For some time, our R&D team have been working hard to develop an environmentally friendly way of dealing with Japanese knotweed waste, and now we’re excited to announce that our method of converting excavated knotweed into biochar has been patented.
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We’re thrilled to announce that we are sponsoring the University of Nottingham Rugby Club (UNRUC) Men’s 1XV for the 2021/22 season.
One of the largest student-led rugby clubs in the UK, UNRUC enjoys a national reputation for rugby, attracting performance players who want to balance their rugby development with studying at one of the country’s top universities. The 1st team competes in the BUCS Premiership A (North) league and are looking for promotion this season into BUCS super rugby.
In the early part of 2020, labrador brothers Mick and Mack joined the Environet fold and subsequently revolutionised the Japanese knotweed identification industry. From BBC South to The Times, K9 Magazine to Your Dog, the dynamic detection dog duo have firmly marked their territory in the media as key players in an unrivalled knotweed identification service.