cleans up the drug package, killing any lingering bacterial spores, hepatitis or HIV.
After that, the evidence comes down a chute and plops right into a sealed evidence bag to be presented at a future hearing. Plausible deniability is destroyed along with the germs, the machine maintaining “the chain of continuity of the evidence throughout.”