1.1. This privacy policy of the Website available at (further referred to as: the “Website”) is of informational nature, which means it does not impose any obligations on the Website Users. The Website user is a person or entity defined in point 1.5.4 of the Terms of Use (further referred to as: the “User”)

1.2. Data collected via the Website are administered by VIVE TEXTILE Recycling Sp. z o.o., seated at Karola Olszewskiego 6, 25-663 Kielce, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register under NCR number 0000089969; the district court in which the company’s documentation is stored is: District Court in Kielce, X Registration Business Division; NIP: 657-008-10-33; REGON: 290508529; electronic mail address: sklep@… – further referred to the “Administrator” and being also a Website Provider.

1.3. Personal data of the Recipient are processed in accordance with the personal data protection act of August 29, 1997  (Book of Laws 2014.1182 with lat. amend.) (further referred to as: Personal data protection act) and the Electronic services act of July 18, 2002  (Book of Laws 2013, 1422).

1.4. The administrator assures the due degree of professional care to protect the interests of persons whom the data relate to, and in particular ensures that the data collected by him are processed legally; that they are gathered for lawful purpose and not subjected to further unlawful processing; that they are substantially correct and adequate to the purpose for which they are processed, and stored in the form allowing the identification of the persons related to it, for a time not longer than it is necessary to attain the purpose of storage.

1.5. Any words, expressions and acronyms used herein that begin with a capital letter (e.g. Provider, User, Website, Electronic Service) shall be defined as provided in the Terms of Use accessible at the Website.


2.1. The purpose, scope and recipients of data processed by the Administrator at all times result from the actions taken by the User on the Website, according to, and within the scope of its functionality, i.e. to provide the Electronic Service via the Website, i.e. the account service and the Question Form service. Personal data of the User can also be used by the Provider to establish contact by the Sales Department, which the contact may be further used to negotiate the terms, the signing and the execution of any eventual Sales Agreement, and also for the purpose of directly marketing products or services of the Administrator.

2.2. The Administrator may process the following personal data of Users using the Website: name; company name, country, email address; phone number. In the case of non-consumer Users, the Administrator can additionally process the User’s company name.

2.3. The providing of personal data referred to above may be necessary to process the Request for Quotation or an agreement to provide the Electronic Service at the Website. The scope of data necessary to sign an agreement is indicated at the Website and in the Terms of Use at all times.


3.1. Cookies files are small text information in the form of text files, sent by the server and saved by the visitor’s system (e.g. at his personal computer’s, laptop’s hard disc or at a memory card of his mobile devices – depending on the type of device used by the visitor). Detailed information regarding the Cookies and its history can be found here, for example:

3.2.  The Administrator may process data contained in the Cookies files while the visitors use the Website, for the following purpose:

  • identifying the Users as logged into the Website, and showing that they are logged;
  • storing the Products added to the cart to submit a Request for Quotation;
  • storing data from the Question Form or questionnaires submitted, or logging data of the Website;
  • adapting the contents of the Website to individual preferences of the User (e.g. regarding colors, font, layout) and optimizing the use of the Website;
  • managing anonymous statistics regarding the way of using the Website.

3.3. By standard, the majority of generally available web browsers accept saving Cookies files. Anyone can define the terms of using Cookies files by adapting his browser’s settings. This means that it is possible to partially limit (e.g. temporarily) or completely disable the Cookies storing functionality – though in the latter case, it can impact some of the features of the Website (it may, for instance, be impossible to complete the Question Form due to the failure to store the Products from the cart throughout subsequent Order steps).

3.4. Cookies settings of the web browser are important for the legal issue of the consent to use Cookies by our Website – according to regulations in force, such consent may also be expressed by adjusting web browser settings. In the case of lack of such consent, the Cookie settings at the web browser must be adjusted appropriately.

3.5. Detailed information on changing Cookies files settings and deleting them in the generally available web browsers are available at the Help section of the given web browser, and in this document (click the following link):

3.6. The Administrator also processes anonymous operating data related to using the Website (the so called logs – IP address, domain) for generating statistics helpful in administering the Website. These data are of collective and anonymous nature, i.e. they cannot be used to identify persons visiting the Website. The logs are not disclosed to third parties.


4.1. Personal data is provided by the Users at their own discretion, though a failure to provide the data indicated at the Website and in the Terms of Use that are necessary to provide the Electronic Service renders it impossible for the Provider to provide any services.

4.2. The basis for processing personal data of the User is the necessity of executing the agreement which he entered, or the taking of any actions at his request before entering it. In the case of processing data for the purpose of directly marketing own products or services of the Administrator, the basis for such processing is (1) a consent of the User, or (2) fulfilling legally justified aims attained by the Administrator (pursuant to art. 23 item 4 of the personal data protection act, a legally justified aim is, in particular, direct marketing of own products of services of the Administrator.


5.1. The user has the right to access his own personal data and to correct them.

5.2. Any person has the right to control the processing of the data related to him, contained in the data system of the Administrator, and in particular the right to: request supplementation or update, correction of personal data, temporary or permanent suspension of their processing, or deleting them if they are incomplete, invalid, untrue or were collected in contravention to the Act on personal data protection, or have ceased to be useful for the purpose for which they were collected.

5.3. In the case the User consents to process the data for the purpose of directly marketing own products or services of the Administrator, such consent may be withdrawn at any time.

5.4. In the case the Administrator intends to process or processes data of the User for the purpose of directly marketing own products or services of the Administrator, the person to whom the data relate may also (1) file a written and justified request to cease processing the data due to his extraordinary situation, or to (2) raise an objection against the processing of data.

5.5. For the purpose of executing the rights defined above, the Administrator may be contacted by sending a written notification by email to the Administrator’s address stated in the beginning of this policy.


1.1. The Website may contain links to other websites. The Administrator recommends that privacy policies of those other websites are read. This privacy policy applies only to the Website.

1.2. The Administrator applies technical and organizational means ensuring the protection of the personal data processed, which correspond to the threats and the category of data protected, and in particular protects the data from their disclosure to unauthorized parties, from collection by an unauthorized party, from processing in contravention to regulations in force, and from changing, altering, damage or destruction.

1.3. The Administrator provides the following technical means for preventing disclosure and modification of personal electronic data by unauthorized parties:

  • Securing the data system from unauthorized access.
  • Access to the Account only by providing individual login and password.




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