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This Cookie Policy helps answer common questions about technology used online such as what are cookies, how are cookies categorized, what are cookies used for, and what other technologies are used online.

This Policy will also provide details about what technologies EcoPoxy is making use of and what options are available to you when you are visiting our sites.  We also provide you with details about how you can personalize how our website interacts with you while you visit it.

As legal requirements and business needs change this Cookie Policy will also change. Our current Cookie Policy, found here, was last updated August 23, 2023. The most-up-to-date version will always be found on this website.


A cookie is a small text file containing characters to uniquely identify a browser on a device connected to the internet.  They are classified into categories based on the purpose they serve.  The length of time they remain on your device will vary depending on the purpose as well as the way they have been set-up by the provider.


Session Cookies: also known as transient cookies or open-session cookies store information collected while the user is visiting the website.  These cookies are deleted once the user closes the browsing session.

Persistent/Tracking Cookies: are stored on the user's computer and remains there after the user closes the browsing session until they expire or are deleted. They are used to store user information that is required across multiple browsing sessions such as sign-on credentials and preferences.

Browser Cookies: are created to identify you when you first visit a website.  The web server sends identifying data to your web browser in the form of cookies.  The identifying data is processed/read by name-value pairs which are essentially a set of two linked data items.  These cookies as also known as server cookies.

http Cookies: are created specifically for web browsers to track, personalize and save information about each users session.  These small blocks of data are created by a web server then placed on a user's computer or other device by the user's web browser while the user is browsing.

First Party Cookies: are cookies set by websites that users directly visit.  They store information that is relevant or related to the site, such as preferred setting or user location.

Third Party Cookies: are cookies that come alongside third-party content such as web banners, ads, and scripts found on a site a user is visiting.  Advertisers often use these third-party cookies to track user behaviour.


Cookies can be categorized by their purpose.  This Cookie Policy only provides a description of the categories of cookies used by EcoPoxy's website.

Strictly Necessary Cookies: allow essential website functionalities ensuring our website is delivered to you properly.   They are always active and guarantee site visitors the use of an efficient and secure website .  Without these cookies we would not be able to perform tasks such as user authentication.

Functional Cookies: allow us to deliver an enhanced experience to you when you access our site. They allow you to provide us with direction on how you would prefer to interact with our site including the language you wish for it to be presented in. If disabled functions such as geolocation would cease to operate, and our site would not offer users content specific to the region they are accessing the site from.

Analytic Cookies: help us to understand how visitors are interacting with our website. The information gathered by these cookies is used to improve the content and functionality of our website. 

Marketing and Advertising Cookies: may be set by us or an advertising partner. Companies enable marketing and advertising cookies to deliver advertisements to you that are relevant to your interests.  This is done by identifying you by your browser and internet device to creating a profile of your interests.  Declining these cookies will cause the ads that you receive to be less targeted.


Other technologies similar to cookies exist as well, including web beacons, which are sometimes called “tracking pixels” or “clear gifs”. These are tiny graphics files that contain a unique identifier that enable us to recognize when someone has visited a website or opened an email that was sent to them by a business. In many instances, these technologies are reliant on cookies to function properly, and so declining cookies will impair their functioning. 


Interest-based also known as targeted advertising or behavioural advertising uses data collected about consumers including website activity and browsing history to create and serve advertisements that appeal to the consumers interests.  Companies that use this technology can offer consumers new products or services that may be of interest to them based on each consumer's previous buying and/or browsing behaviours. The advertisements are published in a variety of ways including emails sent directly to consumers that consent to receiving commercial electronic messages (marketing emails), or targeted advertisements which businesses pay to have appear on social media platforms or other websites.  

We may use third-party advertising partners such as advertising networks, exchanges, and social media platforms to display advertising online or to manage and serve our advertising on other sites.


We obtain your consent to our information collection technologies through our Cookie Preference Centre. You have the right to object to the use of information collection technologies such as cookies. Regular cookies may generally be disabled or removed by tools that are available as part of most commercial browsers as explained below, and in some but not all instances can be blocked in the future by selecting certain settings also described below.

