Definition of cookies

Cookies are small files containing numbers or letters, that are stored on your device when you use websites or applications (computer, tablet, mobile phone or any other device with internet access). Cookies are used to make our website user friendly by remembering your preferences.

Why do we use cookies?

  • This is how we manage your preferences and improve the functioning of our service.
  • We create a secure virtual environment for the service user, detecting activities contrary to so-called fraud.
  • We create anonymous statistics to help us understand how users use the site so that we can improve its structure and content.
  • For advertising and marketing purposes, which we use to identify which services or products, you have viewed and to display advertisements most relevant to your activity on our site.

Types of cookies we use

Depending on the context or product, we use cookies and similar technologies for the following purposes:

  • Remembering your preferences and settings – this type of cookie is stored on your device’s browser and used each time you visit our website. It helps us to remember your settings and preferences so that your next visit to our website is more convenient.
  • Functionality – this type of cookie allows us to keep track of your browsing activities and use the session to access the site and its features. They are essential for navigating our website and using its functionality. A browser session begins when the browser window is opened and ends when the browser is closed. Session cookies are created temporarily, so when you close your browser all session cookies are deleted.
  • Location – this type of cookie allows the information displayed to be tailored to the users’ locations.
  • Media player – flash player cookies, for the duration of the session.
  • Security – this type of cookie allows us to detect misuse of authentication.
  • Monitoring – these types of cookies are used to monitor traffic on our website, i.e. data analysis, including Google Analytics cookies, which are used by Google to analyse how users use our website. We use them to produce statistics and reports on how the website is performing. If you would like to find out more about how cookies work, please visit:
  • Advertising – these types of cookies are used for marketing purposes, including targeting users with behavioral advertising.

Third party cookies

Our website contains so-called external third-party cookies. External cookies are cookies which enable cooperation with external companies or websites.

External cookies used by our website are used to:

  • Link to social media sites (e.g. Facebook), which can then use information about individual user’s visits to profile advertisements on other sites.
  • Provide analytics companies with data on users’ behaviour.
  • Provide advertisers with information about individual users’ visits so that agencies can present users with adverts tailored to their interests.

Our website may contain links to other websites or applications, including websites or applications of our business partners. Please note that third party websites may also use cookies. We have no control over third party websites and we are not responsible for the cookies you collect or access. When clicking on a link or application, please note that each has its own cookies policy. For this reason, please read their privacy policy before using other sites.

User’s consent for cookies

Cookies can be controlled and managed in various ways. However, please note that deleting or disabling them may affect the operation of this website – it may limit its performance. If cookies are not necessary for our website to function properly, we ask the user to give their consent on the first visit. Consent is granted or refused by clicking on the “Settings” button at the “Manage cookie consent” banner. The user can also manage the cookie settings in their own browser. Details of such options can be found under the link Your consent or refusal to use cookies is limited to the site on which this notice is posted and does not apply to other sites that may be linked to it. For additional information regarding cookies used by other sites, please refer to the privacy or cookies policies posted on those sites.

You have the option to object to the use of cookies by changing your settings. By default, your web browsing software allows cookies to be placed on your device. You can change this in your browser’s settings, to block the automatic handling of cookies or to inform you each time they are sent to your terminal device. You can also use the setting parameters in this way to manage your consent to the placement of cookies by our business partners and other third parties.

How to disable and manage cookies

How to disable cookies or change their settings in the browser? You will find out below, depending on the type of browser you are using. Restricting the use of cookies may affect some of the functionalities available on the website.

The most popular browsers


Go to “Settings”, then to “Applications”, find the desired application and within this application search for the place where memory is managed and click on the “clear memory” (this can also be called a cache) or “clear application data” command. The cache is any data that is supposed to speed up the operation of the application, such as downloaded images. Application data is all data and settings (including login data) that have been stored in memory.

Other mobile devices

Changing the cookies policy

Atmoterm S.A. reserves the right to change or update this cookies policy at any time, without prior notice. Users are encouraged to review this cookies policy each time they use the site to keep up to date with any changes.

Contact details

For further information, including assistance in the implementation of your rights, we encourage you to contact us and for this purpose, please use the contact form on our website or e-mail: