Japanese knotweed removal & treatment

It’s important to select the right method from a reliable specialist to have the best chance of success. Getting it right first time saves the consequential costs of abortive work and delays to construction programmes.

If you intend carrying out landscaping or construction work within a knotweed affected area, a physical removal method is best. Relying solely on herbicide treatment where ground will be disturbed is not recommended due to risk of re-growth and further spread.

Knotweed removal solutions for Commercial Developers

Herbicide Treatment

  • Not suited where the ground is to be disturbed
  • Three year treatment & monitoring programmes
  • 5 or 10 Year Guarantees
  • Least disruptive option
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Stockpile & Treat

  • Excavation, stockpiling and herbicide treatment
  • Stockpiling usually requires a large designated area
  • 5 or 10 Year Guarantees
  • A low cost option
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Dig & Dump

  • Bulk soil excavation and disposal to landfill
  • Considered the method of last resort by the Environment Agency
  • 5 or 10 Year Guarantees
  • Very expensive
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We also offer Site Supervision for clients who have access to plant and labour. Our experts will supervise the excavation works to ensure that if dormant knotweed is discovered, it is dealt with in the appropriate manner.

Why trust Environet?

We provide the best guarantee in the market. To give our clients complete peace of mind, we offer an Insurance Backed Guarantee (IBG) underwritten by an 'A' rated syndicate at Lloyd's for a period of up to ten years to provide cover should any regrowth occur, with a limit of liability up to £100,000. IBG’s underwritten by a rated insurer such as Lloyd’s are only available to a select few knotweed removal companies working to the highest industry standards.