Celebrating 5 years of PCA membership

Environet is proud to be a fully-fledged member of the industry trade body, The Property Care Association (PCA), and this week we celebrate our 5-year membership anniversary.

picture showing Environet's updated website and rebrand

Our new website is live!

We hope you like our new and improved website, which reflects our growth over the last twenty-five years, in which time we’ve expanded our focus beyond Japanese knotweed alone, and as such have become a leading specialist in the treatment and removal of all kinds of invasive plants.

Japanese knotweed ready to cook

Is Japanese knotweed safe to eat?

Foraging, the gathering of wild food for free from its natural habitat, was once the domain of upmarket chefs, but since the pandemic it’s hit the mainstream

Environet Team posing together on a tree popping charity day at Surrey Hills

We went ‘tree popping’ in the name of biodiversity

At Environet, our goal is ‘to protect local environments from invasive plants using eco-friendly methods.’ As such, biodiversity is at the core of our work, and we are always keeping our eyes peeled for external voluntary opportunities to further our efforts. 

Nic Seal in the BBC Radio4 studio

Environet founder Nic Seal talks to BBC Radio 4’s Gap Finders!

If you’re a regular BBC Radio 4 You & Yours listener, you may have heard our founder and Managing Director Nic Seal being interviewed on 23rd March about how he grew Environet into the market-leading 100% employee-owned invasive plant specialist business it is today.

Start fixing your invasive plant problem today by requesting a survey

Rest assured, where invasive species are identified at an early stage and tackled correctly, problems can usually be avoided. Our trained specialists carry out site surveys to map specified terrestrial invasive plant species and provide management plans tailored to your requirements. ​


Our team of experts is available between 9am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday to answer your enquiries and advise you on the next steps

Want a survey?

Request a survey online in less than two minutes by simply uploading a photograph and providing a few brief details. A member of the team will swiftly come back to you with further information and our availability.

Need quick plant identification?

There’s no need to wait for a survey. Simply upload an image to our identification form and one of our invasive plant experts will take a look and let you know, free of charge.

Contact our team of experts today