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Japanese knotweed excavation in Walsall

Knotweed Excavation Walsall, West Midlands

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

At the end of October 2013 Japanese knotweed Ltd provided site supervision to ensure successful excavation and on-site relocation of 3,500 tonnes of Japanese knotweed contaminated material.

Knotweed Surveying with a Drone

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV or Drone) are now often used for filming sports events (such as the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games), and have recently made the news for injuring an athlete in Western Australia, when one crashed into her during a triathlon event. However the most common use of UAVs is surveying for commercial practices (i.e. industrial inspection and land surveys) and education research surveys.

December Japanese knotweed news

Japanese Knotweed News – December

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

We give a roundup of knotweed in the news for December 2015. News includes a new guide from the Property Care Association; is biological control our best defence against pests such as knotweed?; courses in control of Japanese knotweed aim to "normalise" public conception of the invasive weed; a four-year project has cleared 30,000m2 of knotweed.

Japanese knotweed Rotherham

Knotweed Removal in Rotherham

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

When knotweed was identified on a site proposed for a new medical centre (providing local residents in Rotherham with updated facilities) Japanese knotweed Ltd were called in to remove the problem. Having surveyed the site we recorded multiple mature stands of Japanese knotweed both on site and off-site.

Britain's Horror Homes, Channel 5

Britain’s Horror Homes, Channel 5

Posted by Admin - Jul 2016

On TV Channel 5 starting at 8pm on the 22nd March 2016 a programme called Britain’s Horror Homes will be aired where the damaging affects of Japanese knotweed will be revealed.