The information society service provider hereby provides the following information that it is obliged to make available to consumers and users under the terms of section 10 of Spanish Law 34/2002 of 11 July on information society services and electronic commerce (Ley 34/2002, de 11 de julio, de servicios de la sociedad de la información y de comercio electrónico):

  1. This website is the property of INTRA RADICE S.L. (“INTRA RADICE”) with Corporate Tax Identification No. (CIF) B19651926, with its registered office at
    Calle los Pinos, 28. Nave 1B.
    Pol. Industrial El Romeral
    CP. 18650, DÚRCAL (GRANADA)
    TEL: +34 653 694 602
    and with e-mail
  2. All trademarks, logos, commercial names, distinctive signs, services, content, videos, texts, photographs, graphics, images, software, links and information of any kind that appear on this website are also the property of INTRA RADICE and may not be reproduced, distributed, publicly communicated, transformed or modified without its express written authorisation.

INTRA RADICE expressly reserves the rights of reproduction, modification, adaptation, public communication, maintenance, correction of errors, transfer, sale, rental, loan and any other intellectual or industrial property right over the contents of the website, and the exercise of the aforementioned rights without its express authorisation is prohibited.
The establishment of a link to another page or site on the internet does not imply in any way the acceptance or approval by INTRA RADICE of its contents or services, and therefore INTRA RADICE accepts no responsibility for them.

Any person who intends to establish a link to this website must first request the consent of the owner, and the owner reserves the right to claim any possible damages that may be caused by the establishment of such links without the necessary authorisation.

  1. Privacy Policy:  INTRA RADICE has adopted all the technical and organisational measures necessary to guarantee the security of the personal data of its clients and users and to avoid their alteration, loss, unauthorised processing or access, in accordance with Spanish Organic Law 15/1999 of 13 December on Protection of Personal Data (Ley Orgánica 15/1999, de 13 de diciembre, de Protección de Datos de Carácter Personal – “LOPD”). The level of security adopted is commensurate with the nature of the personal data provided.

Any personal data that may be gathered via this website will be duly and lawfully processed in accordance with the principles and rights set out in the LOPD and other implementing regulations

Such data may be included in files duly registered with the Spanish Data Protection Agency under the responsibility of INTRA RADICE for the specific purposes deriving from due performance of the services requested and to send communications (including advertising and newsletters) which may be of interest to you and which will at all times be related to INTRA RADICE’s services.

Your data may not be transferred to third parties without your consent, with the exceptions established in sections 11(2) and 12 of the LOPD.

Website users may exercise their rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition to use of their data by contacting INTRA RADICE by e-mail at or by writing to INTRA RADICE at the postal address which will be provided on request by the user via the e-mail address indicated.


Data controller INTRA RADICE
Purpose Management of your data in order to provide you with the professional services of MICROBIOLOGICAL TESTING AND PROCEDURES.
Legitimacy Based on the contract for the provision of services and consent of the data subject.
Recipients In the cases required by law and data processors.
Rights To access, rectify and erase your data, in addition to other rights as explained in the additional information.
Additional information See attached text.



1. Who is the data controller?


Dirección postal: Calle Los Pinos 28, Nave 1B
Polígono Industrial “EL Romeral”
18650 Dúrcal, Granada (Spain)

Phone: +34 653 694 602


2. For what purposes are your personal data processed?

Your data will be processed in order to provide you with professional services relating to microbiological procedures and/or to send you communications – including advertising and newsletters – relating to the activity of the data controller.

The data processed are mandatory and must be provided in any case, otherwise the service cannot be provided to you.

3. How long will your data be kept?

The personal data provided will be retained for as long as the contractual relationship remains in force or as long as the data subject does not request their erasure. However, your data will remain blocked for the relevant statutory limitation periods.

4. What is the legitimate interest for the processing of your data?

The legal basis for the processing of your data is the performance of the contract for provision of services.

The sending of any commercial communications (such as newsletters) by the data controller is based on your consent, which you have given expressly and freely, and which may be revoked at any time upon request to the data controller.

5. Who will be the recipients of your data?

The data will be sent to the data processors who provide us with services (please ask if you would like further information).

6. What are your rights when providing your data?

You have the right to obtain confirmation at any time as to whether or not your personal data is being processed.

You have the right to access your personal data, to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, to request its erasure when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected.

In certain circumstances, you may request the restriction of processing of your data, in which case they will only be kept for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.

In certain circumstances and on grounds relating to your particular situation, you may object to the processing of your data and we will cease to process your data except for compelling legitimate grounds or for the exercise or defence of any claims.

7. Where did my personal data come from?

Your personal data were received:

Because you provided the data directly to us.

The data processed may consist of identification data, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, postal addresses, commercial information, CVs, etc.