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  • 03/07/2015 15:50PM New CWC Area Manager for Glasgow and North West of Scotland Complete Weed Control, the UK’s largest weed control contractor, has announced Richard Newall as its newest Area Manager to operate in Glasgow and North West Scotland.  Richard is the latest to join Complete Weed Control and after owning a solar panel business for a number of years, he decided that it was time for a change of direction. Upon selling the business, Richard was able to concentrate on pursuing the change he needed, and his time focusing on this was key to him joining the CWC family.  “What attracted me to Complete Weed Control was that I was already qualified in invasive species control which I was able to do once I sold the business and had more time on my hands. Whilst I was undertaking my qualifications I started volunteering at the Trossachs National Park and also did a lot of work for the Forth Fisheries Trust. “Once I got my qualifications I really wanted to take those and the experience I had gained into a new venture. After looking around I came across an online advert. It seemed a perfect fit so I looked further into it,” said Richard.Since its beginnings in 1972, Complete Weed Control has gone from strength to strength and has built a reputation as the most professional and relied upon weed control contractor in the UK. The CWC group has been complimented by its hugely successful business model. Every inch of the UK is now occupied by a Complete Weed Control operative and also has a growing presence in Ireland.“I soon recognised that CWC has an extremely good business system and after talking to a number of people I felt that it was the right move to make.”“I’m now receiving on the job training with a six month handover period from the previous area manager. It’s going really well and the handover will ensure a good continuity.”Richard, who relishes the opportunity of working outdoors, will be in his element when providing the many services CWC has to offer. As well as carrying out total weed control on hard, soft and gravel surfaces, Richard will be on hand to provide aquatic weed control, grass growth control, insect control, moss and algae control, invasive species control and many more.In carrying out these unique services, Richard will of course be assisted by CWC’s dedicated personnel at head office; something which he has already become familiar with.“Head office has been very supportive and that is exactly what you want. They give me all the back-up that I will need to operate successfully and this will be vital to achieving my goal of increasing the business and increasing turnover,” he said.  Read More
  • 20/05/2015 15:23PM The Rams Praise Spot-on Complete Weed Control Andy Croft - head groundsman at Derby County FC, has heaped praise on Complete Weed Control (East Midlands) as the UK’s leading sports and amenity weed control contractor enter their tenth year at working at Pride Park stadium. Andy first started his career at Derby County cleaning the stands. 24 years later and he now holds the head groundsman role overseeing a team of eight members of staff. Somewhat of a perfectionist, Andy was keen to make his mark and sought to make improvements where he could.One of his first decisions after being appointed head groundsman in 2006 was to bring in Complete Weed Control. The company has an outstanding reputation with more and more head groundsmen like Andy turning to the specialist contractor to keep their facilities and playing surfaces in year-round pristine condition.“I brought them in when I landed the head groundsman role and they’ve never let me down. They undertake all of the spraying here at the stadium and at the training ground; you name it, whatever we’ve needed – they’ve done it,” said Andy.  Complete Weed Control under-take all ‘spraying applications’ on the pitch and the training ground as well as the surroundings of the stadium. The treatments eradicate all weeds and unsightly moss and the CWC team also apply regular monthly applications of fertilisers, soil amendments and fungicides.Even though Andy and his grounds staff are fully trained in pesticide control and spraying, he believes that CWC’s contribution gives him one less thing to worry about and is far more cost effective. Obtaining the services of CWC removes the cost of risk assessments, saves you from keeping up-to-date with current legislation and cuts costs further by not having to acquire state-of-the-art equipment.Each Complete Weed Control franchise are fully qualified and operate to a common set of standards and procedures; their work is undertaken by adhering to strict health & safety guidelines and their experience in knowing when to apply the appropriate product can speed up eradication and save time and money.“It certainly takes the pressure off and takes the hassle out of the job. I also know that I can count on them; they have been absolutely spot on. If I wanted them to come in tomorrow they would come in – they are that reliable.“I’ve also got a great relationship with David Cox and the rest of the company which is just part and parcel of the service CWC provide. I would definitely recommend Complete Weed Control to anyone looking for a specialist solution,” he said.For more information, please contact our National office on 01325 324 277. You can also follow CWC on Twitter @CWCLimited for much more news, reviews and insightful views. Read More
  • 07/05/2015 15:53PM New Addition to Complete Weed Controls Head Office Team Complete Weed Control, the UK’s largest weed control contractor, has announced the appointment of Carrie Taylor, who will be assisting in administrative and financial operations. Carrie brings with her a number of key skills after previously working for a large insurance company where she was responsible for performing administrative tasks to ensure the smooth running of day to day tasks. As well as implementing her own projects and facilitating the insurance renewal process, Carrie also had some participation in the finance department; something which enticed her to apply for the position with Complete Weed Control.“I’m very excited to learn and hopefully excel in new areas such as the financial role. These new skills may lead to further qualifications for the long term benefit of both myself and Complete Weed Control,” she said.Her new role will see her assisting the accounts personnel where required and performing administration duties. With over 48 UK based franchises and a further 2 operating in the Republic of Ireland, Complete Weed Control has the largest operational force in the marketplace and the company continues to go from strength to strength. As the company grows in stature and reputation, so too does the work behind the scenes, and Carrie is relishing the opportunity of playing a part in it.“I’m looking forward to a number of aspects, in particular the opportunity to work with a good team.  “I am motivated and enthusiastic about whatever tasks or obstacles I may encounter and I hope this will not only assist my direct team but also make the company stronger as a result. “The company has a great reputation and I’m very much looking forward to getting stuck in to my new role and assisting not only my team but all members within the company,” she said.For more information, please contact Complete Weed Control’s National office on 01325 324 277 or visit can also follow Complete Weed Control on Twitter @CWCLimited and view the company’s YouTube channel at Read More
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