Tackling Japanese knotweed on your commercial premises

If you’re invested in a commercial project or development, you’ll know that it’s vital for your site to  meet the necessary regulations to ensure the safety of all those involved.

Using a variety of  methods, we safely and effectively deal with Japanese knotweed and other invasive weeds.

If you need our help and advice, our team will happily discuss the most appropriate method for your project with you.

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Cost effective and reliable, herbicide is one of our most popular treatments.


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Fast and efficient, ‘dig and dump’ offers a quick solution to your invasive weed problem.


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A long term method for dealing with non-native, invasive species.


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Tackle boundary issues and disputes with this preventative option.


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Treat an invasive species on site without sending materials to landfill. Cutting costs and helping the planet.


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An inventive, sustainable method that removes rhizome from the contaminated soil. This allows the soil to be used elsewhere on site.


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Minimising costs and waste, capping eliminates the risk of regrowth.

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Invasive Weeds

We’re not just here for Japanese knotweed issues. Our expert team can assist you in the treatment and removal of several other invasive weed species.

To get a quote for your project, you can send us photographs via our email address.


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If left unchecked can cause damage to property, driveways and underground services.

Giant Hogweed

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Seed based species known to cause severe burns when it comes into contact with skin.

Himalayan Balsam

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Rapid growing, the slightest contact with this plant can result in the dispersal of seeds.

Buddleia Davidii

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An eye-catching, attractive plant that’s fast becoming a major issue for the British rail network and property owners.

Himalayan Knotweed

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Lesser known knotweed, but can still cause damage when left unchecked.

Giant Knotweed

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Similar to Japanese knotweed but can grow up to four metres in height.

Alpine Knotweed

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A tall, semi-evergreen perennial growing up to 1.8m in height with large spiky shaped leaves.

Chinese Knotweed

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Used in Chinese medicine for its apparent health benefits, its roots can still cause damage to property and other vegetation.

Bohemian Knotweed

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A new hybrid of Japanese and giant knotweed. This crossbreed is likely to cause major disruption in the years to come.

Invasive Weeds Excavated From Site

“Japanese Knotweed was completely removed from my properties quickly and efficiently. A real weight off my mind.”

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