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BACTEC opens an Office in Basra Iraq

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BACTEC announced the opening of its Basra office in January, and also an office in Sulaimani to support Kurdistan operations.

The company's head quarters are located in Kent, UK with branches in Australia, Cambodia, Libya Lao, Philippines and Mozambique. Since 1991 BACTEC has worked in over 45 countries clearing and or verifying as ordnance free in excess of 100,000,000 square metres of previously contaminated or suspect ordnance contaminated land.

BACTEC will bring its experience and expertise to Iraq, to assist in the major ordnance clearance requirement and in the development and restructure of Iraq. It is BACTEC's policy to recruit and train local staff thereby building a sustainable national capability.

BACTEC has recently completed a marine survey at Um Qasr and is currently engaged in another marine survey operation in the Gulf.

BACTEC clients include oil, gas and mineral multinationals, governments, specialist units of the MoD, the UN, EC, DFID, and NATO who utilise BACTEC's range of high quality services for mitigating the risk from the explosive remnants of war (ERW) worldwide. BACTEC has a commitment to new technology and employs highly trained and qualified field operators, whilst maintaining stringent quality standards through accreditation to ISO 9001:2008 and environmentally to ISO14001.

Guy Lucas, BACTEC CEO said "Our core business is to mitigate/eliminate the risk posed by the Explosive Remnants of War in a timely, safe and cost effective way, and thus reduce the impact that ERW has on people's lives, infrastructure development and the environment".
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