Complex Challenges, Innovative Solutions

Environmental and waste solutions don’t have to be complicated. We make it simple. From contaminated land through to invasive plant species – we deliver, we think creatively, we act quickly and we do what it takes to make your project a success. Contact us today for more details about how we can help you.

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Delivering Expert Environmental Remediation

Land Remediation

Do you require land remediation for your brownfield sites, existing properties or potential developments? We can deliver effective and innovative solutions to solve any contamination or pollution obstacles you face.

Water Contamination

Water contamination can have a devastating impact on the environment and the health of people, animals and plants. Our experts have the solutions to resolve all types of waterway and groundwater pollution.

Invasive Plant Species

Invasive plant species can be a huge problem. Some of these plants can cause property damage, while others present health hazards. We have a variety of treatments available based on your budget and time-scales.

Spill Solutions

The most effective response to spills of dangerous substances is having appropriate control measures in place before they happen. We can supply the products you need to protect yourself, your company and the environment.

Our Approach

We believe in a transparent and simple approach to the way we do things. Our aim is to keep you engaged through every step of the process in order to provide clear guidance and peace of mind while you work with us. We have five simple steps we follow from the beginning to the end of every project.

One of our core aims is to eliminate or reduce the amount of waste material going to landfill. By doing this we can provide you with significant cost savings when compared to legacy dig & dump methods.

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Our Centre for Innovation

Research and Development is a core part of what we do at ATG Group. We are constantly thinking outside the box and coming up with innovative ways to deal with contamination. Since 2017, we have spent over £1.6 million on developing new techniques to remediate contaminated material and Japanese Knotweed infestations.

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Eraginate® – Japanese Knotweed Treatment

We developed the Eraginate® Japanese Knotweed treatment process as an alternative to the popular Dig & Dump and Stem Injection techniques. Eraginate® is not only quick but cost-efficient as well. The treatment process involves: Cutting down the Japanese Knotweed plant material ...

LockedIn® – Soil Stabilisation

Our LockedIn® technology is a soil stabilisation technique that we have been developing and refining since 2015. This remediation technology is based on the physio-chemical reaction between chemicals and soils to reduce the mobility of any contaminants present. Essentially, we are using chemical...

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Giant Hogweed: How to spot the ‘UK’s most dangerous plant’ in your garden.

Despite its attractive appearance, giant hogweed is an invasive and dangerous plant species, which is harmful to both humans and the natural habitat.

Giant Hogweed is commonly found in British gardens and along riverbanks and can reach up to 20 feet high. It is dangerous to humans as it causes major irritation to the skin due to the toxins in the sap. It can be easily mistaken for cow parsley, …

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How do I know if my house has subsidence?

Research from insurance company LV= in 2021 shows that more than half of homeowners do not know what subsidence is.

The study also shows that they do not know how to spot it.

Other findings included:

•   One in five homeowners have noticed signs of potential subsidence but 26% didn’t take any action

•   Over half (53%) didn’t know if subsidence is included in their current buildings insurance policy.

As …

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Japanese Knotweed and Property: New Guidance

Property valuers have scrapped a rule that determines whether Japanese knotweed is a threat to property.

Earlier this year, The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) issued new guidance regarding the distance the invasive species is considered a threat to buildings.

Previously, valuers were advised to regard Japanese knotweed as a threat if it was less than 7 metres from a property.

The body now believes that the risk was

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