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Posted on: June 17, 2021

BioClean expands operations, opens West Haven location

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PHOTO — Louis P. Esposito Jr., the executive assistant to West Haven Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, second from right, cuts the ribbon with BioClean CT owners Ray Daneault, second from left, and Tom Homola on Wednesday, June 16, to mark the grand opening of the mold removal company at 88 Farwell St. With them are Christine Matthews Paine, the president of the Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce, and new West Haven Planning Director Christopher Soto. (City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)

WEST HAVEN, June 17, 2021 — City officials joined the owners of BioClean CT on Wednesday, June 16, to celebrate the grand opening of the mold removal company at 88 Farwell St.

Louis P. Esposito Jr., the executive assistant to Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, cut a blue ribbon with BioClean owners Ray Daneault and Tom Homola to mark the event, along with new city Planning Director Christopher Soto, Christine Matthews Paine, the president of the Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Simon McDonald, the chamber’s director of membership and marketing.

BioClean, founded in 1988, has expanded its Milford mold remediation business by adding a location in West Haven, a 6,600-square-foot warehouse off Route 1 in Allingtown’s thriving business district.

“This is a perfect location for my business,” Daneault told Esposito, representing Rossi, who was at West Haven High School’s graduation. “West Haven is a good, safe town.”

In addition to mold removal, the company specializes in air quality testing, dehumidification, basement waterproofing, foundation repair, disinfecting and water cleanup.

BioClean has more than 40 full-time employees in West Haven and serves clients in Connecticut and New York’s Westchester County.

— MICHAEL P. WALSH, Public Relations Information Coordinator

BioClean Opens on Farwell St. 006 (2) II (Small)

Louis P. Esposito Jr., the executive assistant to West Haven Mayor Nancy R. Rossi, second from right, cuts the ribbon with BioClean CT owners Ray Daneault, second from left, and Tom Homola on Wednesday, June 16, to mark the grand opening of the mold removal company at 88 Farwell St. With them are Christine Matthews Paine, the president of the Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce, and new West Haven Planning Director Christopher Soto. (City Photo/Michael P. Walsh)

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