Personally identifying information
Almost all website visits reveal the following infomation:
- IP address, from which your approximate location and service provider can be deduced
- Browser vendor and version
- Operating system vendor and version
- The pages you visit during each session
- And, if you came to this website via a link, the location of the page containing the link.
This is common practice to diagnose issues and analyse abuse of a website. We only use this information to help our website work better for you and it is deleted within a few weeks.
When you submit a communication through our website with your personal information, it will only be used for the purposes of contacting you in return. Your information will not be resold and nor will we use it to market to you unless you explicitly opt in or purchase a product or service. After which you will be offered a link to opt out with each marketing message, or you can e-mail info at asm-recycling dot co dot uk and state that you wish to opt out. Other than analytics, only the information you type into your communication is the information we receive. You may write/e-mail us via info at asm-recycling dot co dot uk to modify or delete the information we hold about you.
Following an EU directive, the law now requires UK websites to obtain consent from you when cookies may be stored on your computer.
BY USING THIS WEBSITE YOU CONSENT TO HAVING COOKIES STORED ON YOUR DEVICE. YOU MAY WITHDRAW THIS CONSENT AT ANY TIME BY DELETING THE COOKIES AND DISCONTINUING USE.
What are cookies?
A “cookie” is a very small text file that is stored on your device by its web browser. Almost all websites instruct a web browser to store one or more cookies for performance, functional or tracking reasons.
Further information about cookies and how they work can be read on Wikipedia, or on the Information Commissioner’s Office website.
We use some third-party analytical tools that set domain and third-party cookies.
Which cookies will be set by using this website?
This website uses Google Analytics. Follow this link to find out how Google uses data when you use its partners’ sites or apps.
Can I block cookies?
In its default setup, your web browser will accept all cookies. Privacy can be improved without compromising functionality by blocking third-party cookies. You can set your web browser to disallow cookies from this website too, but it may affect its operation now or if we introduce new features in the future. We hope that you will continue to allow cookies to help us improve the experience our website delivers.
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