TWO men allegedly responsible for a commercial-sized drug lab found in Singleton in May faced Mandurah Magistrates Court on Friday.
Rory Thomas Bean, 25, and David Andrew Strothard, 24, faced court each charged with two counts of manufacturing a prohibited drug and one count of attempting to manufacture a prohibited drug.
Organised crime squad officers raided the rental home of Mr Bean on Penson Street in Singleton at 8.50am on Thursday, May 31 after receiving information.
Officers allegedly uncovered a commercial-sized drug lab and found drug paraphernalia consistent with the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
It is alleged liquid and crystallised waste was also present in the home.
Mr Bean appeared via video link from Hakea Prison with his lawyer and sought a remand until the end of the month.
Magistrate Terence McIntyre said the matter was starting to back up and needed to be resolved.
Mr Bean was remanded in custody to appear on July 17 when he will be required to enter a plea.
Mr Strothard, a Canadian national, was deemed a flight risk and ordered to have his passport destroyed and had a surety set at $50,000.
Counsel for Mr Strothard said her client could get a surety of $30,000 from his girlfriend.
Magistrate McIntyre said the surety would have to be assessed and Mr Strothard would have to hand in his passport before bail would be considered.
He was remanded in custody until July 10.