Privacy Policy

In compliance with the provisions of Regulation 2016/679/EU, of 27 April, on data protection, and Organic Law 3/2018, of 5 December, on personal data protection and guarantee of digital rights, you are hereby provided with information regarding the processing of your personal data obtained or collected through this website.


  1. Who is the data controller?


The data controller responsible for processing the personal data collected through the website is Ecoplanta Molecular Recycling Solutions S.L. (hereinafter, Ecoplanta), with Tax ID code B67143289 and registered office at Passeig Zona Franca 48, 08038 Barcelona, Spain.


The website contains different links to platforms and web pages managed by third parties, which offer common services to companies of the group to which Ecoplanta belongs. These web pages have their own Privacy Policy which details the data controller of the data processing and its purposes.


  1. What categories of data are processed? What is the purpose and legal basis for the processing of your personal data? For how long?


You do not need to provide us with any personal data or register as a user if you simply want visit to the website and browse through its different sections. However, we remind you that cookies may be installed on the device you use to access the website. You can learn more about the cookies we use, your consent settings, and how you can disable them in our Cookie Policy.


Our website,, contains a contact form which is used to collect identification and contact data that will be processed for the purpose of managing any requests, queries or complaints you make, for the purpose of processing them internally and, where appropriate, to provide you with an answer. The legal basis is your consent.


Your personal data will be retained for the time necessary to respond to your request or inquiry. It will then be kept blocked for an additional 3 years to cover any possible legal liabilities. Once this period has elapsed, the personal data will be permanently deleted.


  1. What security measures have been adopted to protect personal data?


Ecoplanta will process personal information with the strictest confidentiality. Furthermore, it has implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures to guarantee the security of the information and prevent its destruction, loss, unlawful use and unlawful alteration. In determining these measures, criteria such as the scope, context and purposes of processing, state of the art and existing risks were considered.


  1. Who do we share your data with?


Your data will be processed by the different departments of Ecoplanta involved in processing your request so it can be properly managed.


Ecoplanta uses service providers to perform certain tasks, such as technology service providers. These service providers act as data processors and may be replaced over time. In any case, Ecoplanta guarantees through the signing of agreements that these processors comply with appropriate security measures and follow the controller’s instructions when processing the personal data to which they have access.


To ensure an efficient service, some of our providers are located in countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) or if located in the EEA, they may share the information with other entities located outside this region. Ecoplanta guarantees that:



Ecoplanta may transfer your personal data to:


  • Public authorities, courts, tribunals, among others, at their request, in order to comply with a legal obligation.
  • Companies of the business group to which the company belongs for the same processing purposes described above, based on legitimate interest, respecting in all cases the security measures required by current personal data protection legislation.


  1. What are your rights?


You have the following rights with regard to data protection:


Right What does it consist of?
Right of access See what personal information we have on you.
Right of rectification Change the personal information we have when it is inaccurate or incomplete.
Right to object Ask us not to process said personal information for certain specific purposes.
Right to erasure Ask us to erase said personal information.
Right to restriction Ask us to restrict the processing of said personal information, in certain circumstances.
Right to data portability Ask that we provide you with the information we have on you in a machine-readable format or that we transmit it to another controller.
Right to lodge a complaint with the competent authority Lodge a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (


You may revoke your consent at any time or exercise any of the above rights by writing to


The request should contain a copy of your national identity card (DNI) or other equivalent identification document and the minimum content stipulated in applicable legislation. If the request does not meet the specified requirements, you may be asked to correct it. Exercising these rights is free, although you may be charged a fee for requests that are baseless, excessive or repetitive.


  1. Social media


As a general rule, Ecoplanta’s corporate profiles on social media (Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.) are for information purposes only. If you provide us with data when making an inquiry or request through a private message on social media, the personal data provided will be used exclusively to respond to the request made, in the terms set forth in this Policy. We remind you not to include your own or third-party personal data (such as emails addresses, name, telephone number or contract number) through open messages on any social media. If you are not sure whether or not your message can be read by third parties, we advise you to contact us through another channel.


  1. Changes to this policy


This policy may be reviewed by Ecoplanta at any time. Remember to check it from time to time. If any of the changes substantially alter the processing of your data or your consent is required for any new processing, you will be informed of these changes in order to obtain your consent again in those cases in which it is necessary.



Privacy Policy updated 18 February 2022