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Both interesting points of view. I have always tended to steer clear of landscape trade assoc. because I cannot see how they don't become corrupted. If an assoc. asks members for a fee surely they become reliant on this income. It then becomes hard to remove companies that are dropping below good standards but are always keen to deposit their fees and have the stickers on the vans.

Thanks for your comment Matt

This is one of the reasons why I wanted to encourage landscapers to adopt a voluntary system.

Members who have adopted the 'Green Tick' have made a statement of intent by agreeing to join the Landscape Juice Network and be scrutinised in public.

Business owners are well aware that any negative comments about their business that find their way back to their user profile will be quickly seized upon by prospective customers.

There is no payment to join so no compromise.

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