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The Invasive Non-Native Specialists Association (INNSA) is the industry body for companies involved in controlling and eradicating invasive non-native species in the UK.

  • INNSA aims to improve standards within the industry and offer peace of mind to clients.
  • All INNSA members must subscribe to the Invasives Code of Practice.

Our activities are split between providing advice, services and support to our members and influencing the EU and UK policy agenda and guidance on non-native invasive species. We believe that together we are the most powerful voice in the industry. Our aims are to encourage the highest standards within the industry and improve the business climate in which the industry operates, as well as to promote and protect the interests of its members through contact with government, other industry and non-industry organisations, the media and the general public.

All our activities are backed up by the highest quality standards assurance.

We propose to extend our services in future to offer awareness, regulatory and eradication training programmes.

Case Studies

River Douglas, Wigan

River Douglas, Wigan Treatment of large amounts of Japanese...
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Narvick Way, North Tyneside

Narvick Way, North Tyneside Excavation from construction area, with...
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Lanark Way, Belfast

Lanark Way, Belfast Site survey and treatment plan for...
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A44, Wolvercote

A44, Wolvercote Mechanical remediation strategy (via vacuum excavation) for...
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