News2019-07-08T17:29:30+01:00

Effective stem injection treatment at National Trust gardens

With Japanese Knotweed an ongoing problem throughout public gardens at Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire, the site's head gardener has turned to Stem Injection Systems (Europe) for its treatment solution. Quarry Bank Mill in Styal is one of Britain's great industrial heritage sites, reflecting how a community lived throughout the Industrial Revolution in the late 1700's. The National Trust acquired [...]

The Lancashire Wildlife Trust – Steve Cowell, Contracting Manager

As a leading conservation organisation within the region for over 40 years, The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has unrivalled local experience in delivering practical countryside management, conservation and landscape projects. The Trust's nature reserve portfolio contains 39 sites covering 970 hectares and it has responsibility to maintain all green spaces in a sound ecological condition. The Trust's contract services team, managed [...]

Natural England (Cornwall National Nature Reserves)

Natural England Cornwall, a government agency body of DEFRA responsible for promoting natural conservation and protecting biodiversity across the county's three National Nature Reserves (NNRs), has been an active supporter of stem injection treatment since purchasing its first unit from Stem Injection Systems in 2013. The reserves, all special areas of conservation and sites of special scientific interest, comprise the [...]

Ipswich Borough Council (Parks and Cemeteries)

Ipswich Borough Council turned out to be the perfect exhibition visitor when they called in on Stem Injection Systems' stand at SALTEX back in 2007. The council had become aware of an innovative new stem injection technique for treating Japanese Knotweed but had failed to identify a UK supplier of the system until that chance meeting at the show. It [...]

The Lochaber Fisheries Trust – Diane Baum, senior biologist

The Lochaber Fisheries Trust is a charity dedicated to improving and raising awareness of the fish populations and freshwater habitats of Lochaber in Fort William, Scotland. It works with river owners, managers, anglers and government agencies to ensure the region's freshwaters are protected and managed sustainably and this includes the ongoing treatment of Japanese Knotweed which blights many river catchments [...]

Natural England Cornwall confirms government agency trend

Another growing business stream for SIS this year has come from securing equipment orders with leading agencies such as the National Trust, Forestry Commission and various regional Wildlife Trusts. One example is Natural England Cornwall, a government agency body of DEFRA responsible for promoting natural conservation and protecting biodiversity across the county's three National Nature Reserves (NNRs). It has [...]

Title

Go to Top