MTS CLEANSING SERVICES LTD has joined an ever growing list of leading companies and organisations in signing up to the Armed Forces Covenant, a promise from the nation that those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly.
The signing took place at the company’s Headquarters in Rochester with Antony Crust, Managing Director signing on behalf of MTS Cleansing Ltd and Captain Paul Herlihy, Officer Commanding 124 Transport Squadron 151 Transport Regiment RLC one of the County’s Army Reserve Units, signing on behalf of the Armed Forces.
Members of the MTS Senior Management Team and local Kent Army Reserves celebrate as Mr Antony Crust, Managing Director of MTS Cleansing Limited signs the Armed Forces Covenant on behalf of his business with Captain Paul Herlihy, Officer Commanding 124 Transport Squadron 151 Transport Regiment RLC signing on behalf of the military.
MTS Cleansing Services Ltd, the largest independently owned liquid waste management company in the UK is still a family run business which has been established for more than 30 years. The company, which has a network of depots across the South East and Midlands and employs more than 10 reservists from all three services, joins more than one thousand organisations who have publicly pledged their support to the Armed Forces Community. By signing the Covenant, which has been in existence since 2013, they have also been awarded a Bronze Award in the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme in recognition of their commitment to the Armed Forces.
Jonathan Darrington-Slegg who represented the South East Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association for the South East of England said “said “Signing the Armed Forces Covenant has provided an opportunity to establish a solid relationship between MTS and the Armed Forces Community. Co-signing the Covenant with 124 Transport Squadron has provided an opportunity to create local links with a regionally based Army Reserve Unit.”
Antony Crust said; “MTS was founded in Kent and is still based here so we’re looking forward to building on our links with our local Kent Army reserves. We’re proud to be a forces friendly employer supporting the Armed Forces Community.”
L-R: Mr Antony Crust, Managing Director of MTS Cleansing Limited receives the Ministry of Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award from Captain Paul Herlihy, Officer Commanding 124 Transport Squadron 151 Transport Regiment RLC .