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2004 - BACS moves forward by diversifying into niche services and products (from INCLEAN Magazine)
A multi-faceted business strategy has seen BACS not only cement its position as a leading national IT and cleanroom service provider but also become an important player in the supply of specialist products for these niches.
1984 - Call for the dust-busters (from Northern Life)
Mr. Bob Allan might look like any other business man, but when he or his employees get into their uniforms and march into computer rooms throughout Sydney it is a different story. In their mid-blue overalls with their double-filter, back-pack vacuums and security passes they have been dubbed the “dust busters”.

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1 May 2018   BACS brings a new wave of networking to the data centre industry, in the name of charity
BACS brings a new wave of networking to the data centre industry, in the name of charity
1 Nov 2014   Brian Neroy joins BACS as National Service Manager
BACS Contamination Control has named Brian Neroy as the new National Service Manager. As part of the senior management team, Brian is responsible for managing the BACS network of technical cleaners across Australia. His role is a pivotal part of ensu ...
1 Oct 2014   $25M Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre opens at ANU Mt Stromlo
BACS Canberra Area Manager, Caroline Wright, was on hand to celebrate the launch on 15 July 2014 of the new $25 million Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre (AITC) at the Australian National University’s Research School of Astronomy and Ast ...
1 Jul 2014   Krste Pejcinoski joins BACS as new Canberra Service Supervisor
BACS Contamination Control is pleased to announce the addition of Krste Pejcinoski as the new Canberra Service Supervisor replacing Kevin Asher who retired earlier this year. Krste (or “Chris” as he is also known) comes to BACS with over eight years ...
1 Jun 2014   Rob Pye returns to BACS
BACS welcomes back Rob Pye as Chief Operations after a three-year absence and having previously served as National Services Manager.
1 Nov 2013   BACS announces new monthly Darwin service
BACS will be coming to Darwin every month starting November 2013. In response to customer demand, we now offer data centres the option of monthly or quarterly above-floor service and more flexible scheduling for annual sub-floor cleaning.
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1 Sep 2013   BACS awarded Australian Tax Office data centre cleaning contract for another 5 years
The Australian Taxation Office's (ATO) E-tax software has cost Australian taxpayers over $45 million to develop and maintain since 20061. But who maintains the ATO’s data centres in peak operating condition to process all that information? Since 2003 ...
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