Watertrust Australia is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of those who provide us with personal information. We only use your personal information for the purposes for which you gave it to us.
If at any stage you provide us with your email address, we will only use your email address for the purposes for which it was provided.
How we use your information
We use your personal information to provide occasional updates on Watertrust Australia’s activities and ensure our communications have a broad reach across the water and catchment management sector.
Your access to your information
You may gain access to personal information about you that we hold. You can have us correct any errors or delete the information we have about you. You may opt out of any further contact from us.
When you use our website
We collect personal information that you choose to give us (for example, your email address) if you contact us.
When you visit the Watertrust Australia website our servers collect routine logging information such as the pages visited, the time of your visit, the web browser that you are using and the IP address associated with your request.
We use this information for statistical purposes and for system administration tasks to maintain this service and to improve our understanding of the needs of users. We do not attempt to identify individuals, however, in the unlikely event of an investigation, Watertrust Australia, a law enforcement agency or other government agency may exercise its legal authority to inspect our server logs.
External sites that are linked to or from the Watertrust Australia web site are not under our control or responsibility and you are advised to review their privacy statement.
Some Watertrust Australia web pages use Google Analytics or other third-party tools to better understand how people use the site. The information we obtain from Google Analytics or other providers is used to help us understand users' needs so that we can offer a better user experience.This makes information similar to that of routine server logs available to Google or other third-party statistics providers. The analytic reports that are produced are aggregated and do not identify people.