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Cleaning agency busts grime in Yorkshire

Published 4th June, 2009 by Neil Nixon

Cleaning agency busts grime in Yorkshire

A Bradford-based industrial and commercial cleaning company is proving a sweeping success with a series of new business wins - less than a month since it launched.

TNO, run by MD Nick D’Agostino who has more than 20 years’ experience in the sector, has already completed deep-clean assignments for clients including Pace Microsystems, St. James’ Hospital and Bradford City Council - for which TNO drained and cleaned the city’s central fountain.

Backed by serial entrepreneur Steve O’Brien, MD of IT and office supplies reseller Pure Data Solutions, TNO has also secured contracts for kitchens at schools including Wakefield Grammar and Heckmondwike Grammar.

D’Agostino, formerly employed by Rentokil and Harewood Services, said: “We recognise that times are tough, but while firms look to reduce costs, cleanliness and hygiene are two areas that should never be cut back. For some, including restaurants and hotels, cleanliness is a condition of health and safety accreditation and insurance. For everyone else a clean working environment is an effective way of maintaining morale and improving the culture of you organisation - in these times the little things can have the greatest impact.”

Steve O’Brien added: “TNO is off to a flying start in next to no time and I’m confident that with Nick’s impressive reputation in the trade, coupled with TNO’s first class service, the business will further expand its impressive portfolio.”

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