In compliance with UK & EU law for data protection & GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), The Durham Company Ltd and it’s trading style Max Recycle are committed to protecting your privacy.
In order to successfully deliver our range of services, we may request certain detailed information when you engage with us or contract any of our services. The personal data we request may include:
Data is collected through various digital and physical methods, including when you or your business:
We may also collect personal data from various other sources such as public resources, databases, credit agencies, government agencies or other service providers where necessary.
How we use your data
You are not required to provide us with your personal and/or business data, however withholding all or part of your personal data may prevent us from delivering our services to you. This is because certain personal, business & financial data is required to successfully deliver our services, process requests made with us, deal with enquiries or complaints, and contact you in relation to your contract or services with us.
If you choose to withhold information and we are unable to deliver our services to you, we will notify you accordingly to request permission to collect the required data from you.
The data we collect may be used for the following permitted purposes:
Legal use of personal and/or business data
In line with the above permitted purposes for using your data, data may be used to comply with our legal obligations such as accounting, tax purposes, record keeping or other legal requirements. We may process your data to legally fulfil our contracted services with you and/or your business. Legal use of your data may also include processing data for third party recipients where it is necessary to provide them with your data, provided use of your data is not overridden by your expressed consent, interests, rights and freedoms.
Your data is retained by us for as long as it is required to fulfil our contract with you, as well as to create a record of past contracts or financial transactions with you and/or your business. Your data will be deleted from our records when you request us to do so, when it is no longer required or when we are no longer legally required to keep such data. In the event of a legal issue such as an insurance claim or complaint, we will retain your data until we are confident the issue has been successfully resolved or settled and data is no longer required.
We use your data in line with the purpose of why you provided your personal data to us. We only send marketing communications where you have expressly opted-in or given consent to receiving such communications through the channels you accept to receive them by.
These communications may include: customer surveys, questionnaires, market analysis, digital or physical marketing campaigns, competitions, contests or promotional projects, events and exhibitions.
We may also use your data to provide communications tailored to your interests or preferences, creating a user profile of you and/or your business solely for the purpose of marketing.
You have the right to opt-out of receiving any marketing communications from us. You can contact us at any time to opt-out of our communications if you do not want to receive further marketing related communications from us.
Your privacy is very important to us and we take appropriate precautions to prevent your data from misuse or theft. All data is processed confidentially and securely in line with our internal data procedures. These procedures include the storage, disclosure of and access to personal data both digital (e.g. IT and other technological systems) and physical (e.g. contracts or printed paper files).
We do not automatically share your data with third parties unless we are required to do so legally or have your expressed consent to do so. Circumstances for sharing your data may include:
Data may also be shared in line with your expressed consent, permission or direction to do so, or where we are legally required by law, regulations, judicial, or official requests, and/or as required for investigating fraudulent or criminal activities.
You are free to request a copy of your data which we hold about you, to update the information we hold or to restrict or object to how we use your personal and/or business data.
To request a copy of the data we hold, please send us an email detailing your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we have verified your identity in accordance with how we use your data, we will provide you with a copy of any data we have regarding you and/or your business.
You can request your data be deleted at any time by contacting us at the address below or emailing email@example.com, detailing your request.
Certain contractual terms and conditions may have to be took into consideration before deleting you from our records to avoid loss or service or breach of contract. Once we receive your request, we will contact you to confirm your data will be deleted from our systems.
Any email newsletter and digital marketing materials we may send out have the option within each item to ‘opt out’ or ‘unsubscribe’. You are free to unsubscribe at any time, after which you will no longer receive any marketing materials from us. To start receiving marketing materials again, you will need to opt-in or re-submit your details to us.
If you require your data to be updated, please send us an email detailing your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we have verified your identity in accordance with how we use your data, we will update our records in line with the details you provide for you and/or your business. We will not be held responsible for any losses as a result of incorrect, inaccurate, incomplete or deficient data which is provided to us by you or your business.
We are responsible for the personal data you provide us. We respect the privacy of every individual who visits our website(s) and will protect that information provided to us from misuse, unauthorised access, disclosure or alteration.
In order to successfully deliver our range of services to you, we may request certain detailed information during your visit to our website.
The information you provide through our web site can be used in the following ways:
Any information that we collect from you, your business and/or organisation will not be passed to any third party without your expressed consent, other than those listed above or when we are legally required to do so. We do not collect sensitive data relating to your race, sexual orientation, religious or political interests. If any data breach is experienced we will notify you immediately.
We only collect relevant data for contacting you with marketing communications (if opted-in) and/or for replying to contact requests. You have the right at any time to request from us what information is held about you, with the option to correct or update any inaccuracies.
We protect all data stored on our website in strict accordance with current EU data protection directives. Any private, personal or contact detail information you provide to us is held on secure computer servers within the United Kingdom using SSL encryption, which ensures the data we store is processed lawfully and fairly.
Website contact requests & request a call
When using our form to request for us to contact you, your data will only be used to contact you via your preferred contact method. This data is kept private and is only used in relation to your contact request, we do not pass on your data to any third party. Your data will be held indefinitely or until you request us to delete your data from our systems. By filling in our contact form and clicking submit, you are providing consent for us to store and use your data in line with your contact request.
Website cookies data
Website analytics data
Our website uses Google Analytics to track and collect basic data relating to website visitors. This data does not collect your personal information. Data collected comprises of which pages you visit, how many times you visit our website, the location of your internet provider (via IP address), internet traffic source (where you visited us from, i.e. direct or through a referral), type of device (desktop, mobile etc), as well as any data you have already agreed to Google collecting via your account(s) with them.
Any email address you supply to us is only used for the purposes of replying to you, unless you have given consent to being added to our newsletter or mailing list for marketing communications, or any other purpose you have expressly consented to.
Links to other websites
Sedgeletch Industrial Estate
Tyne & Wear
T: 0845 026 0026
F: 0845 026 0025