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Tree Surgery

Acorn Environmental Management Group provides tree management and maintenance solutions within a number of different environments including, local authorities, housing associations, local highways and main highways....

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Academy Courses

The Acorn Training Academy provides a full range of Arboriculture & Landscape Industry training and assessment courses.

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Acorn Environmental Management Group provide tree consultancy and management services for a wide range of arboricultural projects throughout the UK

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AEMG provides a fully integrated range of landscape management services to Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Blue Chip Organisations & Private Customers....

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Ground Works

AEMG provides a range of Groundworks and site management services that complement our existing range of services....

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Rope Access

AEMG provide a range of rope access services that enable us to manage and maintain structures on behalf of our Customers. All of our employees who deliver our rope access services are fully trained to IRATA standards and comply fully with all UK HSE legislation....

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Japanese Knotweed Removal

AEMG provide specialist services for the removal, treatment and control of Japanese Knotweed and other noxious weeds. Japanese Knotweed can become a serious problem which should be dealt with as soon as possible.....

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Acorn News

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New ROLO training course dates for 2017

Two dates for ROLO Health and Safety Awareness courses are already planned for the beginning of 2017 – Wednesday 21st January Sheffield and Wednesday 1st February Redditch. Both courses have some places that are still available, please call Bruce Pattinson on 07739 325495 if you would like to find [...]

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Acorn Group ROLO Training Course – Spaces available

AEMG are running 2 ROLO courses to kick off the new year, one in Sheffield and one at their Head Office in Redditch which is just 5 minutes from junction 3 of the M42.
The Sheffield course is scheduled for Wednesday 25th January with the Redditch training day following a week later on the 1st [...]

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Acorn Groups Ecologist undertakes extensive field study trip in Malawi

Acorn Groups Ecologist, Jade O’Rourke, is undertaking an extensive field study trip in Malawi to assist in a local habitat survey. Jade will be based at Mvuu Camp, a Central African Wilderness Safaris Lodge on the banks of the Shire River in Liwonde National Park.
Jade is working on the [...]

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Acorn Group enhances lone worker safety

AEMG has recently made further improvements to its Lone working policy and procedure. We are continuing to utilise SPOT GPS devices that use satellites to pin point the Lone workers location. They can be used in areas with no phone signal.  

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AEMG invest in TreeTronic 3 decay detection

AEMG has recently purchased a TreeTronic3 which is used to detect decay in standing trees. The TreeTronic3 will work with the Picus3 that AEMG bought a few months ago to give extra detailed information about the condition of the wood inside trees. The TreeTronic3 is a measuring device that uses [...]

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From Emergency call out to all routine works, Acorn Environmental Management Group have provided an excellent service during the past few years "

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Acorn Group

AcornWe are Acorn Environmental Management Group (AEMG); offering specialist arboriculture and landscape maintenance and tree consultancy services throughout Birmingham and the UK. We offer an array of expert services including tree surgery, arboricultural consultancy, landscaping and the control of invasive and noxious weeds.


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Corporate Responsibility

GlobeThe Acorn Environmental Management Group is one of the largest, independent, Vegetation Management / Tree Surgery / Landscaping companies in the UK. Originally established in 1994, The Acorn Environmental Management Group has grown and developed significantly, employing 36 people and operating on a national basis.


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  • Environmental
  • Professionals
  • Health and Safety
  • Community

Environmentally FriendlyTo ensure we meet our commitments we have developed and operate an Environmental Management System as part of our Integrated Management System. Our Environmental Management System is accredited to ISO 14001: 2004. 


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Management TeamOur staff all hold NPTC Qualifications and AEMG are an Arboriculture Association Approved Contractor.  


Unlike our competitors, we provide free estimates and advice and offer a 365/24/7 emergency response service all year round for all of our customers within the West Midlands region.


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Health and SafetyThe most important aspect of our operations is Health & Safety.


Our top priority is ensuring our employees remain safe and healthy and that our Customers, Suppliers, Stakeholders and Public remain safe during and after our operations.


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CommunityAEMG take pride in the communities within which we work. Tree & Landscape maintenance operations can have a significant impact on the environment. We encourage community engagement in everything we do to advise and consult to ensure all stakeholders are delighted with the results of our work.


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