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Japanese knotweed news:

YouGov Japanese knotweed report.

Japanese knotweed Research Survey carried out by YouGov.

Summary and comment by Nicolas Seal – Environet UK Ltd

A survey on Japanese knotweed awareness amongst adults in Britain was carried out by YouGov plc on behalf of Environet UK Ltd in May 2017.

A research survey carried out by YouGov highlights a high awareness amongst adults in Britain of the problems associated with Japanese knotweed. In this summary we highlight and comment on some of the key findings. The data was collated on 5-8th May 2017.

75% of adults in Britain have heard of Japanese knotweed.

Xtract in action.

Nic Seal to speak at the Land Remediation Expo at ExCeL, London on 27 September.

Come and meet the team on Stand C2132.

Around 2,500 contamination professionals will attend London’s ExCeL for the Land Remediation Expo, part of Contamination Expo Series on 27 & 28 September.

Featuring six special zones dedicated to hazardous materials, flooding, land remediation, clean air technology, nuclear decommissioning and geotechnical engineering, the Contamination Expo Series is Europe’s leading event for contamination professionals.

Japanese knotweed growing through a garden fence.

Thank you for your generosity – Environet JustGiving target beaten!

And to carry on the good work we have increased the figure for this year!

Environet supply, free of charge, our Japanese knotweed identification service as the plant can be notoriously tricky to identify.

The process is simple – If you think you have Japanese knotweed simply take a picture and email it to us at expert@environetuk.com and once received one of our experts will examine the picture for you and let you know if it contains the dreaded knotweed!

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