Protection of Information
Chesapeake Environmental Solutions (CES) values the trust its customers place in the company. Accordingly, CES adheres to the highest ethical standards in gathering, using and safeguarding customer information that is entrusted to the company.
Use and Collection of Customer Information
CES does not rent, sell or exchange information about its customers. Access to information about CES customers is restricted to CES. Third parties that need access to CES customer information in order to provide operational or other support services to CES must agree to safeguard customer information in strict compliance with CES policy.
CES gathers only the customer information that is needed to administer its business, provide superior service and communicate offers on merchandise and services that CES believes will be of interest to its customers.
CES limits access to customer information to those employees who need it to carry out their business functions. CES educates its employees about CES policies and practices in regard to safeguarding customer information, preventing its unauthorized access, use or disclosure, and ensuring its proper handling.
Accuracy and Security of Customer Information
CES makes all reasonable efforts to ensure that the customer information it maintains is accurate, timely and secure.
CES will monitor and adopt, as appropriate, new technological developments that are designed to aid in ensuring the accuracy and security of customer information.
CES enforces its policies in regard to gathering, access and use of personal customer information by its employees and authorized third parties.
Personally Identifiable Information
The CES World Wide Web site collects personally identifiable information (such as name, address, telephone number, or e-mail address) from Web site visitors only when visitors voluntarily provide such information to CES. CES Web site visitors who do not want their personally identifiable information collected online are asked not to submit such information to CES.
CES Web site visitors are informed that when they provide CES with personally identifiable information online, that information is kept within CES. Visitors are further informed that, unless specifically stated otherwise, the personally identifiable information may be stored and used by CES to better understand its customers' needs, to improve CES products and services, and to contact customers regarding offers that may be of interest to them.
If CES Web site visitors previously provided their e-mail addresses to CES and would like to have their e-mail addresses removed from CES e-mail mailing lists, CES asks them to send an e-mail message to . CES informs such visitors that it will use reasonable efforts to delete their e-mail addresses from its existing files.
CES has no intention of collecting personally identifiable information (name, address, telephone number, or e-mail address) from children (individuals under the age of 13) online and using that information for marketing purposes. Where appropriate, CES will specifically instruct children not to submit such information on the CES Web site.
If a child has provided CES with an e-mail address, CES asks that a parent or guardian of the child contact CES at if they would like the e-mail address deleted from CES e-mail mailing lists. CES informs customers that it will use reasonable efforts to delete such e-mail addresses from its existing files.
Personally Identifiable Information Collected Automatically
The CES Web Site may collect information from Web site visitors that is not personally-identifiable, including the visitor's operating system, browser, domain name, and the specific web pages on the CES Web site that are accessed or visited. CES only collects this information in the aggregate, and only uses it to improve the CES Web site.
Information Placed Automatically on Visitors' Computers
CES informs Web site visitors that when they visit CES Web sites, CES may store some information on the visitor's computer in the form of a "cookie" or similar file. These files allow CES to tailor the Web site to reflect a customer's listed or historical preferences. Most Web browsers allow Web users to exercise control over such files on their computers by erasing them, blocking them, or notifying the user when such a file is stored. CES Web site visitors are asked to refer to their browser's instructions to learn about those functions.