Stormossen processes personal data carefully and confidentially. Personal data is stored in Stormossen’s customer registers as part of the company’s statutory waste management service provided to all properties in its operating region. On this page, you can read about how Stormossen processes personal data.
Maintenance of Personal Data
The primary purpose of Stormossen’s customer registers is to enable the company to carry out its statutory waste management service that encompasses all properties in its operating region. Customer registers are maintained for the production and implementation of services offered to customers, the registration of received waste, the sales of products, the invoicing of services, and the acceptance of payments.
Data in the customer registers may also be used for statistical purposes, e.g. to describe the scope of business activities or the number of customers, and to develop waste management services. Individuals cannot be identified based on the statistical data. Stormossen maintains personal data registers in order to enforce the rights and duties of the data controller and customer. Data is used for the invoicing of public law eco charges, the collection of payments, and communication towards customers.
Maintenance of the register and processing of personal data are based on the enforcement of the rights and duties of the customer and data controller.
Stormossen’s customer registers may contain e.g. the following data: personal name (owner of the property), address, postal code, post office, country, permanent building identifier, property name, intended use of the property/apartment, number of occupants, number of apartments, possible address and invoicing address of a leisure property, e-invoicing data, invoices, contact log.
Data is stored and processed confidentially.
Stormossen maintains the following personal data registers:
- Customer register for the invoicing of eco charges.
- Customer register for the invoicing of waste treatment services.
- Customer register for received waste and sold products.
- Customer card register for visits at waste reception stations.
Processing Rules for Personal Data Registers
Stormossen collects data primarily as follows:
- Data supplied by individuals themselves.
- Data associated with our services, products, and other contacts with us.
- Data collected from other sources, e.g. public records that are maintained by authorities and that can be connected to an individual.
The data controller shall not disclose personal data from the registers to third parties, except where it is necessary to enforce the rights and duties of the customer and data controller or at the request of Finnish authorities. The data controller shall not transfer personal data outside the EU or the EEA, except where it is necessary to enforce the rights and duties of the customer and data controller or at the request of Finnish authorities.
Rights of the Data Subject
The data subject shall have the right to be informed about the collection and use of his or her personal data, what data is stored in the register, the data source, what the data is used for, to whom the data is possibly disclosed etc.
The data subject shall have the right to know whether data concerning him or her are in the register and, if so, the data subject shall have the right to receive a copy of the data and request correction of incorrect data, if necessary.
The data subject shall have the right to prohibit the use of his or her data in direct marketing. Stormossen does not generally use personal data for direct marketing, and the company never discloses data for direct marketing purposes.