WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a small data file that is downloaded to your device (computer, smartphone or tablet) when you access a website and allows the owner of the site to store or recover information about how you browse.
AZ SERVICIOS URBANOS Y MEDIO AMBIENTE, S.L.U. wants to provide you with the necessary information about the cookies used on our Website to enable you to make a fully informed decision regarding their use and with respect to the protection of your privacy.
COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITE
WHAT KIND OF COOKIES DOES THIS WEBSITE USE?
The cookies used are classified into several categories, although a cookie may be included in more than one category:
- First-party cookies: cookies sent to your device from our Website.
- Third-party cookies: cookies sent to your device from a domain that is managed not by AZ SERVICIOS URBANOS Y MEDIO AMBIENTE, S.L.U. This webpage uses analytical cookies from Google.
- Technical cookies: enable navigation through our Website and the use of its options or services, such as controlling traffic and data communication, identifying the session, accessing restricted areas or using security features during browsing.
- Analytical cookies: used to monitor and analyse user behaviour. This type of cookie allows us to measure the activity on our Website using aggregated or statistical information about browsing habits. This Website uses analytical cookies, some of which are provided by Google Analytics
HOW CAN YOU MANAGE COOKIES?
Internet browsers allow you to view, disable, restrict, block and remove cookies. The links below explain how to configure cookies in the main browsers, but we recommend you consult your browser’s Help feature for detailed, up-to-date information for your browser version and device.
Internet Explorer Version 7 and 8
Internet Explorer Version 9
Internet Explorer Version 10
Safari ™ (iPhone, iPad, Mac and other Apple devices)
Also, please note that some browsers allow you to browse in private or incognito mode, which means that cookies are installed on the device but they are deleted automatically when the browsing session ends.