Conditions of use
Recupel v.z.w. provides information on this website with respect to its organisation, its field of activity and the materials for which it is qualified.
Users accept that each access to the Recupel website takes place on their own responsibility. Recupel reserves the right to change these conditions of use at any time by posting a new version on the website.
By making use of this website users undertake to comply with and accept the conditions of use. Users more particularly undertake:
- not to unlawfully use the provided information;
- not to make use of the website, causing it to be damaged, distorted, interrupted, stopped, or less efficient in any way whatsoever;
- not to use the website for the transmission or sending of computer viruses, or for the transmission or sending of material of a slanderous, obscene or threatening nature.
- not to use the website in such a way that the rights of natural or legal entities or associations, are violated such as, among others, but not limited to, the right to privacy and intellectual property.
Recupel will do its utmost to ensure that the information made available on the website is complete, accurate and up-to-date. As a result of the rapid development of the material in question, it is, however, possible that data is outdated. Recupel is not liable for direct, indirect and/or accidental damage resulting from decisions or actions, taken on the basis of inaccurate, outdated or incomplete data on the website.
The application of the data always depends on the specific nature of the case. The information provided on this website does not constitute legal or professional advice. Information does not replace advice or assistance in actual cases. Visitors to the website therefore remain fully liable for the choice of the data consulted by them and for the consequences of the use they make of the data. Recupel declines any liability for direct, indirect and/or accidental damage resulting from the use of the website.
Recupel declines any liability for direct, indirect and/or accidental damage resulting from references to other sites or links to said sites. Recupel has no control over the contents or other features of these websites or Web pages and is under no circumstances liable for their contents or features. The mere fact of inserting links by Recupel in no way implies implicit approval of the contents of the website or web pages.
Users are responsible for their user ID and password. Consequently it is recommended not to share the password with third parties.
Recupel cannot guarantee that the website is not subject to interruptions or technical faults.
This website, the logos and other components of the site are copyrighted. Copying, adapting or modifying all or part of this website, in any way whatsoever, is prohibited without the express prior approval of Recupel. Each whole or partial reproduction, presentation, adaptation, distribution or use for commercial purposes of information and logos is prohibited. Copyright violations can be prosecuted civilly and criminally.
The prior written authorisation of Recupel is required for adding a hyperlink to the Recupel website from another site.
The Recupel website is visited by visitors, members and pickup points.
- Recupel does not collect data about visitors to the website, with the exception of data communicated in the context of the collection of WEEE and its financing (contribution).
- in order to ensure seamless pickup at pickup points, Recupel requests a number of details. These details are provided on a voluntary basis by the pickup points. The collection of these details is aimed at improving the efficiency of the pickup service.
Personal information as well as details regarding transportation and declarations are secure while on the Internet.
Recupel may process the personal data it obtained in compliance with the law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy and communicate it to supervising authorities, accountants, corporate auditors and/or advisors in so far as it is useful or required for Recupel in the framework of the regulations in terms of acceptance obligation of electrical and electronic appliances.
The party that proves their identity has the right to ask, by means of a signed and dated written request addressed to the person in charge, that the data involving them be improved, completed, removed or protected. This request can be made if the data is factually incorrect, is incomplete or irrelevant for the purposes of processing or is processed in violation of the law. The requests will, if it is found to be justified, be followed up as soon as possible. Any modifications will, where necessary, be forwarded to third parties as soon as possible.
For logistics data
Users are conscious of the fact that the Internet is not a perfectly secure environment and that full privacy cannot be guaranteed. Recupel cannot be held liable for any damage suffered by the user of the website as a result of entering confidential or sensitive information.
Request for pickup
The applicant is aware of the fact that their request results in an agreement. If during the latter's execution, the persons or companies appointed by Recupel determine that the applicant fails to carry out the pickups, the latter shall pay for any damage caused.
The correspondent's attention is drawn to the fact that Recupel can save the personal details provided by them on a voluntary basis in a file. By sending an e-mail the visitor authorises Recupel to save their personal details in a file in view of automated user profiling, market research and direct mail. Information provided on a voluntary basis may be communicated to companies that are contractually bound to Recupel.
Visitors have the right to inspect and possibly correct their personal details. They have the right to oppose, free of charge, the processing of their details. The inspection, correction or opposition request is to be addressed to Recupel.
Belgian law and Belgian courts
The legal relationships between Recupel and the users of the website are fully governed by Belgian law.
Only the courts of Brussels shall be competent for any potential disputes between Recupel and the users of the website.
Disputes shall be solely governed by Belgian law.