Environet in the news.

Environet featured in The Times and other media.

July has been a great month of coverage for Environet in the media.

Take a look below at some of our recent press mentions.

The Times, Bricks and Mortar section.

Here, Nic Seal, Managing Director of Environet, is a main contributor to the article “Coping with knotweed”. In the piece journalist David Byers looks at the introduction and history of Japanese knotweed. He then moves on to discuss the problems and issues associated with having knotweed present on your property, along with the treatment and removal options available.

Environet – 21 years old TODAY!

Today Environet reaches yet another milestone. Today we turn 21!

For the last 21 years Environet have been leading the way in Japanese knotweed treatment, removal and eradication.

There have been many many high points during this time, and as a business we have continued to grow, lead, innovate and strive to achieve our core vision:

What you need to know about civil law and Japanese knotweed

Japanese knotweed civil law suits are becoming ever more common. With that commonality there often arises truths, mistruths and half-truths.

Whether you are considering making a claim, or having to defend a claim, here is an overview of what you need to know – Whether you are a homeowner or neighbour to a Japanese knotwood problem.

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 growth across a lawn

Japanese knotweed on a development site

Japanese knotweed can make a site economically unviable to develop. 

Recently we were commissioned to assess a residential development site that had been undergoing a knotweed herbicide treatment programme by another Japanese knotweed specialist for 7 years, to check whether the knotweed was eradicated prior to site purchase. Our client was looking to build fourteen houses on the site.