Privacy policy

Privacy & cookie policy


Data Controller

NextChem SpA (Company)

Registered Office: Via di Vannina 88/94, 00156 Roma, Italia

T +39 06 9356771

Operative Headquarters:  Via di Vannina 88/94, 00156 Rome, Italy

P +39 06 9356771   

Company subject to direction and coordination by Maire Tecnimont SpA 

Tax Code, VAT number and L’Aquila Company register

Number: 01668910662

R.E.A. 111360

Processed Personal Data

Internet Use (also see: Cookie Policy)




Allowing the correct operation of the services provided by the website

Legitimate Interest (Website Management)

See cookie policy

Obtain anonymous statistical information on use of website

Legitimate Interest (Website Management)

See cookie policy

At the end of the data conservation periods indicated above, the data will be destroyed, eliminated or anonymized.

Mandatory Monitoring of Data 

Data processing is necessary to guarantee the services provided by the website.

Data Processors

The data may be processed by autonomous external organizations such as authorities and surveillance and monitoring bodies.  The data may be processed by autonomous third parties through the installation of analytical and/or profiling cookies. For further information: see Cookie Policy.
Moreover, data may be processed, on behalf of the Company, by external parties designated to manage said data with adequate instructions. These parties are essentially included in the following categories: 
a.    Companies providing services required for the objectives indicated in this document (IT suppliers);
b.    Companies providing support for the market studies and statistical analyses.

Parties Authorized to Process Data 

Data may be processed by company staff, pursuing the objectives indicated above, who has been duly authorized to process that data and who have received adequate instructions.
Transfer of Personal Data to Non-EU Countries

Certain Internet use data may be transferred outside of the European Union (see Cookie Policy)

Rights of the Data Subject - Right to Lodge a Complaint with a Supervisory Authority 

By contacting Group Corporate Affairs, Governance & Compliance Department (Via Gaetano De Castillia 6/A 20124 Milan or via e-mail at , data subjects may request access to the data concerning them and demand the erasure of said data, the correction of inexact data, the integration of incomplete data and the limitation of data processing as established by GDPR Art. 18, as well as opposing the processing of data in case of legitimate interest by data subject.
Moreover, if the data processing is based on consent or contract and automatically implemented, data subjects have the right to receive said data in an organized, common and easily legible format by an automatic device and, if technically feasible, said data may be freely transmitted to a third party.   
Data subjects also have the right to revoke consent, at any moment, provided for marketing and/or profiling objectives, as well as to deny the treatment of data for marketing objectives, including profiling related to direct marketing.
Data subjects have the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority in the member state in which they reside or work, or in the member state in which the claimed violation occurred.