Name or company name: CARBONLOOP SAS

Main office address: 41, rue François 1er 75008 Paris (FRANCE)

Email address:

Corporate structure: SAS

Company capital: 10.000 euros

Publication director: Floren BERGERET

Host: OVH

Number in the trade and company register: 910 410 018

VAT Number: FR96910410018





Access to the website is free.

The information on this website is provided for information purposes only, it is not contractual and Carbonloop cannot be held responsible.

The site may be modified or updated without notice, in particular for maintenance purposes, without any obligation to give notice or justification.

Carbonloop reserves the right to unilaterally modify the general terms and conditions of use at any time and without justification.

Any commercial use of this site is prohibited without the consent of Carbonloop.

For all requests for information regarding this website, or to report errors and anomalies:



Carbonloop and its host cannot be held responsible in the event of malfunction of the internet network or computer and telephone equipment due to network congestion preventing access to the server. Carbonloop cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by the use of its website.

Carbonloop cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage caused to the User’s equipment when accessing this website.

The User assumes full responsibility for the use they make of the information and content present on this website.
Any use of the site by the User that directly or indirectly results in damage to Carbonloop shall be subject to compensation.




When you visit, Carbonloop may collect some of your personal information

Personally identifiable information may include, but is not limited to:

– email address

– first name and surname

– telephone number

– address, State, province, postcode, town

– cookies and use data


Legal framework

Carbonloop declares that it carries out the processing of personal data, in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter referred to as the GDPR) and any other applicable law or regulation.


Purpose of collected data

Carbonloop may process all or some of the data, as required, for the purposes of:

– Carrying out satisfaction surveys

– Carrying out communication campaigns

– Carrying out prospecting and promotion activities

– Sending newsletters

– Carrying out market research

Carbonloop does not sell your personal data, it is used for the purposes mentioned below or for statistical and analysis purposes within the European Union.


Voluntary nature of data collection

By contacting us via the website or by responding to our online forms which contain information about our data protection policy, you consent to our data protection policy. The collection of this data is voluntary, but necessary to access some services on our website.



Carbonloop processes this data internally and has not appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) as it is not a public body and does not process personal data on a large scale. If you have any questions about our data protection policy, please contact


The recipients of this personal data are:

– The management team as they are responsible for our data protection policy

– The marketing/communication department for promotional and communication activities

– The sales department for prospecting activities and customer support


Duration of data storage:

The collected data is kept for 3 years from the last response to a request from us. Beyond this timeframe, the data is deleted.


Rights and specific contact channel

As someone whose personal data is collected, you have the right:

– request access to your personal data

– to request the rectification of your data

– to request the deletion of your data

– to request a limitation of the processing of your data

– to object to the processing of your data

– to the portability of your data

– to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular the CNIL

– to withdraw your consent at any time

If Carbonloop becomes aware of the death of a User, Carbonloop undertakes to destroy their data, unless their retention is required to fulfil a legal obligation.

If you have a request regarding these rights, please contact us:

– by email:

– by letter: CARBONLOOP SAS, 41 rue François 1er 75008 Paris (FRANCE)



We inform you that we will do our best to preserve the security of your personal data and, in particular, to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties.

However we are unable to guarantee absolute security. If an incident affecting the integrity or confidentiality of the User’s information is brought to the attention of Carbonloop, the company will inform the customer of the incident and the corrective measures taken, if necessary.


Data transfer

Your information, including personal data, may be transferred to – and stored on – computers located outside your state where data protection laws may differ from those in your jurisdiction.

Your consent to the submission of your data implies your agreement to this transfer.

Carbonloop will take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that your data is processed securely and in accordance with applicable regulations and no transfer of your personal data will take place to any organisation or country unless there are adequate controls in place, including the security of your data and other personal information.

Service providers

We can employ companies and third-parties for website requirements.

These third parties have access to your personal data only to perform these tasks on our behalf and are required not to disclose or use it for any other purpose.


Data disclosure

In addition to what is provided for in the previous paragraph, Carbonloop may disclose your personal data if it believes that such action is necessary to:

– Comply with a legal requirement

– Protect and defend the rights or property of Carbonloop

– Prevent or investigate possible wrongdoing in relation to the site

– Protect the personal security of website users or of the public

– Protect itself against any challenge to its legal liability.




A “cookie” is a small digital file, a tracer. It makes it possible to analyse the behaviour of users when they visit a website, read an e-mail, install or use a piece of software or a mobile application. This file includes information such as the User’s domain name, their internet service provider, their operating system, date and time of access to the site and the pages and content read by the User. Under no circumstances is there any risk of Cookies damaging a User’s terminal.

Carbonloop may study the data collected (number of pages viewed, number of visits, frequency of return) by cookies to:

– Improve site content based on your behaviour

– Improve your navigation

– Improve its offer based on the most frequently visited content

– Improve its knowledge and understanding of its market

– Measure its audience

– Detect, prevent and resolve technical problems.

The data collected by cookies is only and strictly intended for internal use and is never shared with third parties.

Cookies are never activated without previously obtaining your consent. Your consent remains valid for 13 months. A pop-up window allows you to accept, refuse or configure cookies the first time you visit the site. You can change your Cookie preferences at any time. You are also able to configure the use of cookies directly on your browser, refer to your browser user guide for more information.

If you refuse to enable cookies or delete cookies that are already stored, your browsing and experience on the site may be limited, for example if the type of browser used or the language settings are not known. In this case, Carbonloop declines all responsibility for the reduced functioning of the site.

By clicking on the icons linking to the social networks Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, and if you have accepted cookies on the site, these platforms may also activate their cookies on your terminals.