Sustainability and Privacy Policy

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Sustainability Policy

Azuri Technologies is committed to being an off-grid market leader that minimises the impact of its activities on the environment through all stages of the product lifecycle.

We do this by:

  • Designing, manufacturing and delivering products that are safe, simple to use, have good lifetime characteristics and facilitate end-of-life treatment.
  • Extending the useful lifetime of products where practicable, by ensuring that replacement parts and service are available to our customers, and by refurbishing and re-using unwanted products.
  • Promoting the recovery, recycling and responsible end-of-life treatment of our products throughout the distribution chain from warehouse to customer.
  • Investing in technology, systems, and our distribution partners so that we can efficiently deliver support and service close to our customers.
  • Selecting and working with supplier, logistics and distribution partners that share our ambitions and expectations for minimising the social and environmental risks of our (and their) products and services.
  • Participating in industry and market initiatives which support the development of appropriate infrastructure for the recycling and end-of-life treatment of solar off-grid products.
  • Meeting or exceeding applicable legislative requirements that relate to Azuri wherever we operate.

Over and above these key elements of our policy, we continuously seek ways of improving the sustainability of our business and communicating this to our employees and partners.

Cookie Policy

In order to provide the service to customers, this website uses cookies, local shared objects (aka “Flash Cookies) and web storage.

A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a very small text file that is placed on an internet user’s hard drive [or equivalent storage device]. It is generated by a web page server, which is basically the computer that operates a website. The information the cookie contains is set by the server and it can be used by that server whenever the user visits the site. A cookie can be thought of as an internet user’s identification card, which tells a website when the user has returned. [source: aboutcookies.org]

Local shared objects (aka “Flash Cookies”) and web storage are technologies very similar in nature to cookies. A detailed explanation of how this work is beyond the scope of this document.

List of the Main Cookies on our Website

Service Cookie Name Description
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We use widgets provided by Facebook to help you share the content with your friends. Facebook sets several cookies in order to provide this functionality.
Facebook Privacy Policy
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Google Analytics helps us gather statistics on how customers use our website, so that we can improve our service.
GA Privacy Policy
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We use widgets provided by Twitter to help you stay current with our latest updates.
Twitter Privacy Policy
     
Youtube Use_hitbox

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YouTube may still set cookies on the user’s computer once the visitor clicks on the YouTube video player, but YouTube will not store personally-identifiable cookie information for playbacks of embedded videos using the privacy-enhanced mode.

YouTube Privacy Policy

 

 

Doubleclick Id Targeted advertising from Doubleclick (a business owned by Google used for maps related to events)

Privacy Policy

Managing Cookies, Local Shared Objects (aka “Flash Cookies”) and Web Storage

Managing Cookies

Internet browser software normally allows users to control (delete or disable) cookies.

Please note that disabling or deleting cookies would degrade the level of service this website provides (some of the website features require cookies to function – disabling cookies would effectively disable these features).

The exact method of controlling cookies varies and is dependent on a variety of factors:

  • internet browser software (e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox)
  • operating system (e.g. Microsoft Windows 7, OS X, Android)
  • physical device (e.g. iPhone, notebook, laptop)

For detailed instructions on how to manage cookies (control and delete), please visit aboutcookies.org.

Alternatively, try your internet browser software vendor’s website (e.g. Google ChromeMicrosoft Internet Explorer).

If you are using a mobile you could try device manufacturer’s website (e.g. Apple iPhone).

Managing Local Shared Objects (aka “Flash Cookies”)

Please see Adobe’s website for detailed instructions on how to manage local shared objects storage settings.

Managing Web Storage

Please see internet browser software vendor’s website for detailed instructions (e.g. Google Chrome).