Microcom Corporation respects your privacy and the purpose for which our site visitors provide us information. We do not sell, rent or share any of the data collected with third parties and do not intend to do so in the future.
If you request or submit information to us by sending a message or filling out a “contact” form, we may save your e-mail address as well as any other information you may provide. This information may be used to contact you in the future by mail, e-mail, or phone to convey information about our solutions or services that we feel may benefit you.
Information Collected By Others
Legally Compelled Disclosure Of Information
Microcom Corporation may disclose information when legally compelled to do so; in other words, when we, in good faith, believe that the law requires it or for the protection of our legal rights.
Periodic Policy Changes
Our commitment to delivering quality products is a core value; so too is our commitment to ensuring that we operate our business in an ethical, safe, and environmentally sound manner. Microcom Corporation believes we have a responsibility to:
- – Protect the health and safety of our employees and the public by going beyond regulatory obligations;
- – Adhere to strict ethical standards and comply with all applicable laws to ensure integrity;
- – Promote long-term social and economic development in communities where we operate.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is a European Community directive that became European Law in February 2003 and took effect August 13, 2005. Its intent is to reduce the number of electrical and electronic products that end up in the wrong place. The directive sets collection, recovery, and recycling locations for all types of electrical goods sold in the European Union. As of August 13, 2005, electrical equipment sold in Europe, including printers, must be disposed of in accordance with WEEE. According to the directive, only equipment purchased after this date must be recycled. Microcom Corporation has created a recycling program in Europe where Microcom equipment marked with the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol can be returned to the point of sale (or the point where new Microcom equipment is being purchased) at its end of life. Microcom will then arrange for the equipment to be recycled. As the US comes on-line with similar recycling requirements, Microcom is in a position to offer similar locations. Currently, there is no such standard for non-retail products, but if the product is returned to Microcom, we will ensure proper disposal is achieved.