Registered in England
Company registration number: 05292936
Office and registered address:
2 Duckling Lane,
Herts CM21 9QA
VAT No. GB853 2136 42
Links to Other Websites
This website may contain links to other websites. Please be aware that Brilliant Limited is not responsible for privacy practices on other websites. This policy applies solely to information collected by this website.
The Data Protection Act
Under the Data Protection Act 1998, we have a legal duty to protect information we collect from you.
You can visit our website without telling us who you are or giving us any personally identifiable information.
Brilliant Limited does not capture and store any personal information about individuals who access this web website, except where you voluntarily choose to give us your personal details via email, or by using an electronic form, or enquiring about any of our services.
Any personal data provided to Brilliant Limited will be used exclusively for providing you with the information you have requested, however, Brilliant Limited may occasionally contact you again outlining relevant services and information. If you do not wish to receive further correspondence from Brilliant Limited via email, having already provided your contact email address, please unsubscribe your email address.
Brilliant Limited does not use ‘session variables’ for collecting user information from the website and will not collect any information about you except that required for system administration of the web server. We do use the cookie functions, like session variables, but better preserves the visitor’s privacy.
Brilliant Limited like any website owner monitors:
- The Internet Domain and IP address from which you access the website. These IP addresses are not linked to any personal data so all visitors to our website remain anonymous.
- Which type of browser and operating system used to access the website.
- The date and time of your visit.
- The pages you visit.
- The link to the Brilliant Limited website on another website, the address of that website and any website you visit directly from this website.
Caring for and assisting the environment is high on the agenda at Brilliant. Every aspect of production is regularly analysed regarding the impact on the environment and the necessary steps required to minimise waste and encourage recycling.
The following are already in place:
Paper, cardboard and waste recycling All shredded documentation, newsprint, unused/unread mail, waste paper, off-cuts and any other paper and cardboard materials generated or rejected within the studio are recycled via locally controlled waste collection/depot. This also applies to aluminium and glass. (We will need to setup a means of dealing with this — Caroline found some attractive bins somewhere! clearly labelled, paper, aluminium, glass etc.)
Spreading the word! As a design and marketing company and specifier of printed and manufactured marketing and promotional materials, we make it our responsibility to recognise a company’s/organisation’s own green or carbon offsetting policy, and ensure that our deliverables are provided in response to these policies. Where the client has no policy in place, we will stress the importance of developing such a policy from both an environmental point of view and also in terms of reflecting an environmental consciousness to others.
Ink cartridge regeneration Brilliant cooperate with branded ink cartridge manufacturers and their respective plastic ink cartridge recycling programmes. Wastage is totally eliminated as the sealed cartridges are returned to the manufacturer when expired and returned to production in accordance with their recycling/renewal policy.
Printed materials Recycled materials, materials from renewable sources and vegetable-based inks. Brilliant will recommend and continually tests eco-friendly printed materials by switching to vegetable-based inks (as opposed to solvent-based) and recycled materials or materials from renewable sources as soon as practical.
Energy usage Power usage is carefully monitored throughout the premises and considered when purchasing new production equipment.
- Computers and monitors are set to power down (sleep/standby) when inactive (overnight)
- Lighting and heating monitored at all times