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Japanese knotweed news:

Japanese knotweed growing in a garden

Environet UK featured in the Media

Take a look at some of our recent press mentions.

Building and Engineer: It’s Knot a problem

Environet are featured in the latest issue of Builder and Engineer, published in April 2017.

Nic Seal, Managing Director of Environet UK, the leading Japanese knotweed removal specialist comments on how to handle knotweed on brownfield sites.

To read the full Building and Engineer article, please click here

Japanese knotweed on a construction site

Building Engineer: Beware of Japanese knotweed on Construction sites

Environet are featured in the latest issue of Building Engineer, published in April 2017.

Environmental scientist and Managing Director Nic Seal speaks to Building Engineer and explains how best to tackle Japanese knotweed on construction sites, highlighting the importance to checking out all knotweed liabilities before purchase.

Japanese knotweed growing by the front door

Japanese knotweed and mortgages - what you need to know about buying a property with knotweed

Japanese knotweed, the UK’s the most destructive and invasive weed is spreading throughout the UK at an alarming rate. 

The implications for those that own land affected by Japanese knotweed are far reaching. When trying to buy or sell a property with knotweed, finance will be refused unless the knotweed has been dealt with by a specialist, able to provide insurance backed guarantees.

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