You have a variety of options to opt-out of interest-based advertising including:

Device Opt-Out:

The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) offers the AppChoices App allowing you to have more control of your mobile device opt-out options.  You can find instructions on how to download and set-up the AppChoices Tool here.

For instructions on how to opt-out of digital advertising on most popular mobile and Internet Connected TV operating systems visit NAI's website here.


Browser Settings:

Visit your browser's settings and turn on "Do Not Track" to prevent businesses from tracking your browser for marketing purposes.

AdTech Industry Opt-Out:

Click on any of the following industry groups to see detailed information on how to opt-out of digital advertising on your browser or in your devices settings:

Please be aware that if you disable or remove these technologies you may find that certain functions and features will not work as intended on the Service and that when you revisit our website your ability to limit cookies is subject to your browser settings and limitations.


You may withdraw your consent to the collection, use or disclosure of your Personal Information by EcoPoxy sources at any time, subject to legal or contractual restrictions and reasonable notice.  In certain circumstances, your withdrawal of consent may result in the inability of EcoPoxy to continue providing aspects or optimization of the Service to you. Please contact us should you require for more information regarding the implications of withdrawing consent using the contact information provided in the "Contact Us" section below.

You acknowledge that where we allow third-parties to drop cookies, we have no control over those cookies, or the data generated. Please refer to the list of cookies found on this website at the bottom of this Cookie Policy to learn more about what third-party cookies are used on this website including their privacy policies which are linked to each third-party cookie listed. 

EcoPoxy's Cookie Preference Centre:

Visitors from all jurisdictions may opt-in or opt-out of cookies on our site that are not strictly necessary for our website to function by visiting our Cookie Preference Centre.

On Your Web Browser:

Cookies can also be disabled on your web browser.  The process to enable/disable cookies in your web browser will vary depending on the web browser you use.  The step-by-step instructions available through the link below will assist you with choosing cookie settings on a desktop computer an Android device, an iPhone and iPad on most popular browsing platforms.

All About Cookies

Virtual Private Network's (VPN's): help establish a secure connection and guard against cyber attacks when using the internet by routing your data through an encrypted tunnel disguising your IP address.  

You may use the link to one of the VPN's listed below that feature ad-blocking to learn more.




Browser extensions: also hide your online activities and keep your data safe.  The browser extensions linked to below can also block malicious websites and ads as well as provide anti-phishing technology for even more security.

Total Adblock  

Privacy Badger 


Secure Browsers: limit pop-up ads and block trackers.  Some also have an incognito window so that your search is private.  Find out more about secure browsers through the links below:

Microsoft Edge 




To protect your computer and ensure the best web browsing privacy you must delete both regular text browser cookies and flash cookies.  The link below assists users with determining which web browser they are using and provides step-by-step instructions on how to delete both regular text browser cookies and flash cookies on the most popular browser.


The service utilizes Google Analytics, a web analysis service from Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA ("Google")., however the analytic cookies are not active on our website until a user chooses to activate them.  Google Analytics Uses "cookies," which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyse how users use the service, compiling reports on the activity of the service for the services’ operators and providing other services relating to website activity and Internet usage. The information generated by the cookie (including the IP address) is transferred and stored on a Google server located in the United States.

Google may also transfer this information to third-parties where required to do so by law, or where such third-parties process the information on Google's behalf.  Google will not associate your IP address with any other information held by Google.

We may also use additional analytics programs from time to time to process non-Personal Information about you.

We make no attempt to link this non-personal information with the identity of individuals using the service. Non-personal information may be permanently archived for future use in any manner whatsoever by EcoPoxy.


You can prevent the collection and processing of cookie created data relating to your online browsing (including your IP) through an opt-out tool offered by Google for Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge by downloading and installing the browser-plugin available below.

Disable Google Analytics

Further information concerning the terms and conditions of Google’s use and data privacy can be found at: 

Google Analytics Terms of Service

Google Privacy & Terms



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