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INNS Code renamed as the Invasives Code.
The Invasive Non-Native Specialists Association (INNSA) has announced that with effect from 1st September, the Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) Code of Practice will be known as the Invasives Code. The Code will continue to be regulated by the independent Property Codes Compliance Board (PCCB).
James Sherwood-Rogers has been appointed as the new Chairman of INNSA with effect from 1st September 2016.
Sherwood Rogers, who has an impressive CV in the property industry succeeds Mike Clough, the founder of INNSA who has been Chairman since its formation. Clough will remain a Board member of INNSA and continue to chair the INNSA Steering Group.
Much of my working life at Japanese Knotweed Solutions has been dedicated to following the Code of Practice for the Management and Eradication of Japanese Knotweed - as written by Mr Trevor Renals of the Environment Agency.
This document has been the 'bible' to the eradication industry and much of the good work done in managing this problem is down to the efforts made by Trevor in producing such a valid document.
It’s eight years since the release of Iron Man marked the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – a highly successful franchise which has spawned numerous offshoots of varying quality as well as a variety of competitors which never quite manage to match the scope and ambition of the real McCoy.
Here at Japanese Knotweed Solutions (JKSL) we take our responsibility for the environment seriously. Clients often ask what steps we take to reduce environmental impacts during our spray operations, so I’d like to take the opportunity to share the steps we take to ensure that environmental impacts are kept to a minimum.