Privacy policy

During the consultation of our website https://conseil-emballage.org, cookies are being left on your terminal.

You can get information about the nature of those cookies, accept them or refuse them.

What is a “cookie”?

A “cookie” is a file of limited size, usually built of numbers and letters, sent by the user’s network server to the cookie file of user’s web browser stored on your computer’s hard drive.

Purpose of the cookies used in the website
The website https://conseil-emballage.org uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • To help us recognise your browser as that of a previous visitor, and to save the preferences you set during your previous visit on the website.
  • To help us customise the content and the ads you will see during your visit on the website.
  • To help us to determine and review the effectiveness of our online content, its characteristics, publicity, and other type of communication, and to follow the analytical data on the website, as well as the visitor’s use of the website and to improve its services.

List of cookies used on the website
Google Analytics:

We use Google Analytics to collect information on how visitors use the website, and thus have a better understanding of their expectations. This process allows us to constantly improve the website.

Google Analytics records information about the pages you visit, the time of your visit, the source of the pages, etc. We do not receive, nor record any personal information such as your name or address: this cookie cannot be used to identify who you are. We do not allow Google to use or share to a third-party your navigation data of our site. The expiry shown below represents the lifespan of a cookie in your browser.

_utma
This randomly generated number is used to find out the number of unique visitors that visit our website.

Expiration: 2 years

_utmb
This randomly generated number is used (along with _utmc) to find out the average duration of the visits on our website.

Expiration: 30 minutes

_utmc
This randomly generated number is used (along with _utmb) to find out when you close your browser.

Expiration: End of session

_utmt
To contain query peaks in order to improve the user experience.

Expiration: 10 minutes

_utmz
This is a randomly generated number as well as information about how the website was reached by the visitor (through a link, organic search or sponsored search).

Expiration: 6 months

You are able to decide not to provide data via the cookies.

Google Analytics (See official website)

Other cookies used to improve the interactivity of our website

Our site employs some services offered by third-party websites that produce third-party cookies deposited by those services.

Social networks

Social networks improve the friendliness of the website and help to promote it through sharing.

  • Facebook(See official website)
  • Twitter (See official website)
  • Linkedin (See official website)

Videos
Video sharing services enhance our website with video content and increase our visibility.

  • YouTube (See official website)

Privacy
Several forms are available on the site https://conseil-emballage.org in order to collect a visitor’s data:

Purposes
The collect of the data of our website http://conseil-emballage.org aims to build up a management file of the prospects and clients of the Conseil National de l’Emballage[1].

The purpose of the file is to get in touch with the contacts that wish to have access to details, services or training course.

If you choose to give us some personal data, whether by e-mail or by filling out a form, you can be assured that we will only use the information required to satisfy your request. E-mails are being handled with the same privacy requirements than regular mails. Personal data that you provide is not shared with any other structure. In no instance the information is used to create user profiles.

Relevance of the data

In order to track the interest of prospects and customers of the Conseil National de l’Emballage at best, the file collects all information from the visitors of the site https://conseil-emballage.org regarding their identity, professional information and their activities on the website https://conseil-emballage.org. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act (loi informatique et libertés), the details concerning the racial or ethnic background, the political, philosophical or religious opinion, the union membership, the medical condition or sexual life of an individual are not collected and strictly prohibited (sensitive data).

Legality of processing and conditions applicable to consent (ART.6 AND ART.7 FROM GDPR)

The consent of a visitor’s personal data processing is systematically gotten for one or several specific purposes.

Information collected on the form is recorded in a file computerised by the Conseil National de l’Emballage with the purpose of:

  • Sending the Newsletter
  • Sending invitations of the events (breakfasts, congress…) organised by the Conseil National de l’Emballage
  • Sending services and training offers from the Conseil National de l’Emballage

Data are retained for 3 years and intended for the communication department, general management.

In accordance with the French law “Informatique et libertés”, you can exercise your right of access to your personal data and have them changed by contacting by mail: Correspondant Informatique et liberté – 251, Boulevard Pereire – 75017 Paris

or by e-mail at: c.n.e@wanadoo.fr

We would like to inform you of the existence of the “Bloctel” cold calling opposition list, on which you can register here: https://conso.bloctel.fr/

Individual’s rights (ART.16 TO 20 OF THE GDPR)

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act and the GDPR, every individual can exercise their right to access, rectify, oppose, limit the data processing, exercise their right to delete and the portability of their personal data by sending a request by mail, signed and attach a copy of their identity card, to the address of the head office of the Conseil National de l’Emballage, or by filling in the form on this page:

Request for personal data recovery and removal

The person in charge of the file, Mr Siri Bruno, will reply no later than the month following the request for access or rectification.

Security of the data and processing (ART. 32 OF THE RGPD)

Data collected on the website https://conseil-emballage.org and combined processing are hosted by the 2gci company. Only people connected with the technical or commercial department of the Conseil de l’Emballage company and its subcontractors have access to the information collected on the site https://conseil-emballage.org, via a unique and personal login of the site https://conseil-emballage.org.

Data breach and communication under 72H (ART. 33 AND ART. 34 FROM GDPR)

In the event of personal data violation or personal data suspicion of violation, the Conseil National de l’Emballage and its subcontractors will notify the CNIL[2], not later than 72 hours after they took note of it.

Personal data

In order to provide the best possible experience, good-quality informative contents, access to some information such as resources and tutorials, as well as a private area, the website visitor may be led to fill in forms, or even get connected with a password.

Thus, the information collected would be subjected to a necessary computer processing for the fulfilment of the service. Recipients of data are exclusively the employees of the Conseil National de l’Emballage.

In accordance with the French law “informatique et libertés” from January 6th, 1978, modified in 2004, you have the right to have access and rectify any personal information. To do so, you can write to the email address: c.n.e@wanadoo.fr. For lawful reasons you are also able to contest the processing of your personal data.

If you have any comments or questions, you can use the contact form below.

[1] The National Packaging Council in English, is a French moral authority bringing together the various players of the packaging value chain

[2] CNIL: National Commission on Informatics and Liberty, is an independent French administrative body that ensure that data protection law is applied

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