The methods of collecting and processing data collected by means of cookies are specified in the “Cookies Policy” [insert link].
The publisher of the Website is SUEZ, a joint stock company (SA) registered on the register of companies of Nanterre, registration No. 433 466 570, whose head office is located at Tour CB21 16, place de l’Iris, 92040 Paris La Défense, France (hereinafter “the Publisher” or “SUEZ”).
SUEZ may amend the Policy at any time, in particular in order to comply with any regulatory, case law, editorial or technical changes. Before browsing the Website, the User must read the latest version of the Policy.
The controller of Users’ personal data is one of the following entities, depending on the case:
These entities are hereinafter referred to individually as a “SUEZ Entity” and collectively as the “SUEZ Entities”.
The data controller will be the SUEZ Entity referred to below, depending on the purpose of the request indicated in the contact form:
All questions, requests and whistleblowing claims concerning ethics or human rights must be submitted via the “Ethics and vigilance” form provided for that purpose. The name of the data controller and the methods of processing the data collected by means of this form are specified in the “Privacy notice”.
All requests to exercise Users’ rights must be submitted via the “Data subject’s rights” form provided for that purpose. The name of the data controller and the methods of processing the data collected by means of this form are specified in the “Data subject’s rights privacy notice”.
All this data will be referred to collectively hereinafter as the "Data".
The Data is collected for the following purposes:
Compulsory fields to be filled in on the contact form are marked by an asterisk. If the compulsory fields are not filled in, SUEZ will be unable to answer your request.
Data processing is only lawful if it is carried out on one of the legal basis defined by the Regulations. The legal basis of the data processing carried out in connection with the Website’s operation are the following:
The Data collected by means of the contact form are intended for the internal departments of the Entity that is the data controller responsible for answering the Users’ request.
Depending on the case, this may be the “Investor Relations”, “Human Resources” or “Communications” department etc.
The internal recipients may also be subsidiaries of the SUEZ Group located in the European Union (EU) or outside the EU, it being understood that any transfer of Data outside the EU will be carried out under the conditions specified in the Article “Transfer of Data outside the European Union”, below.
Each receiving subsidiary may be, depending on the case, the processor or controller of the Data provided.
The Data can also be transferred/used by third parties under the following conditions:
In accordance with the regulations, all Users who are natural persons have the right to access, rectify, erase, restrict processing, and to portability of their Data.
Users also have the right to define general and specific instructions for how they wish their rights to be exercised after their death.
For all processing carried out in connection with the Website, and solely in that connection, regardless of which Entity is the data controller, Users can exercise their rights
For difficulties regarding management of their personal Data by the Publisher, Users can contact the SUEZ Data Protection Officer (email address: email@example.com).
If you consider that the DPO’s response is not satisfactory, you can also lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority (in France: CNIL, 3 place de Fontenoy, TSA 80715, 75334 Paris Cedex 07, France.
The Publisher states that Users can object to processing of their personal Data, on legitimate grounds.
If processing is based on consent, Users are entitled to withdraw their consent at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is noted that if the Users exercise some of the above rights, the Publisher may be unable to take the action required to achieve the purposes described above, or Users may be unable to use some or all of the Services.
The Publisher is obliged to keep the Data collected from Users up to date. Users are therefore advised to inform the Publisher of any changes to their Data by sending an email to the following address: email@example.com.
Users’ Data will not be stored for longer than is strictly required for the purposes pursued as specified herein, in accordance with the Regulations.
In this regard,
The Data are stored in a temporary archive to enable SUEZ to defend itself in any legal proceedings or for the purposes of prevention, investigation, detection and prosecution of criminal offences, so that the Data can be made available to the judicial authority.
At the end of the temporary archiving period, Users’ Data will be permanently erased.
In addition, the Publisher may keep Data permanently on an anonymous basis for producing statistical studies. These studies will not on any account make it possible to identify the Users, and will only concern trends resulting from their aggregated Data.
The Publisher shall take appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure that the Data is secure and to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure of the Users' Data. However, the Publisher cannot guarantee that all risks of hacking, falsification, unlawful reproduction or misuse of Data have been eliminated.
The Database created when Users send a request via the contact form is strictly confidential. SUEZ SA undertakes to take all necessary precautions and appropriate organisational and technical measures to safeguard the security, integrity and confidentiality of the Data and, in particular, to prevent it being distorted or damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties.
In the event of transfer of Users’ Data to a subsidiary of the SUEZ Group or a third party located outside the European Union, SUEZ shall ensure that the European Commission has made an adequacy decision regarding the receiving country (including in case of adoption of the Privacy Shield). If not, SUEZ undertakes to restrict the transfer by appropriate legal instruments, and in particular the standard contractual clauses of the European Commission.
Users who wish to receive further information about how SUEZ protects their Data or to obtain a copy of the legal instruments introduced, can send a request to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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