Data protection regulationsARCHEA Biogas N.V.
ARCHEA biogas N.V. takes the protection of personal data very seriously. We want you to know when we store which data and how we use it. As a private company we are subject to the provisions of the Data Protection Act. We have taken technical and organizational measures to ensure that the regulations comply with data protection both of us and by external service providers.
Personal DataPersonal data is information that can be used to identify you. This includes information such as your name, address, postal address, phone number. Information that is not directly related to your real identity (such as favorite websites or number of users per site) are not included. You can use our online services without revealing your identity. If you register for one of our personalized services, order a product or a subscription, we will ask for your name and other personal information. It is your decision whether to provide this data.
Web HostingWe store your data on specially protected servers in Germany. Access is restricted to authorized persons who are involved in the technical, commercial or editorial maintenance of the servers. Together with your access data stored on our servers for security purposes, which may allow identification (eg IP address, date, time and pages viewed). There is no personal data. The statistical analysis of anonymous data records remains reserved.
Right to withdrawIf you request ARCHEA Biogas N.V. not to use your personal data for further contacts and / or cancel, we will act accordingly. Data for order processing or for commercial purposes are not affected by a cancellation or deletion. Please understand that in the event of cancellation, a personalized service can no longer be provided because it is based on the use of customer data.
ChildrenPersons under 18 years without the consent of parents or guardians should not provide us with personal data. We do not request personal information from children, do not collect this and pass them on to third parties.
Waalre (NL), November 2009