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GDPR and Cookies

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

Envac collects and stores your personal information as part of our business. It is important for us that you feel comfortable with us handling your personal information with respect to your integrity, and that you are aware of your rights regarding the handling of your information.

If you have questions regarding how Envac works with integrity- and data protection, or which to read our updated and complete terms in accordance with the GDPR and our processing, contact us by sending us an e-mail to helloenvacgroup@envac.se

If your matter of issue is addressed to one of our local offices, your e-mail will be redirected to the appropriate office. If you wish to contact one of our local offices directly, you will find all information needed on our website. The information is being stored in our systems until the question is marked as resolved. When your matter is marked as resolved, we will delete the information.

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new legislation that take effect on May 25th, 2018. The ambition of the legislation is to strengthen the protection of your personal information and simultaneously create a uniform set of regulations for all countries that is part of the European Union. It is important for us that you feel comfortable with us handling your personal information.

Cookies on Envac web sites

We use cookies on all our web sites. According to the Swedish Law, Electronic Communications Act, which entered into force on 25 July 2003, a person visiting a web site that is using cookies, must be made aware of the cookies. 

A cookie is a a text file which the website you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to provide a visitor with access to various functions. The information in the cookie can be used to monitor a user’s surfing.

There are two kinds of cookies. One kind saves a file on your computer for a long time. This is used, for example, for functions that tell you what is new since the user last visited that particular website.

The other kind of cookie is called a session cookie. During the time you surf a site, this cookie is saved temporarily in the memory of your computer, for example to keep track of what language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored for a long time on your computer, but disappear when you close your web browser.

If you do not want to accept cookies, your web browser can be set so that you automatically deny the storage of cookies or are informed every time a website requests to be allowed to store a cookie. Previously stored cookies can also be deleted through the web browser.

Visit the web browser’s help pages for more information. Remember that functions on the web site might not perform as intended if cookies are not accepted.

Read more about the law on The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency (PTS)