What is a cookie?
- Improve your user experience on our website by anonymously monitoring the website visit
- Enable us to share information on social media
- Measure the effectiveness of our online marketing campaigns and to adjust our online advertisements to your interests
- This data can only be used in summarised and anonymous form and DRU Verwarming BV cannot retrace this data to a specific person
To inform you about cookies, we would first like to explain what a cookie is. A cookie is simply a small file that is sent to you together with pages from this website, and your browser stores it in the hard disc of your computer. The information stored can be sent back to our servers on your next visit to our website.
First party cookies, such as functional cookies, are cookies that the site itself installs and addresses. These are essential for enabling the site to function and they retain no personal or traceable data. Furthermore, we use session cookies to maintain settings and data applicable to you during your visit. Take for example the choice of language and the values on a filled-in form. These cookies are automatically deleted as soon as you close your web browser.
In any case, we only place these non-functional cookies after receiving your consent.
When you visit our website for the first time, we show you a message with an explanation about cookies. We always request your consent to use these cookies.
Via your browser you can disable the placement of cookies, but the result is that certain functions in our website will no longer work well.
In addition to the aforementioned cookies, our website also uses a cookie placed by the American company Google as part of the Analytics service, Google AdWords and the Google Dynamic Remarketing services. Google clearly indicates how it deals with data and information. The reason that we use these cookies is that we can keep track of how often our website is visited. We also obtain insight into how visitors use our website and furthermore, we can support you in finding the most suitable fire.
An external party will process and analyse the data that we collect. However, we have not given this party permission to use this data for purposes other than the ones we have concluded in a contract with this party. This way, we make sure that the experience of visitors to our website is continuously optimised. Google is permitted to supply this information to third parties if Google is legally required to do so or insofar that third parties process this information on behalf of Google. We have no control over this. We have permitted Google to use the Analytics information that they receive from us for other Google services.
We believe that it is reasonable to tell you that the information that Google collects is treated as anonymously as possible. Your IP-address is explicitly not provided. The information is transferred by Google to servers in the United States, where it is stored. See the Privacy Statement of Google (which could change regularly) to read what Google does with your personal data, which it processes via these cookies. Here
Social media cookies and cookies of third parties are placed by various social media websites. If you click a social media button on our website, then a social media cookie is placed. The social media party could recognise your IP-address as soon as you share a part of our website. For example, these websites include buttons to promote or share (“like” “tweet”, "share") the web pages on social networks, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube. These buttons operate by means of pieces of code that originate respectively from LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and/or Twitter. The cookies are place by means of this code. We have no control over this. Inspect the relevant privacy statements (which could change regularly) to read what these parties do with your data (and personal data) that these parties process via their cookies.
In addition, this website contains a Twitter Feed. A cookie is placed via this Twitter Feed. We have no control over this. Inspect the Twitter privacy statement (which could change regularly) to read what they do with your data (and personal data) that Twitter processes via this cookie.
The information that companies collect is mostly anonymous. The information transferred to and by LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and YouTube is stored on servers in the United States. LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and YouTube comply by the Safe Harbor principles and they have joined the Safe Harbor program of the United States Department of Commerce. This means that they maintain an appropriate level of protection for processing any personal data.
Privacy statements of third parties:
List of cookies
Below, you will find a list of cookies that have been placed by the website of DRU Verwarming BV, insofar that they do not concern functional cookies (cookies necessary for operating the website):
Re-adjusting the choice of cookies
Have you consented earlier to cookies and you want to readjust that situation or, on the contrary, you want to consent to cookies? That’s possible. Please note: this only prevents new cookies from being placed. If you also want to remove earlier placed cookies, then you can do that yourself in your browser.
More information about cookies?
The following website provides more information about cookies:
Your Online Choices: “A guide to online behavioural advertising”