We are delighted to launch the new Environet 'Eco-Innovation Awards' Scheme.
Environet will be exhibiting on Stand B3/336 at UK Construction Week, NEC Birmingham from 6-8 October.
Environet will be speaking in conjunction with Acuity Real Estate and Waite & Co.
Environet launches third enhanced version of its Xtract™ machine for rapid removal of Japanese knotweed
Environet has enhanced their patented Xtract™ machine.
One hears lots of horror stories about Japanese knotweed damaging property.
It's taken many years for the insurance market to wake up to the problem of Japanese knotweed.
Costs may be able to be reclaimed on remediated land.
Environet will be speaking at Grand Designs Live.
We recently attended a conference regarding new EU Legislation.
The Infrastructure Act 2015 was received Royal Assent on 12 February 2015.
You might think the bigger the Japanese knotweed infestation the bigger the problem.
Looking ahead – Japanese knotweed solutions: January has just flown by, our busiest ever.
So what did we achieve in the battle against Japanese knotweed in 2014?
The Jeremy Vine Show (Radio 2) ran a feature on Japanese knotweed on Thursday 20th November 2014.
The Home Office has issued guidance in relation to Japanese knotweed.
A recent story in the media talked about a property in South Wales being halved in value due to the presence of Japanese knotweed.
The BBC consumer programme 'Rip Off Britain' earlier this week broadcast a story on Japanese knotweed.
The other day I was asked whether Japanese knotweed causes global warming. I had to think this one through.
We are constantly being called out to eradicate Japanese knotweed because a DIY attempt has failed.
Contrary to popular belief Japanese knotweed is not a notifiable weed.
An excellent 6 page article by journalist Matt Rudd on Japanese knotweed entitled “The Plant that Ate Britain”.
Japanese knotweed can create problems with those perfectly nice people next door.
“Does Japanese knotweed really cause damage to property, after all it’s only a weed.”
On 29th May 2014 we’ve finally moved to our new 6,500 sq ft premises, located between Guildford and Woking.
Environet was incorporated on 28th May 1996. That makes it our 18th birthday. Is that something to celebrate?
The awareness of Japanese knotweed seems to be growing as fast as the dreaded plant seems to spread.
Environet Uk Ltd, who lead the fight against knotweed removal, have just released the latest of their videos.
WANTED – Across most counties and several newspapers –“Japanese knotweed”
Knotweed insurance backed guarantees (IBG) are required by most lenders in order to lend on property affected by Japanese knotweed.
Japanese Knotweed for much of the time attracts bad media and scare tactics. But is the plant that bad?
After years of research, the tiny sap sucking insect Aphalara itadori is about to be released into the environment.