GDPR

This Web site contains information about Greenea and the General Data Protection Regulation

It is published by Greenea, a French corporation register under RCS Saintes B 498 998 244, with registered offices at GREENEA 5 chemin des Perrières 17330 Coivert, France, whose telephone number is +33 (0)6 33 83 65 55.

Privacy Statement

Personal data protection legislation aims at guarantying that individuals have a high level of control of their private life and personal data. As of May 2018, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the General Data Protection Regulation or “GDPR”) and the 2002/58/EC Directive (together, and with any other applicable European regulations applicable to the processing and protection of Personal Data) define the applicable legal framework in order to guarantee this level of protection for personal data.

GREENEA undertakes to comply with the European Data Protection Regulations. This Privacy Policy is a part of the Legal Terms and Conditions of the Website www.greenea.com (the “Website”) and applies to any User of the Website. This Privacy Policy defines treatment of personal information that GREENEA collects when the User accesses to and uses the Website.

It is equally important that you understand what personal data is collected and how it is used. As such, this Notice is intended to provide you with these facts.

Information Collected

When you register to use the Site or choose the contact form in our website, GREENEA may collect information from you such as your name, postal address, email address, telephone number, your firm’s name, position or comments. Generally, the information GREENEA collects on the Site is used only for GREENEA’s own internal purposes, for example, to improve the content of the Site, to improve GREENEA’s marketing and promotional efforts, To inform you on services, offers, operational matters and rates offers / changes that may be of interest to you and to help us develop new products and services, To develop our business profile and analyze our business trends and profiles, to statistically analyze the Site usage patterns on an aggregate basis, to improve content and Site offerings, and may be used by GREENEA to contact you to provide you with information GREENEA believes may be useful to you. GREENEA provide you with marketing-related information after you have, where legally required to do so, opted-in to receive those communications. We will use your personal information for our legitimate interest to develop our business, provided that this interest is not overridden by your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms. We will give you the opportunity to opt out at any time.

When submitting feedback, your curriculum vitae or other information to the Company via this Site, you may be asked to provide specific identifying information, including without limitation a valid e-mail address. We may also collect personally identifiable information (name, email addresses, phone numbers, etc.) that may be voluntarily submitted by you.

We may also collect aggregate information, which is non-personally identifiable/anonymous information, such as frequency of visits to the Site, Site pages most frequently accessed, IP address, browser type, etc.

We generally keep Marketing data for three years from the date it was collected after which time the data is deleted. Commercial and contact data may be retained longer to comply with applicable commercial laws.

Do we use ‘cookies’?

GREENEA may place a small text file called a “cookie” in the browser files of your computer. The cookie itself does not contain personal information, although it will enable the Site to relate your use of the Site to information that you have specifically and knowingly provided to the Site (such as username) and to track your use of the Site. Tracking information (aggregated through Google Analytics) is used to gather information on user demographics and Site traffic patterns on an aggregate basis and is not connected to the identities or other personal information of individual users.

How to accept or refuse cookies

You can choose to deactivate cookies at any moment. Your browser may also be set up to notify you when cookies are sent to your computer for you to accept or refuse them. You can accept or refuse cookies on an individual basis or refuse them completely. We remind you that this setting could potentially change your conditions of access for our content and services which require the use of cookies. If your browser is set up to disable cookies entirely, you will be unable to benefit from part of our services.

To configure cookies in a way most suited to your needs we invite you to configure your browser to reflect the function of cookies.

Internet Explorer

  • Click on the Tools button and then on Internet Options.
  • In the General tab, under History, click on Parameters.
  • Click on the Show hidden files and folders button.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Go to the Tools tab in the browser and then select the Options menu
  • Choose Privacy and then click on Show Cookies

Safari

  • Select Edit > Preferences in your browser menu.
  • Click on Security.
  • Click on Show Cookies.

Google Chrome

  • Click on the icon in the Tools menu.
  • Select Options.
  • Click on the Advanced Options tab and open the Confidentiality section.
  • Click on the Show Cookies button.

For further information concerning cookies, please refer to the French Data Protection Authority site (in French): https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-traceurs-que-dit-la-loi

Session cookies are deleted once you close your browser window. Persistent cookies generally last for 3 months and up to a maximum of 2 years.

Processing your personal data

Your personal data may be shared with our offices as necessary or appropriate.

We may also use service providers to process your data. In this event, the processing are governed by a contract that complies with the applicable data protection laws and ensure the protection of your rights.

We may disclose information about our clients to third parties in connection with a transaction, such as a merger, or an acquisition of all or a portion of our business, or our acquisition of another business.

Your rights

At any time, you may:

  • Request to see your personal data that we have.
  • Request to correct or delete your personal data if you believe it is incorrect.
  • Object to our processing of your personal data or to transfer of your data.
  • Request an electronic copy of your personal data.
  • Bring a complaint on how your personal data is handled.

In any such instance, please contact GREENEA at http://www.greenea.com/fr/contact/ or by mail to GREENEA, 5 chemin des Perrières, 17 330, Coivert, France.

When you contact us, we may seek additional information from you to make sure that the personal data we may possess belongs to you. Once verified, we will evaluate your request and provide you with a response.

Should you be unsatisfied with the answer, should you think that personal data processing does not follow the rules of law, you may file a complaint with the supervisory authority located in your jurisdiction.

Third-party disclosure

The Company will not sell our contact list or provide your personal identifying information to any non-affiliated person or entity in the ordinary course of our business, although the Company expressly reserves the right to transfer such information in connection with a change in ownership of the Company or its assets.

Links to other sites

This Site may contain links to websites operated by other people or companies. Those websites may have their own privacy policy or no privacy policy at all. We do not have any responsibility for those websites, and we provide the links solely for the convenience of our visitors.

GREENEA reserves the right to modify this Privacy Statement from time to time, in its sole discretion, by updating this web page. It is your responsibility to review this Privacy Statement periodically.