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​​If you choose to browse our website, cookies will be stored on your computer unless you disable them in your browser (see guide below).


Using any COWI Group website is completely anonymous. No data is registered that may be used to identify you unless, e.g., you choose to subscribe to newsletters. No data is passed on or sold to third parties.

What are cookies?

Normally, a cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer when you use a service on a website. A cookie may also be placed temporarily on your computer in connection with a service, only to be deleted again when you leave the service.
Data from cookies cannot be used to collect personal information.
On the web pages below, please find information on how to reject or delete cookies on the most commonly used browsers.

Cookies on COWI Group websites

COWI uses the following cookies:
Cookies for statistics to be able to prioritise and develop the most visited pages on the website. The statistics are used exclusively internally in a summarised form to see which pages our visitors use most often. Data about the individual visitor’s use of the services is not passed on or sold to third parties.
Cookies from our video host, 23 Video. These cookies help to balance traffic and optimize performance of our video host, and they are used for referrer tracking and compilation of embed sources.
Vimeo and YouTube Cookies. To be able to stream Vimeo and YouTube movies on our websites, automated YouTube cookies are sent to your browser for functionality support.
Addthis Cookies, which enable visitors of our website to use social media features, like sending or recommending an interesting page to a friend.

How to reject the use of cookies

You may refuse the storage of cookies on your computer by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. As a cookie is stored on the client side, it is always possible for you to see, modify or delete these cookies.
If you do not wish to receive cookies from COWI's websites, in most new browsers you can select advanced cookie settings under Internet settings and add the relevant COWI website domain to the list of websites from which you want to block cookies. There, you can also delete individual cookies or all the cookies that your browser has stored.
On the websites below, you can see guides for deleting and enabling/disabling cookies in the most common browsers.

LAST UPDATED: 21.02.2015