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Japanese knotweed experts: Environet UK
Discover how Environet, the UK’s leading Japanese knotweed and invasive plant specialists, can help solve your Japanese knotweed problem.
Removing & treating Japanese knotweed on residential sites
Discover our various methods of removing and treating Japanese knotweed on residential sites.
Worst case of Bamboo encroachment we've ever seen
Bamboo has grown beneath the entire ground floor of a customer’s home in Hampshire, causing over £100,000 of repairs.
Becoming 100% employee owned
Founder, Nic Seal, discusses the benefits of Environet’s transition to the employee ownership scheme.
Damage caused by Japanese knotweed and Bamboo
Find out the truth about the damage Japanese knotweed and Bamboo can cause to buildings, patios, driveways, paths and drains.
Exposed™: The Japanese knotweed heatmap
Exposed™: The Japanese Knotweed Heatmap is an interactive online heatmap of Japanese knotweed sightings across the UK.
Xtract™ method to remove Japanese knotweed
Discover how our innovative Xtract™ method efficiently removes Japanese knotweed from affected sites
Japanese knotweed identification
Find out everything you need to know about Japanese knotweed thanks to our in-depth identification video.
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