Removing Japanese knotweed and other invasive species from soil using screening is still relatively new.
Get in touch with us to find out if residential Japanese knotweed screening treatment is the right method for you.
Residential soil screening removes the weed’s rhizome material from the contaminated soil allowing the clean soil to be used elsewhere on site.
Landfill costs are expensive, and adding more material to them isn’t good for our planet. This method of treatment is relatively quick, cost-effective and sustainable.
Screening can only be used in certain circumstances, but we can advise on whether it’s an option for you.
The first thing we’ll do is visit your property to conduct a free survey. This allows us to get a full understanding of the issue.
We’ll work with you to come up with a plan to tackle your Japanese knotweed effectively.
With over a decade of experience, we’re one of the very few contractors accredited with both INNSA and PCA.
We’re proud of our commitment to working to the highest standard, ensuring all up-to-date legislation is followed.
When you work with us, we’re with you right until the end. We’ll continue to monitor sites for at least two years following our treatments.
This is further backed by a 10-year insurance guarantee. When we’re on the job, the invasive weeds are gone and we’ll make sure they’re gone for good.
At Invasive Weed Management, we have a nationwide network of experts in domestic soil screening, ready to help with your invasive weed issue.
We’re always here to answer any questions and offer advice on the best way forward.
Making sure you use the right technique to get rid of your invasive weed issue is important. We’re on hand to advise you on which option is best for you.
You can learn more about our tried and tested methods below.