California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (the “Act”) requires large manufacturers who do business in the State of California and have gross worldwide sales of over $100 Million Dollars to be transparent about their efforts to eradicate Slavery and Human Trafficking in their supply Chain. Within the meaning of the Act, Slavery and Human Trafficking concern the practice of utilizing forced or compulsory labor in any work or service that is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty, and for which that person has not offered himself or herself voluntarily. In accordance with the Act, this statement articulates our policies and practices around recognizing and preventing human trafficking and slavery in the global supply chain.
Please complete this form to exercise certain rights you may have in connection with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) .
- Once we have received your request and verified your identity we will process your request as soon as possible.
- If you are making a request on behalf of someone else, you must include the name and email address associated with the Captain Eco account of the consumer. Please also upload a verifiable notarized document authorizing you to submit a request on behalf of the consumer.
- Please note that by opting out of the sharing of your personal information considered a sale as defined by the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA):
-- You will still receive cookies, tags, pixels, etc. that are essential to the function of our websites and mobile apps;
-- We will still share your personal information with our service providers to provide the services on our websites and mobile apps.
-- These settings may not persist if you clear your cookies, switch devices, or switch browsers. If you have previously requested that we do not sell your personal information, your request remains in effect until you tell us otherwise.