Terms and Conditions of use
Access to the Enviroware srl (“Enviroware”) web site implies that the visitor is aware of the following conditions.
The following web sites (the “Sites”) are exclusive property of Enviroware:
By using the Sites, including the download of any material from them, you accept the terms and conditions set forth in this notice. If you do not agree to them do not use the Sites or download any materials from it.
The contents of the Sites are copyright Enviroware. All rights reserved. Any content cannot be reproduced, by any means and for whatever purpose, without prior written permission by Enviroware.
The Enviroware brand, logos, distinctive denominative and figurative signs displayed on the Sites are property of Enviroware.
Even if Enviroware has put maximum diligence in preparing the contents of the Sites, the information provided through the Sites may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors. Also, it is not guaranteed that the contents of the Sites are constantly updated. Improvements and changes to products described on the Sites can be made by Enviroware without notice.
All information on the Sites is supplied without any express warranty and suitability for any particular purpose. Concerning this information, Enviroware will not under any circumstances be liable for any loss of income, profit, business, contracts or goodwill or any indirect or financial loss suffered by a party, whether arising in contract, negligence or otherwise.
Enviroware does not assume any responsibility for the contents of websites that may be linked from the Sites and for the contents of web sites that provide a link to the Sites.
Visiting any linked site is at your own risk and Enviroware assumes no responsibility for viruses or other damages that may arise.
Information from you
Any information sent spontaneously to Enviroware, excluding your personal data, shall be freely usable by Enviroware. This includes the right for Enviroware to reproduce, disclose, display, transform, create derivative works and distribute the materials to others without limitation.
Information collected from your navigation of the Sites could be stored in log files and processed for statistical purposes and analysis of Sites’ performance.
Law and Jurisdiction
The Italian laws shall apply in case of any dispute arising from these terms and conditions. The Court of Monza, Italy, is the exclusive competent court. Enviroware reserves the right to take legal proceedings also in other countries than Italy to protect its interests.
The Proprietor of personal data pursuant to the law is:
Via Dante, 142
20863 Concorezzo (MB)
We assure integrity and security of your personal data. You can at any time exercise your rights pursuant to Art. 7 Legislative Decree 196/2003. For further information regarding the recording of your personal details if these were provided to us for a specific purpose, in accordance with Art. 13 of Law 675/96, you can contact the Manager of Personal Data at the above address.