Cookie policy

How we use cookies on this site

Cookies are small files, usually consisting of letters and numbers, which are put on your computer (or other device) by websites that you visit. Cookies are used very widely for a number of reasons - some are essential to the working of the website or help the website work more efficiently, and others provide information to the owners of the website.

Which cookies does this website use?

Our website uses first and third party cookies. First party cookies are set by our own website and third party cookies are set by another website.

The table below lists the cookies we use on our website and why we use them. We do not believe in gathering any more information than is absolutely necessary about visitors to this site, and our use of cookies reflects this. None of our cookies link to personal information about you.

Cookie Why we use it
Ecology Interactive cookie
First party
This cookie identifies you to Ecology Interactive so that we can identify that we are dealing with the same user from one request to another. Without this cookie, you would need to log in to Ecology Interactive on every page. The user key within the cookie is encrypted for security and is destroyed when you close your browser.

Interactive Terms and Conditions

Ecology website session cookies
First party
These cookies hold 'session data' about a website user (such as remembering what products or services a user has added to their shopping basket). The cookies last for the duration of the visit and for one day after your visit to the website. Although our website is built to include session cookies (in case we need to use them in the future) it does not currently hold any user data during the session.
Google Analytics
Third party
Google Analytics cookies collect information about how visitors use the website. They tell us whether or not you have visited the website before, where you have come from, what pages you visit and how often you visit. They are used for statistical purposes only.
Social media
Third party
If you have previously received a cookie from the social media platform you use, either because you have an account or you have visited the site, your browser sends information about this cookie to the social media platform when you visit our site. The cookie detects whether you are logged in to social media platform when you visit our website and to personalise your experience.

How do I turn cookies off?

Most web browsers have settings that give you some control over the majority of cookies. You can usually find these settings in the 'options' or 'preferences' menu of your browser. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.

Please note that if you delete or disable cookies, you may not be able to access certain areas or features of this website.