Cookies Policy

The aim of this Cookies Policy is to inform visitors of our website about the nature, function and use of cookies, and to assist them in their choice of computer settings. For more about how we collect and use your personal information and how you can exercise your statutory data subject rights please refer to our privacy notice.


What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files installed on the hard disk of an internet user’s computer when he or she visits a website.

They are randomly allocated alphanumeric characters identifying a visitor so that the website manager can see whether that visitor has already browsed the website, and track the frequency of those visits and the visitor’s preferences. Cookies can also keep you connected, remember your preferences and provide you with relevant local information. Cookies do not introduce viruses. Once allocated, they do not search the internet user’s equipment for personal information. 


How are cookies used?
Our website use the following cookies that may collect and use personal information about you:

Functional Cookies: These cookies are necessary (like session identifiers) for the smooth and secure browsing of our website and the use of its main functionalities. Once disabled, some browsing functionalities of this website might be impaired. 

Analytic/performance cookies: These cookies are used to enhance and analyze the performance of our website but are non-essential to its use. These cookies may collect information that is used either in aggregate form to help us understand how our website is being used, the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns, or to help us customize our website for you. Your rejection of these cookies will not affect the quality of the browsing experience. 

Shared or third party cookies: These third party cookies allow you to share content from our website with others, or to express an opinion about one of the website or its content. These cookies may also contain links for sharing on social networks. To find out more about third party cookies, you can consult the information given on the third pares’ websites about the installation of their cookies and their rules on data protection; we remind you, however, that Veolia cannot interfere with such cookies in any way. Your rejection of these cookies will not affect the quality of the browsing experience.

Managing your cookies
The visitor has various options when it comes to managing, accepting or rejecting cookies, and can express his or her choice at any me by using the following methods. Besides the cookies options we offered in this page, you may also block the necessary cookies by changing your browser settings. As the means by which you can refuse cookies through your web browser controls vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser’s help menu for more information. Please note that when you turn off the Cookies or turn on “Do-Not-Track” function on your browser, the Cookies would not continue to collect your personal information and accordingly certain features of the Website that were designed to give you a good experience in browsing our Website might be disabled.

You may also contact us to change your cookies settings via the contact information contained in our privacy notice.