Japanese knotweed growth through a weakness in the concrete

Japanese knotweed removal in 2015

Looking ahead – Japanese knotweed solutions: January has just flown by, our busiest ever. Usually at this time of year we use our time to develop new equipment for Japanese knotweed eradication and work on ways to improve our service and train and recruit new staff.

Personally, I've been busy talking to our new recruits on how to kill Japanese knotweed who would like to join the top team in the land. Environet is boldly leading the fight against Japanese knotweed; the UK's most invasive, aggressive plant. We are expanding the team to cover the parts of the UK most Japanese knotweed companies fail to reach.

We have recently employed two new full-time Regional Managers. Emily Grant has joined us to help advise our clients in the South-West, and Luke Walton has come on board to help cover North London and East Anglia. They both have excellent qualifications and have survived our extensive training course here at Japanese Knotweed HQ and graduated with flying colours. 

Whether the knotweed is found on commercial development land or in a small back garden, both Luke and Emily, along with the rest of our team can provide sound advice, and eradication at a fixed cost, all backed by our Lloyds of London guarantees. 

Today I'm at a prestigious hotel in Mayfair, London talking to hundreds of property professionals about our removal methods and how we excavate Japanese knotweed using our patented XtractTM method. 

To see some Japanese knotweed pictures and identify whether your suspicious plant is indeed Japanese knotweed, or investigate the various Japanese knotweed solutions.

Get in touch with Environet and we will be happy to help.

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