In this information regarding data protection we provide you with mandatory information about how your personal data is treated. In regard to this treatment, we comply with the applicable data protection legislation, specifically with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation («GDPR»).
Who is responsible for treating the personal data? The responsible party of the treatment of your personal data is Ursa Ibérica Aislantes, S.A., residing at Paseo de Recoletos, 3, 28004 Madrid. Any mention of Ursa in this data protection notice refers to the aforementioned entity. You can contact our data protection coordinator through the options listed above or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
What data do we treat? For what purposes and on what legal grounds do we treat your personal data? We would like to tell you about the products, services, offers, and promotions available from URSA IBÉRICA AISLANTES, S.A. via any selected means, be it email, telephone, or text. Based on the selection of one or more contact channels, we will process the necessary data included in your contact form, at the very least your surname, name, and contact information (postal address, email, telephone number, SMS) which you have selected. We will treat the personal data in accordance with the consent you have granted and in accordance with Article 6 (1) a) of the GDPR.
¿Existe la obligación de facilitar los datos personales? ¿Puedo retirar mi consentimiento? You state to be in agreement and freely choose the means of contact to be used. Therefore, you have no obligation to provide any personal data. To respond to your information request and enquiry we need you to complete the mandatory fields in the contact form. You can withdraw your consent at any time, without having to give any reason, this will come into future effect. You just have to contact us. In each email you will also find a link to unsubscribe.
¿Quién tiene acceso a los datos personales? We will never sell your email, address, or other contact details to third parties. The data will only be transferred if there is a need to send you other information. In this regard, we can also reach out to third party service providers or other companies within our group, taking into account the applicable legal regulations. We will only share your data with the following recipient categories to prepare and send you our information:
We may also transfer data to other recipients (such as public authorities) if we are obliged to transfer your personal data for any legal causes that we may be subject to.
Do we use automated decision-making? We do not usually use automated decision-making (including profile creation) during our direct marketing actions, in regard to Article 22 of GDPR. If in the future we use these types of procedures, we will individually inform each of the interested parties, in accordance with the applicable legal provisions.
Is data sent to countries outside of the EU or the EEA? Personal data will be exclusively treated within the European Union or the European Economic Area. We have no intention of transferring your personal data to other countries.
How long is the data stored for? We usually store personal data for as long as there is a legitimate interest in keeping it and there is no prevailing interest from the interested party in abstaining from the treatment of said data. Even if there is no longer a legitimate interest, we can still store the data if there is a legal obligation to do so (for example, to meet with any legal withholding obligations). Even if the interested party takes no specific action, we will remove personal data when it no longer needs to be stored for the purposes for which it was collected or treated, or if for whatever reason the law no longer permits for it to be stored. This means that in regard to the treatment of the aforementioned data we will keep your personal data on record until you revoke your consent or otherwise inform us that you no longer wish to receive information from us. In these cases, we may also keep your personal data to ensure that we do not contact you again after you have declared your disagreement or objection thereto («blacklist»). In the case of personal data having to be stored to meet any legal obligations, this data will be kept until the end of the corresponding legal term. In the case of the personal data treatment being carried out to exclusively comply with any legal obligations, access to said data is usually restricted so that the data is only available upon request for the purposes of said obligation.
What are your rights as an interested party with this data treatment? As an interested party of the data treatment you may:
The rights mentioned above may be communicated to us by you sending a notice via any of the contact details listed in the first page of this data protection information document.
If you need additional information you can also contact our data protection coordinator by sending an email to: email@example.com.
The interested party may also file a claim regarding how their personal data is processed with the competent controlling authority, in accordance with Article 77 of the GDPR.
Thank you for visiting this Web Page. We are committed to protecting your personal data and to our compliance with the applicable data protection legislation, specifically the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation («GDPR»).
In this personal data information document, we explain what information (including personal data) we treat from your visit and the use of the aforementioned digital promotion («Web Page») for our commercial relations.
