Nic Seal, Environet Managing Director, interviewed on BBC Sussex Breakfast Radio Show.

A great end to a week of coverage across the national and regional BBC!

Nic Seal was interviewed, live, on the BBC Sussex Breakfast Radio Show on Friday 28 July 2017. Presenter Neil Pringle conducted the interview. Neil hosts the daily show and takes an active interest in covering the local and national news.

The interview started with a review by BBC Environment Correspondent Yvette Austin of the Environet led news story featured extensively across the BBC media outlets this week.

Environet feature on BBC Breakfast 27 July 2017.

July is a great month for Environet on the BBC!

Nic Seal, Managing Director of Environet, was featured on the network's flagship show BBC Breakfast which has a daily audience of 6.5 million.

During the bulletin Environet were taking part exclusively in a Japanese knotweed feature.

Environet feature on BBC South East Today lunchtime and evening news.

July continues to be a great month for media exposure!

Nic Seal, Managing Director of Environet, was featured on the BBC South East Today lunchtime and evening News on 26 July 2017.

During the main bulletins Environet were featured exclusively in a piece entitled "Knotweed Trials".

A brief history of Japanese knotweed

Japanese Knotweed – A brief history in time.

So you may have, or may have just discovered, Japanese knotweed on your property.

Whilst Japanese knotweed continues to grab headlines in the media, in this month’s 2nd blog we thought we would take a look at the history of Japanese knotweed to look at how we got to where we are today.

40 things you need to know about Japanese knotweed - Part one.

So you’ve discovered Japanese knotweed on your property and want to know what to do next - So you probably went to Google..

Firstly, don't panic. The internet can be a great source of information. However within the world of Japanese knotweed the online (and offline) information available seems to be particularly aimed at scaremongering.

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 with white flowers

Eagle Radio ‘Japanese knotweed could cost you thousands’ features Environet

Featured on 2nd October 2016 on Eagle Radio. 

Nic Seal, Managing Director of Environet, was interviewed for Eagle Radio, which aired on Sunday.

Japanese knotweed was of course the topic of discussion. Costing the UK economy £166 million a year to deal with, this invasive plant grows extremely quickly, and if left untreated, can cause property damage. 

Environet invitation to the Build Show

Japanese knotweed specialists Environet will be exhibiting at the Build Show, part of UK Construction Week, this October

We will be exhibiting at the Build Show, part of UK Construction Week, at the NEC Birmingham from 18th-20th October.

And you’re invited!

Environet specialise in fast track Japanese knotweed removal, allowing sites to be developed without delay and at costs well below traditional “Dig & Dump” methods – with 10 year insurance backed guarantees underwritten at Lloyd’s.

This year you can find us on stand B3/336.

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