An immediate solution but by far the most expensive.

Under the Environmental Protection Act; Duty of Care Regulations 1991, cut Knotweed material and soil containing rhizomes must be disposed of as controlled waste if they are to be removed from their site of origin. Furthermore, allowing the plant to spread onto neighbouring land can result in litigation for damages.

If you suspect you have Japanese knotweed on your property, call Weedtec on 0845 224 9941 or use our call back form below and we will get one of our Japanese knotweed specialists to contact you.

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