El responsable del tratamiento de los datos personales es Ursa Ibérica Aislantes, S.A., con domicilio en The responsible party of the treatment of personal data is Ursa Ibérica Aislantes, S.A., residing at Paseo de Recoletos, 3, 28004 Madrid. Any mention of «we» or «us» in this data protection notice refers to the aforementioned entity.
You can contact our data protection coordinator at the aforementioned postal address or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
To comply with the applicable data protection legislation, we will only process your personal data if we have the legal authority to do so or if you have granted us with your consent. The latter is also applicable to the treatment of personal data for marketing purposes.
Through this page we may collect information that does not allow us to make direct conclusions about you as a person. However, on some occasions (especially when combined with other data) this information may be considered as «personal data» in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation. Likewise, we may also collect information on this web page that does not allow us to identify you, neither directly nor indirectly, such as in the case of data added regarding a group of website users.
You can access our web page without entering any personal data (such as your name, postal address, or email). However, in this case, we still have to process certain information to allow you to access the web page. We use analysis systems on this website and have also integrated some social plugins.
Log files: When you visit this web page, our server stores the domain name or IP address of the requesting computer (usually your internet provider’s computer) which includes the data, time, and duration of your visit, the subpages/URLs that you have visited, and information about the apps or devices that you use to access our page.
Facebook Social Plugin: We have included a button for the social media platform Facebook (1601 South California Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94304, USA – www.facebook.com) on our Web Page. Facebook buttons are recognised by the Facebook logo or the “Like” button.
Twitter button: Our website uses Twitter buttons. These buttons are provided by Twitter Inc, 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, California 94107, USA. They are recognised as they include terms such as «Twitter» or «Follow», along with an image of a blue bird. These buttons can be used to share a post or promotional page on Twitter or to follow a provider on Twitter. When you access the area of our web page with this button, your browser establishes direct contact with the Twitter servers. The content of the Twitter button is sent directly from Twitter to your browser. Therefore, we do not interfere with the data that Twitter collects through these tools and the information that we provide you with is all that is available to us. This means that when the button is acquired only your IP address and our web page URL will be sent and they will not be used for any other purpose other than viewing the button. For more information we refer you to the Twitter data protection policy at http://twitter.com/privacy.
Information options and enquiries.
We offer plenty of information and enquiry options that can be accessed through the contact form on our web page. Based on the option you select; we treat different types of personal data.
7.1 Information by mail/email.
If you request to be sent information, we will process the data included in the contact form. This includes, at least, your name, surname, and the details of your selected contact method (postal mail and/or email) for the sole reason of sending you the requested information.
7.2 Telephone enquiry.
If you have made a request for a telephone enquiry, we will process the data included in the contact form. This includes, at least, your name, surname, and telephone number, in order to provide you with the requested telephone enquiry.
7.3 In-person enquiries.
If you have requested an in-person enquiry, we will process the data that you have provided in the contact form. This includes, at least, your name, surname, and telephone number and/or email, so that we can contact you to arrange your in-person enquiry.
We process the personal data contained in the registered files so that you can use our web page; this treatment is done in accordance with Article 6 Section 1 f) of the GDPR and the purpose thereof is of our own legitimate interest in order to operate our Web Page.
We process the data provided to make use of our information and enquiry options and to offer the selected option. We will treat the personal data in accordance with the consent you have granted and in accordance with Article 6 (1) a) of the GDPR. Bear in mind that you can revoke your consent at any time, without having to give any reason for doing so, with future effect; to do this you just have to contact us through the means specified in the first page of this data protection information document. In each email you will also find a link to unsubscribe.
We may also process your treated data in regard to your use of our web page, in compliance with our own legal obligations; this treatment is carried out under Article 6 Section 1 c) of the GDPR.
