We’re driving forwards in quality, efficiency and reliability across our services with the addition of five JHL super recycler units to our fleet.
Keith Crust, founder and Chairman of MTS, joined operatives, managers and directors to welcome the new units to the MTS head office in Rochester, Kent. He said; “I am as proud today as I was when I bought our first lorry, these vehicles are our lifeblood along with our staff.”
The new vehicles will be used across the country. In the Midlands they will support our work with Severn Trent Water partners and in the south east you might spot them working on the frontline for our Cappagh Browne and Southern Water partners. They join the rest of our hardworking fleet of specialist units completing essential site work, both planned and in response to emergency incidents.
Scott Diamond, Fleet Compliance Director, said; “These tankers are recycling units, which means wherever possible we recycle waste water for jetting. This keeps costs down for our customers and also maintains maximum water supply for consumers when we’re working on sewer network maintenance.”
The new vehicles are also fitted with Euro 6 compliant engines, helping the environment by producing lower emissions.
We are continually refreshing and upgrading our fleet, enabling us to continue to provide excellent customer service across our range of services.
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Pictured: MTS Chairman Keith Crust (second from right) with directors, managers and operatives and two of the new JHL units.
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