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Enviromat Sedum Matting

Our Environmental Policy

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Our policy is:

To ensure that good farming practices are employed to achieve consistent high quality results, retain and awareness of environmental responsibilities and respond to our customers stated needs.

Farming Practices

At Enviromat we pride ourselves on our wildlife conservation policies and our efforts to preserve and improve the local ecosystems.

Enviromat sedum matting is grown on a relatively small proportion of our 1,000 Hectare farm on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.   The remainder of the farm produces Q Lawns turf, Meadowmat wild flower matting and food crops such as potatoes for Walkers Crisps, sugar beet for Silver Spoon and Milling Wheat to make flour for baking.

The farm boasts

drainage ditch as a wildlife corridor

  • a 2.5 mile length of river,
  • 30 miles of dykes and drains that make major wildlife corridors
  • A 12 acre reservoir used by ducks and wildfowl
  • A bird hide with a green roof
  • 50 acres of woodland
  • 2 miles of native hedges
  • Various lakes and ponds
  • At least 75 species of bird as well as roe deer, muntjack deer, badgers, foxes, hares and many other mammals
  • Bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects
  • Innumerable insects, amphibians and other small creatures

Chemicals and fertlisers.

The farm is run according to LEAF (linking environment and food) guidelines.  We only use artificial fertilisers and/or farm chemicals when absolutely necessary.  Virtually all chemicals used are contact applications and are never allowed to contaminate wildlife habitat or waterways.

More Information

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How green roofs help wildlife 

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Enviromat supports pollinating insects

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