Whenever necessary, we will treat personal data (for commercial reasons or to meet our own legal obligations) for the purposes related to our legitimate interest in doing so or the legitimate interest of third parties, in accordance with Article 6 Section 1 f) of the GDPR. Legitimate interest may include:
5.1 The filing of or defence of legal action.
5.2. The prevention and investigation of crime
5.3. The management and development of our business operations, including risk management.
The data required to request information and make enquiries is specified as mandatory information in the corresponding section of the Web Page (for example, the online form). If you do not complete the mandatory information, you cannot use the corresponding function.
In the case of requesting new data, we will inform you that said data request is in adherence with legal or contractual obligations or is necessary in order to fulfil a contract. We usually let you know which information is not needed for legal or contractual obligations, or that which is not needed to fulfil any contract, and which can be provided voluntarily.
Generally, the treatment of your personal data is done at our company. Based on the different personal data categories, it may be that only some departments or specialist divisions have access to the data. These units include, specifically, digital promotion departments (such as for the web page) and our IT department. Based on the management role and rights model, access to personal data is limited to the necessary functions and means in order to comply with the specific data treatment objective.
When permitted by law, we may transfer your data to third party recipients. These third party recipients may include:
Affiliates of the Xella group, who we can send personal data to.
Service providers (in accordance with any individual contracts that they have signed with us) which offer services that include personal data treatment, as well as subcontractors of said service providers.
Public or private entities, to whom we are obliged to send your personal data to due to any legal obligations that we may be subject to.
We do not usually use automated decision-making (including profile creation), in regard to Article 22 of GDPR. If in the future we use these types of procedures, we will individually inform you, in accordance with the applicable legal provisions.
Generally, personal data will be exclusively treated within the European Union or the European Economic Area.
We have no intention of transferring your personal data to other countries. The only data that may be transferred to so-called «third countries» is when service providers are contacted to provide web analysis services. «Third countries» refer to countries outside of the European Union or the European Economic Area, in which we cannot immediately ensure that the level of data protection is comparable to that in the European Union.
If the transferred information includes personal data, we will ensure, before transferring it, that the data protection offered in the third country in question or the recipient in said third country, is adequately guaranteed. Specifically, this confirmation can be done through the European Commission’s so-called «data protection adequacy», which establishes a collective suitable level of data protection for a third country. Alternatively, data transfer can also be based on the «EU’s standard contractual clauses for data transfers» which are agreed with the recipient or (in the case of the recipient being the USA), in accordance with the principles of the «EU-US Privacy Shield». Upon request, we will be happy to provide you with additional information regarding the guarantees in place to suitably ensure the protection of your data. Our contact details are available at the start of this data protection information document. Here you can access information on the EU-US Privacy Shield: www.privacyshield.gov/list.
We usually store personal data for as long as there is a legitimate interest in keeping it and there is no prevailing interest from the interested party in abstaining from the treatment of said data. Even if there is no longer a legitimate interest, we can still store the data if there is any legal obligation to do so (for example, to meet with any legal withholding obligations). Even if the interested party takes no specific action, we will remove personal data when it no longer needs to be stored for the purposes for which it was collected or treated, or if for whatever reason the law no longer permits for it to be stored.
In regard to the aforementioned treatment, we regularly:
Remove any registered data after seven days unless the law requires for it to be stored any longer for purposes such as fraud detection or the identification and rectification of any technical faults.
We will remove the data processed during user registration or for a customer account once the registration has been cancelled or the customer account has been deleted. In the case of personal data having to be stored to meet any legal obligations, this data will be kept until the end of the corresponding legal term. In the case of the personal data treatment being carried out to exclusively comply with a legal obligation, access to said data is usually restricted so that the data is only available upon request for the purposes of said storage obligation.
As an interested party of the data treatment you may:
The rights mentioned above may be exercised by you sending a notice to us via any of the contact details listed in the first page of this data protection information document.
If you need additional information you can contact our data protection coordinator by sending an email to: email@example.com.
On the other hand, you may file a claim on how your personal data is processed with the competent controlling authority, in accordance with Article 77 of the GDPR.