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Thursday, 22 June 2017 11:23

LAUNCH OF THE INNSA CODE OF PRACTICE

LAUNCH OF THE INNSA CODE OF PRACTICE

The INNSA conference on 30th March 2017 saw the launch of a new document: the INNSA Code of Practice, Managing Japanese Knotweed. This document provides a comprehensive guide to managing this most difficult of weeds, as well as in-depth, up-to-date information on legislation, pesticides and standards relating to the plant and its remediation.

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Thursday, 22 June 2017 11:15

A NEW MEMBER FOR INNSA

A NEW MEMBER FOR INNSA

J A Kent Services (East Midlands) Ltd are the Midlands’ tree surgery, grounds and building maintenance specialists based in Nottingham. Founded in 1976 we are proud to employ local people and like undertaking local work.

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Thursday, 22 June 2017 11:04

MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARIAT NEW INNSA CODE OF PRACTICE

MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARIAT NEW INNSA CODE OF PRACTICE

Following the INNSA Conference in March, the INNSA secretariat has been primarily occupied in making the final edits to the new Code of Practice for managing Japanese Knotweed and fine tuning the presentation and production of the printed document. The new Code has taken many months to draft with comprehensive input from across the INNSA membership and represents a complete revision to, and replacement of, the old Environment Agency Code.

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Thursday, 22 June 2017 10:50

CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE JUNE 2017

CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE JUNE 2017

I have always taken the view that the best service businesses are those which not only provide an excellent service when doing the job today, but also back up what they do with simple and robust terms that ensure that users have peace of mind for the future.

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Monday, 03 April 2017 11:06

ANNUAL CONFERENCE REPORT 2017

ANNUAL CONFERENCE REPORT 2017

The third INNSA Conference was held on 30th March at The Riverside Centre in Derby and brought together delegates from all areas of the industry.

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