can soil affected by knotweed be reused?
Welcome to the Property Care Association (PCA) guidance note on the reuse of waste soils on a commercial site.
The code of practice below aims to provide a thorough and technical guide to reusing soil on a commercial site, even if it has previously been affected by Japanese knotweed. The document provides guidelines that set the principles and standards to which qualified PCA members work.
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PCA Japanese Knotweed Guide
For additional information from the PCA on Knotweed, check out their guide to the problems caused and how to deal with them.View the PCA Guide on Knotweed
Remove & treat Knotweed
Want to learn more about how to treat and remove Japanese Knotweed. Click to visit our treatment and removal section.More about Knotweed removal
A 'code of Practice' we are very proud to be a part of...
As a Property Care Association (PCA) approved company, we take pride of being one of the few companies in the country working within the 'best practices' for managing Japanese Knotweed. If you want to speak to speak to an expert about anything you have read in the above guide, simply contact us online, find your local branch or call today to speak to one of our qualified and experienced Japanese knotweed experts.