HS2 contractors adopt ‘surgical excavation’ for removal of invasive species

High-speed rail project HS2 claims to have adopted a new strategy for tackling invasive non-native species (INNS) resulting in reduced excavation and less waste sent to landfill.

by Dan Symonds
Japanese Knotweed - credit: Pixabay
Japanese Knotweed - credit: Pixabay

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