Recent research we commissioned by YouGov revealed that property damage is a significant concern for most people. The survey of over 2,000 adults in the UK asked what their main worry would be if Japanese knotweed was discovered on the property, with damage to property being the joint top answer at 28% along with the cost of eradication or treatment.
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This month we’re celebrating one full year of being 100% owned by our employees, following Environet’s conversion to an Employee Ownership Trust in July 2020. And what a year it’s been.
Research by the Employee Ownership Association (EOA) indicates that companies owned by their staff tend to perform around 12% better than their competitors, but Environet’s first year with our team at the helm has delivered an incredible 55% increase in turnover - and that’s in the midst of a global pandemic.
Barely a week goes by at this time of year without a news article featuring a person, often a child, who has unfortunately been injured by the invasive non-native plant Giant Hogweed. Awareness of the risks posed by the plant among the general public tends to be low, so here are the facts you need to know.
What does Giant Hogweed look like?