Personal data is processed in accordance with the applicable law, in particular with the REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).

The controller of personal data is Plastica Sp. z o.o. Frydrychowo 55, 87-410 Kowalewo Pomorskie. With regard to personal data of the controller’s contractors, personal data of persons employed or applying for employment by the controller (on the basis of an employment contract or another agreement), the controllers (joint controllers) of personal data may also be entities belonging to TZMO Group. An updated list of these entities is available at www.tzmo-global.com/RODO

If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data or wish to exercise your rights with regard to the processing of your personal data, you can contact the Data Protection Officer by e-mail at: iod@tzmo.com.pl.

The controller processes personal data in particular:

pursuant to Article 6.1 letter (a) of the GDPR - the data subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes - in particular for the purpose of maintaining contact with the data subject; making available or providing (also by e-mail) commercial information, other information or product samples; organizing, conducting and documenting events, including contests, promotions and other marketing actions;

pursuant to Article 6.1 letter (b) of the GDPR - processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract - in particular for the performance of all rights and obligations arising from the contracts concluded by the controller;

pursuant to Article 6.1 letter (c) of the GDPR - processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject - in particular to fulfil the rights and obligations of the controller arising from the binding legal regulations, in particular from the scope of tax law, labour law and social security;

pursuant to Article 6.1 letter (f) of the GDPR - processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller - in particular for the purpose of asserting claims.

The recipients of personal data are persons employed by the controller (on the basis of an employment contract or another contract) and trusted entities cooperating with the controller - to the extent necessary for the purposes of processing; personal data may also be made available to public authorities and other entities entitled to do so under the provisions of law, at their request.

The controller does not intend to transfer personal data to a third country or to international organisations.

Personal data is stored:

in the case of data processed under Article 6.1 letter (a) of the GDPR - until the purposes of the processing indicated in the granted consent have been fulfilled;

in the case of data processed under Article 6.1 letter (b) of the GDPR - until the time when the parties to the agreement fulfil all their obligations related to the performance of the agreement, and then until the expiry of the expiration period or limitation period of any claims related to the agreement;

in the case of data processed under Article 6.1 letter (c) GDPR - until the legal obligation imposed on the controller, in particular the obligation to keep records, has been fulfilled;

in the case of data processed under Article 6.1 letter (f) of the GDPR - until the purposes of processing are fulfilled, in particular until the claim is settled, expires or is time-barred.

The data subject has the right to demand from the controller access to his or her personal data, and in the cases specified in the GDPR also their rectification, erasure or restriction of processing; he also has the right to transfer personal data.

The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection supervisory authority provided for by law, if he believes that the processing of his or her personal data violates the provisions of the GDPR.

In case of personal data processed pursuant to Article 6.1 letter (a) the data subject has the right to withdraw his or her consent to the processing of those data at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of his or her consent prior to the withdrawal. Withdrawal of consent may take place e.g. by sending a statement of withdrawal to the following e-mail address: iod@tzmo.com.pl

In case of personal data processed pursuant to Article 6.1 letter (a) the provision of personal data is not a statutory or contractual requirement and is voluntary; however, the consequence of not providing data may be to prevent or impede the fulfilment of the purposes of the processing, in particular the lack of contact with the controller; the failure to provide or make available commercial information, other information or product samples; the inability to participate in events, including contests, promotions and other marketing activities. In other cases, the provision of personal data may be a statutory or contractual requirement if so provided by law or a provision of the contract.

In relation with the processing of personal data by the controller, no automated decision making, including profiling takes place.

 

 

 

 

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Polimery

Plastica Sp. z o.o. wspiera akcję społeczną POLIMERY PRZYJAZNE CZŁOWIEKOWI, POTRZEBNE LUDZIOM

 

Niewiele jest spraw, co do których Polacy są zgodni. Jedną z nich jest fatalny publiczny wizerunek tworzyw sztucznych. Przemysł tworzyw stał się dyżurnym „chłopcem do bicia” w Polsce i UE, jest obwiniany za wszelkie błędy i wypaczenia naszej cywilizacji. Czas na podjęcie działań, które w rozsądnej perspektywie pozwolą zmienić negatywne społeczne nastawienie wobec tworzyw.

 

Przede wszystkim najwyższy czas na wyrugowanie z przestrzeni publicznej koszmarka językowego „tworzywa sztuczne”. Ten termin natychmiast odrzuca każdego normalnego człowieka, jego ocieplenie i zmiana wizerunku na pozytywny wydaje się niemożliwa, albowiem nic co „sztuczne” nie może być przyjazne człowiekowi. Dlatego proponujemy zastąpienie koszmarka językowego terminem „tworzywa polimerowe”, a szerzej POLIMERY. Nazwa POLIMERY oddaje istotę rzeczy i nie jest obciążona negatywnymi asocjacjami i skojarzeniami wytworzonymi wokół koszmarka językowego. Jest nawet sympatyczna i, jak widać po logo akcji, da się za jej pomocą komunikować treści mające odzwierciedlenie w rzeczywistości.

 

Pamiętajmy, że jak mówi Pismo, na początku było Słowo. Język ma kluczowe znaczeniu w międzyludzkiej komunikacji i tworzeniu korzystnego lub negatywnego wizerunku. Krótko mówiąc: język tworzy rzeczywistość.

 

Celem akcji jest rozpropagowanie terminu POLIMERY, który w niedalekiej przyszłości powinien zastąpić koszmarek językowy. Przemysł polimerowy musi się zacząć w końcu bronić. Polimery są niezbywalnym elementem naszej cywilizacji i tylko od człowieka, od nas samych zależy, jak będą nam służyć.

 

Wprowadzenie terminu POLIMERY do dyskursu publicznego pozwoli rozpocząć wiele pozytywnych działań wizerunkowych we współpracy z mediami i organizacjami społecznymi.

 

Zmiana wizerunku branży powinna ożywczo wpłynąć na sam biznes. Zejście z linii strzału ekologów, mediów, polityków, innych grup opiniotwórczych, powinno przynieść mierzalne biznesowe efekty. Taki stan rzeczy na pewno zostanie zauważony przez inwestorów zagranicznych. Wreszcie, może to być sygnał do konsolidacji przemysłu polimerowego, co zaowocuje wzrostem siły i znaczenia tej branży w całej gospodarce.