When working on large sites and developments, the burial option is a sustainable and cost-effective way to treat Japanese knotweed and other invasive weeds.
Our expert operatives will carefully excavate the invasive species, taking care to avoid cross-contamination.
Helping you keep your project running, we can secure the invasive plants in a burial cell, without the need to take the material to a landfill.
Good news for the environment, and your pocket.
Our knowledge and years of experience allow us to provide you with advice and guidance on a wide range of issues involving invasive species.
We’ll help you find the right method to treat the problem, for good, keeping your developments safe and weed-free.
(You may even be able to access certain tax relief when you decide to use the burial method. You can speak to one of our team for more information).
Our operatives are trained to the highest level to ensure the safest and most successful treatment.
At Invasive Weed Management, we’re proud of the work we do to develop the skills of our team of experts.
Our passion for growth (of people, not weeds) is further backed with a 10-year insurance guarantee to give you complete peace of mind.
We also bring over a decade of experience which equips us to give you the best advice and guidance.
When we’ve completed the excavation and burial, we’ll continue to monitor the site for a minimum of two years to ensure there’s no regrowth.
We’re committed to quality and we’ll work with you until the invasive weeds are gone for good.
Our network of experts works nationally and is always on the other end of the phone, ready to advise you and your team.
We have offices right across the country, and we’re always on hand to answer your questions.
There’s more than one way to get rid of those pesky, invasive weeds. The right one for you depends on the specific situation and the site you’re working on. You can find out more about our other techniques below.