Legal Notice - Cérélia



The website (the Website) is published by CERELIA, a joint stock company with a capital of 41,736,425 euros, whose head office is located at rue François Jacob, 62800 LIEVIN, registered with the Arras Trades and Companies Register (RCS) No. 419 397 104 and with unique ADEME identification number FR210106_01KJNW.
Telephone: 00 33 (0)3 21 72 75 75

The Website is hosted by OVH
Head office: 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
Lille Métropole Trades and Companies Register (RCS) No. 424 761 419 00045
Intra-community VAT No.: FR 22 424 761 419
Telephone: 09 72 10 10 07


The information included on this Website is for general information purposes only. CERELIA does not guarantee the completeness of this information.

CERELIA regularly checks and updates the information on the Website to ensure compliance with any new regulations. CERELIA accepts no responsibility for inaccurate or incomplete information on the Website, or any loss resulting from unauthorised access by a third party and/or the presence of a virus that may modify the data on the Website.


The user acknowledges that they have checked their computer system does not contain any viruses, is fit for purpose, and is working properly. The user also acknowledges that they have read and understood these Terms of Use and agrees to abide by them.

CERELIA makes every effort to provide continuous, 24-hour access to the Website without, however, being held to an obligation of result, particularly in a case of Force Majeure, issues relating to data processing or telecommunication networks, or technical difficulties.

Access to the Website may be temporarily restricted while maintenance, updates and/or any other technical work is being carried out. CERELIA will make every effort to give users prior notice of such work. CERELIA will not be liable if, for any reason, the Website is unavailable at any time.


All content included on the Website, including but not limited to graphics, images, logos, icons, text, videos and sound clips, is and will remain the exclusive property of CERELIA and/or relevant third parties.

Any reproduction, copy or distribution of this content in any way whatsoever is strictly prohibited unless given express written permission to do so by CERELIA. Failure to comply with this restriction constitutes an intellectual property infringement and may carry civil and criminal penalties.

Brand identities, logos and other distinguishing marks (collectively, the “Marks”) included on the Website may be registered trademarks belonging to CERELIA or relevant third parties.

Where applicable, the user is strictly prohibited from using Marks or any other content included on the Website.

Nothing contained in these Terms of Use should be construed as granting license or right to use any Mark displayed on this Website without written permission of CERELIA or the third party that may own a Mark displayed on the Website.


This Website may link to other websites owned and operated by third parties. CERELIA has no control over these websites and accepts no responsibility for the content or use of third party websites which may be accessed via the Website.

Users who access any kind of illegal or harmful content on a third party website via the Website should immediately inform CERELIA at


Data Collection

Email addresses and any other personal data that the user chooses to provide to identify themselves when they send an email to CERELIA, as well as the IP addresses relating to their internet connection, are the only personal data that may be collected through the Website.

Personal Data is solely provided to CERELIA and its partners.

Personal data is only retained and processed to allow CERELIA to reply to emails that have been sent to it.

Any other Personal Data is optional and provided voluntarily by the user in their email.

The above data is retained no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it was collected and processed.

Right of access, right to rectification and erasure

In accordance with the provisions of the “Data Protection and Civil Liberties” Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 and European Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, any user who has shared their personal data has the right of access and the right to have their data rectified or erased.

Users have the right to have their data rectified if it is inaccurate, completed if it is incomplete, clarified, updated if it is out-of-date, or erased there is no legal basis for collecting and processing it.

Users may exercise these rights by sending an email to