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Our Services

Our mission is to help the honeybee thrive, raise awareness of climate change, and continue to protect all pollinators. We work with businesses to help them promote sustainability whilst providing them with their own hive of honeybees for their workplace. We also plant two trees for every hive we install!

Want a beehive and fresh organic honey for your office green space?

Want to meet your sustainability targets and show your partners that your business is front-lining environmental issues?

Want to create a good workplace environment for your employees?

Find out how you can work with us today to help transform your workplace into a more sustainable business.

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In an increasingly technology-led world, Bee Conservation's biome analysis methods use state of the art environmental testing to give us information about the environments surrounding our hives. Our sampling and metagenomic analysis is complex and time consuming but the results are definitive. Our expert knowledge allows us to help you make informed decisions about your environment and comply with legislation and non legislation ISO 14001 so you can optimise  productivity. Renting one of our hives will also contribute to your company's BS 8683:202 status.
The survival of businesses in the long-term hinges on ecosystem services, different species, and genes – that is biodiversity. In a modern world, businesses must prioritise the preservation and protection of biodiversity to help create a more sustainable future.

Pollen Analysis

Link biodiversity monitoring systems to policy objectives. Bee conservations  offers  pollen analysis - this test evaluates bee pollen as a bioindicator of environmental contamination, the test includes,  pesticides, heavy metals, pollutants, chemicals, fertilisers,  flora and fauna. Once we have the results they are sent back to you in a graph format,  we then  advise what action is needed to improve the area, the area measured is a three mile radius of the bee hive as this is the distance bees travel. 

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