Eurofins is committed to ensuring that the collection and processing of your data from the website complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) and the French Data Protection Act.

Collected data

The personal data we collect via the contact form is limited to what is strictly necessary (data minimisation). On this contact form, we mention:

whether this data is mandatory or optional for processing your request;
your data protection rights and how to exercise them.
Personal data collected in connection with the products and services offered on are processed using secure protocols and allow Eurofins to manage the requests received in its IT applications.

Recipients of the data

The personal data collected is intended for the administrative department.
Apart from that, personal data may only be disclosed to third parties in the following cases:

with their authorisation;
at the request of the legally competent authorities, upon judicial requisition, or in the context of a legal dispute.
How long do we store personal data for?

Personal data collected by Eurofins relating to the identity and contact details of its users are archived for an unlimited period of time.

Users’ rights

For any information or to exercise your rights concerning the processing of personal data managed by Eurofins, please contact us:

by emailor by signed letter accompanied by a copy of an identity document to the following address:

Rue Pierre Adolphe Bobierre – 44323 Nantes
Tel. 02 51 83 21 00


Statistics and audience measurement
This information page is intended to inform the user of the functioning of the cookies deposited during his navigation on the sites, whatever the equipment (computer, tablet or mobile). The Nantes Clinical Section uses cookies in order to compile statistics on visits, to record the data communicated and to improve the user’s browsing experience.

What are cookies?
The term “Cookie(s)” refers to trackers (pixel tags, bugs, web storage, etc.) deposited and/or read, for example, when visiting an Internet site or reading an advertisement.

It is therefore information deposited on the hard disk of the user’s equipment by the server of the site or application visited.
It contains several data:

the name of the server that submitted it;
an identifier in the form of a unique number;
possibly an expiry date for cookies…
This information is sometimes stored on the equipment in a simple text file that a server accesses to read and record information.

Several types of cookies are present on the sites. Cookies are used for the following purposes:

Cookies necessary for the operation of the sites
Cookies used for audience measurement
Cookies necessary for the operation of the sites
These Cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the Sites and for navigation on the Sites. They allow the User to access the main features of the Sites.
Cookies for audience measurement

These cookies are intended to establish the volume and statistics of visits to the Sites, the various sections and the use of the services offered on each of them.
These cookies enable the Nantes Clinical Section to improve the operation and ergonomics of the Sites.

Managing cookies

Users have the option of accepting or rejecting cookies on the site or rejecting them once and for all by adjusting their browser settings.
If the User chooses to reject all cookies, navigation to certain pages of the site will be reduced.
Depending on the browser used by Users, the methods for deleting cookies are as follows:

On Internet Explorer

Click on the Tools button, then Internet Options.
On the General tab, under Browsing History, click Settings.
Click on the View Files button.
Select the cookies you wish to reject and click on delete.

On Firefox

Click on the browser’s Tools icon, select the Options menu.
In the window that appears, choose “Privacy” and click on “Show cookies”.
Select the cookies you wish to reject and click on delete.

On Safari

Click on the Edit icon, select the Preferences menu.
Click on Security and then on Show Cookies.
Select the cookies you wish to reject and click on delete.

On Google Chrome

Click on the Tools icon, select the Options menu and then click the Advanced Options tab and access the Privacy section. Click on the “Show Cookies” button.
Select the cookies you wish to reject and click on delete.

How long will a cookie last for?
Cookies are deposited on the User’s terminal for a maximum period of 13 months from the date of the User’s consent.
After this period, consent will be sought again.

Any questions regarding the Nantes Clinical Section’s Privacy Policy can be addressed by e-mailor by post to:

Rue Pierre Adolphe Bobierre – 44323 Nantes
Tel. 02 51 83 21 00