Data Privacy

We, the BWT (please find the contact details here), are delighted that you want to visit our website. As we attach great importance to the protection of your personal data and privacy, we would like to explain, also from a legal standpoint, what information we collect and what measures are taken to protect your data.

1. General

“Personal information” is data that, when submitted, is able to determine your identity or enables your identity to be determined. “Only indirectly personally identifiably information” is data by which clients, service providers or recipients of a communication cannot determine the identity of a specific individual using means that are permitted by law. “Non-personal information” is anonymised and cannot, under any circumstances, be attributed to specific individuals and is therefore information that is not subject to the Privacy Policy governing personal data.

2. What personal data do we collect, process or use?

Your personal data will be used exclusively for the purposes stipulated in this Privacy Policy and to the extent required for such. We will not disclose your data without your consent, unless such disclosure is required in the cases illustrated in this Privacy Policy or those covered by mandatory national legislation. The use of specific services on our website, i.e. user account, newsletter, contact form, may require prior registration and further processing of personal data. However, we will only use this data if you have knowingly supplied it to us and have explicitly provided your consent for it to be used. In these cases, therefore, we will request your consent clearly and unambiguously on our site and provide additional information via a hyperlink at the relevant place on the site.

3. Access, correction and deletion of personal data

You can access information regarding the personal data stored by us at any time. You can also view your user account to check, correct or delete any data you have submitted. If it is not possible to delete your information, or if deletion is only possible at a later date for legal or commercial reasons, such data will be blocked. If you want to permanently delete your user account, any data stored in your user account will be automatically deleted in its entirety. You can also withdraw your consent for the use of your personal data at any time, in writing. You may also address your concerns (information on the storage of personal data, changes, deletion, withdrawal, etc.) to us by post to:

BWT House, The Gateway Centre, Coronation Road, High Wycombe
UK-HP12 3SU Buckinghamshire, T.: +44 01494 8381 00,
E-Mail: [email protected]

Please note that we can only provide information on personal data if you present the appropriate proof of identity.