Access to Solventia's website and its contents is free and voluntary for its users, who are subject to the following conditions with respect to services and contents contained therein.

1.- Solventia has created this website using information from both internal and external sources, and thus does not guarantee either the thoroughness or accuracy of all the information.

2.- Solventia shall treat as confidential all the data included in the register of the users. Those data shall not be granted or released to third parties. In compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act (Ley Orgánica 15/1999, de 13 de Diciembre, de Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal), Solventia inform that the user is entitled, at any time, to access the above referred data regarding him or her, and to rectify them, cancel them, or oppose to them, sending a letter with the reference "Data Protection" to Solventia accompanying copy of your National Identity Document addressed to The affected users can exercise their rights attaching their ID scanned and sending it by email at the following address:

3.- Solventia is not liable for improper use made of the contents of its website, such being the sole responsibility of the person who accesses or makes use of the aforementioned contents. Solventia is not held responsible for information contained in third-party websites that can be accessed by means of links or browsers.

4.- The presence of links in the Solventia website serves a mere informational purpose and in no case implies suggestion, invitation or recommendation regarding the same. Solventia does not assume any kind of responsibility with respect to exchange of information among users by means of its website. Liability for statements published in websites lies with those who make them.

5.- Solventia will not be held liable for any damages or harm resulting from interferences, omissions, interruptions, computer viruses, telephone line malfunctions or disconnections in the operational functioning of this electronic system; Solventia is neither responsible for delays or blockages in the use of this electronic system due to deficiencies or saturation of telephone lines or overloading on the Internet system, or other electronic systems, nor for damages that may be caused by third parties through illegal interference beyond the control of Solventia. Solventia is also exonerated from liability for any harm or damages that the user may experience as the result of errors, defects or omissions in the information provided by Solventia derived from external sources.

6.- Solventia may, whenever deemed opportune and without previous notice, unilaterally modify the structure and design of the website, as well as modify or eliminate services, contents and access to and/or conditions of the website.

7.- The intellectual property rights of the contents of the website and its graphic design and typefaces are the sole property of Solventia and therefore reproduction, distribution, public communication and transformation of any kind are expressly prohibited. Likewise, all commercial names, brands or images of any kind contained in the Solventia website are protected under the law.

8.- With regard to product references and third-party services, Solventia recognizes, in favor of its owners, the corresponding intellectual and industrial property rights; without implying by any mention or inclusion thereof in its website the existence of any rights or responsibilities on the part of Solventia with respect to the aforementioned references and services.

Solventia use cookies on their web sites in order to collect statistical information on the browsing effected or to know user preferences.

The cookie policy of “Solventia” is subject to current community and Spanish regulations concerning the treatment of personal data and the protection of privacy in the sector of electronic communications.

What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file which is sent to your computer by the web server so that the website can remember some information about your browsing activity on the website. The cookie will collect information relating to your use of our sites, anonymously.

Disabling and removing "cookies"
You can deactivate the use of cookies at any time by changing your browser’s configuration parameters:
· For the configuration of Internet Explorer cookies
· For the configuration of Firefox cookies
· For the configuration of Google Chrome cookies
· For the configuration of Safari cookies

Please note that disabling "cookies" does not prevent the display of the pages of this website or interfere with navigation.