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knotweed removal for the Construction Industry

Best knotweed removal solutions for construction and development sites. Safe, compliant and site specific.

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At Japanese Knotweed Ltd, we understand the complex challenges faced by construction professionals. Our services are designed to provide effective, environmentally friendly solutions for managing invasive species, including ground-based and aquatic weeds, as well as asbestos-contaminated ground removal.

In addition to the quality service that you would expect from the leading expert, we go further by bringing even more to the table.

  • Fully Compliant and Licensed: Our accreditations with the Property Care Association (PCA), Constructionline, BASIS, CHAS, RISQS, and more, ensure that our practices meet the highest standards in health, safety, and environmental management.
  • Multi-contaminants Removal Services: Our comprehensive service eliminates the need for multiple contractors by handling invasive weeds, aquatic species, and Asbestos contaminated ground removal all in one go.
  • Reducing Project On Hold Time: From the moment Japanese knotweed or Asbestos in soils is identified your project will need to be put on hold. We can get you back on track, reduce project down time and risk of financial impact.
  • Wide Range Of Excavation Options: No two sites are the same, but our excavation equipment is geared to manage the requirements of all types of land including Air-Spade and Vacuum extraction for sites with infrastructure or species that require protection.
  • Integrated Weed Management (IWM): Our approach minimises environmental impact while cutting costs, supporting sustainable construction practices.

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Addressing Construction Challenges

The presence of invasive species and ground contaminants can lead to project delays, increased costs, and potential legal complications. Our expert team uses state-of-the-art technology and bespoke equipment to quickly identify and eradicate invasive species, including those hard-to-reach areas thanks to our specialised equipment. How We Help:

  • Rapid Response: Our nationwide coverage ensures a fast and effective response to your needs, minimizing downtime and keeping your project on track.
  • Cost-Effective Solutions: By integrating different methods and technologies, we provide cost-effective solutions that can reduce the number of yearly treatments.
  • Peace of Mind: Our extensive accreditations and staff training guarantee that your project complies with all relevant regulations, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to focus on your construction goals.
  • Watching Brief Service: Ideal for when you have the teams and the equipment but not the expertise or accreditations to carry out excavation. Our supervisors will watch over and steer the project to always ensure compliance and safety.
  • Identification training: Our in-house experts have compiled a suite of knotweed and other invasive weeds identification training modules. Completed online or via live webinar our training is ideal for property teams, helping them to spot problematic plants whilst on site visits.

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Case study: Cell burial of knotweed and removal of asbestos revealed in the survey

We were contacted to discuss plans to develop a large plot affected by Japanese knotweed in Southampton, Hampshire. The site possessed large areas of Japanese knotweed, which we had been chemically treating since 2015 under a knotweed management plan for the previous landowner. We successfully completed the works to the client’s timetable. 4,500 tonnes of knotweed were buried, with an additional 8,500 tonnes of clean soils excavated for the burial pit. Total soil movements to complete the operation totalled 19,400 tonnes.

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Why choose us

  • Construction clients nationwide trust us as a safety-first contractor – achieving 100% in our 2024 H&S audit
  • We are fully certified to comply with industry standards
  • We have a range of excavation options to choose from to suit the site and any project constraints
  • We have over 1,000 5-Star ratings on Trustpilot

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