Cookie Changes Are in Place
to access the home page.
However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.
What are cookies?
Cookies are used by almost all websites for a variety of purposes, including:
- the analysis of visitor behaviour
- to personalise pages
- to manage shopping carts on online stores
- to keep a user logged in to a specific website
What type of cookies does recycle-more use?
recycle-more uses a range of cookies including session, persistent and analytical cookies
Session cookies are only stored temporarily in the browser's memory and are destroyed when it is closed down. However, they will survive if you navigate away from the website that they came from.
As the name suggests, a persistent cookie is saved on your computer so that when you close it down and start it up again it will still be there. All persistent cookies have an expiry date. When the expiry date is reached it will be destroyed by the computer.
What function do these cookies serve?
The majority of cookies that we use are session based cookies which are the least intrusive type i.e. they are stored on the browser and when this is closed, the session cookie is destroyed. These cookies are used to hold a range of data such as a user’s Member key or data that is used to create a report's grid.
These session cookies are used to provide you with a good user experience when visiting our website. For example, a user clicks on a panel, a cookie is set to start a timer, the panel opens and the cookie knows that the action was successful as the time out has expired.The cookie is then destroyed.
We use very few persistent cookies on this website as we are primarily concerned with analytical cookies. We use these to monitor which websites and associated pages are visited, how many individual users are on our website at any one time and the behaviour of users whilst on our website. Cookies are also used when a user shares one of our pages via Facebook, Twitter, etc. This ensures that these features can monitor traffic using this methodology
What if I decline the policy?
Declining will mean functionality of our website will be affected as well as many other services that we offer.
What do you need to do?
to access the Members’ Area home page