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Like most Danish websites, we use cookies for our website. We use cookies to analyse and optimise the website based on how it’s found and used.  

Here you can read more about what a cookie is, which cookies the site uses, and how you can avoid and delete cookies from the website if you don’t want them.

The cookies the website uses are completely harmless and can’t carry viruses. The cookies are described below.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file which is automatically delivered by a website when visited and which is stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone. When you visit the website later on using the same computer or device, the information stored in the cookie will be sent to the website.

Cookies can be used for many different things. Most often they are used to store information about the users’ activity on a website, for example when it comes to personal settings, the content of a shopping cart or information on whether or not a user is logged in.

A cookie is completely harmless and can’t spread viruses. The information we store in cookies is anonymous and does not relate to you as a person but only to the computer or device in which the cookie is stored and only in an anonymous form.

Which cookies does the website use?

This website uses cookies from Google Analytics to measure and analyse the way the website is used, for example which pages get the most views, for how long a user uses the website, and how they got to the website.

If you sign in to the administration area in WordPress which is the CMS (Content Management System) that the website was built in. WordPress and the module ACF  use cookies as well to enable the user to be signed in even though several websites are visited.

Because you can share the content of the website on Facebook and other social media, we have used a module called AddThis which also places cookies just as Facebook and YouTube themselves also place cookies.

You can read more about the different kinds of cookies below:

How do I avoid or delete cookies?

If you wish to delete cookies which the website has stored on your device, you need to find the internet settings in your browser where you can adjust the advanced cookie settings. Here you can add to the list of websites whose cookies you want to block.

You can set up your browser to reject cookies, but you have to be aware that it can disable some functions on the websites that you visit. There are for example many web shops that depend on using cookies.

Below you’ll find guides to delete cookies from the most common browsers:

Use of personal information
Personal information will never be disclosed to a third party unless you specifically allow it, and we never collect personal information without you having given us this information through registration, purchase or participation in a survey etc. – for example if you receive a free sample box. Here information is collected on first name, last name, address, zip code, city, country, email and whether you have a wood burning stove (the latter includes possible information on brand, model, year and how often it is used to firing)

The personal information is used to complete the registration so we can send you a free sample box (or a newsletter). The information is furthermore used to learn more about you and other users of the website and users of wood burning stoves.  This can include surveys and analyses aimed to improve our products, services, technologies as well as the display of content and advertisements adapted to your interests and hobbies.

Contact regarding personal information

If you wish to gain access to the information we have registered on you at Aduro A/S, you can contact If any data is registered incorrectly or if you have other objections, you can contact the same email address. It’s possible for you to gain insight in the information we have registered, and you can object to what we have registered.

Protection of personal information
We store your information on computers with limited access and they are placed in controlled facilities where our safety precautions are continuously controlled to make sure that our user information is handled responsibly and and that we continuously respect your user rights. However, we cannot guaranteee a 100 % safety when it comes to data transfer via the internet. That means that there is a risk that others without justification can force an entry into information when data is sent and kept electronically. You are handing over information at your own risk.

The quick development of the internet means that changes in our handling of the personal information can be necessary. We reserve the right to update and change the current lines of direction for the handling of personal information. If we do that we will of course change the date of “last update” at the buttom of the page. In case of essential changes we’ll notify you with a visible message on our websites.

According to the Danish personal data law, you have the right to know which personal information relates to you. If it turns out that the informtion or data on you are inccorect, you have the right to demand that it’s corrected, deleted or blocked. You can at any time object to having information on you processed. You can also at any time withdraw your consent. It’s possible for you to complain about the process of information and data on you. The complaint should be submitted to Datatilsynet according to the personal data law’s § 58, item 1.