Invasive plant solutions for commercial sites
Helping businesses like yours develop land affected by problem plants like Japanese knotweed. We’re an invasive plant removal company which provides eco-innovative commercial solutions at competitive prices to customers across the UK.
Invasive Plant Specialists
Japanese knotweed removal
We help businesses develop land affected by Japanese knotweed
Invasive plant management
At Environet, we provide treatment and removal packages for all terrestrial invasive plant species, including Bamboo, Horsetail, Giant hogweed and Cotoneaster
With over 25 years’ experience in Japanese knotweed removal in the industry, we offer a variety of consultancy services, including CPD training, Invasive Species Management Plans and tender specifications
Trust us, We Will get the Job Done
Why choose us?
Our friendly, dedicated and experienced team of specialists will act quickly to solve your invasive plant problem
We are committed to delivering consultancy and removal services that work for you, without delay. Over 90% of our customers rate us as ‘Excellent’
We guarantee all our work. For your ultimate peace of mind, our Japanese knotweed work is underwritten by an “AA- rated” insurer
The Property Care Association has approved our policies, procedures and staff. You can trust us to resolve your knotweed problem
We have developed zero waste-to-landfill solutions that offer eco-friendly ways to remove Japanese knotweed and other invasives like Bamboo
Our teams work hard to provide you with the most efficient and cost-effective solutions, tailored to your invasive plant problem
What our clients say
What our clients say
Technical Manager - Devine Homes PLC
Environet responded to our initial enquiry in an exemplary fashion, by attending site within the timescale provided along with providing us a clear and concise remediation strategy in line with our build programme, ensuring no delays on site which, as developers, is key.
All personnel we dealt with where professional and courteous, and fully liaised and conformed with the PC and the specific site requirements and provided all relevant information in a timely manner.
We will be using Environet as our first port of call for all future invasive species issues moving forward and would have no issues in recommending them in the future.
DandM Maintenance & Services Ltd - North Wales
Excellent technical advice and reliable service throughout the project. All calls were returned promptly to answer my queries and the process was fully explained to me .
Design Coordinator - Kier Living South West
Excellent service from Environet, they covered every aspect of the works with diligence and professionalism and went the extra mile when needed.
Field Sales Manager - Persimmon Homes PLC
We had a reservation on one of our developments where the customer was extremely nervous about historic Japanese knotweed. With help from Environet, including their treatment and a 5 year insurance backed guarantee, we were able to secure knotweed indemnity insurance from Countrywide Legal Indemnities. It was this policy, which covers the knotweed liabilities such as cost of any further treatment, repairs to damage caused by knotweed, and legal expenses cover, that finally satisfied the buyer, his solicitor and lender that they should proceed with the purchase. Thank you to Environet and CLI for making it happen.
Commercial Director - Berkeley Group PLC
Environet’s Japanese knotweed eradication has proved to be highly effective on our development sites. Thank you for your excellent service, fast response and professional consultancy support.
GET IN TOUCH
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.