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.
In the interview the BBC Environment Correspondent Yvette Austin explains the issue with knotweed and then covers why Environet acquired the land. Nic goes on to explain that the area is to be used for field trials after extensive research in the lab to develop and improve the methods currently used.
The piece also included an interview with a resident living close to the site.
Please note – The full clip will be available on our website once authorisation has been granted by the BBC.