Cookie statement


A cookie is a simple small file that is sent with the pages of this website and placed on your computer or other electronic device (hereafter “device”) by your web browser. Our website server recognizes your settings and preferences. You can disable these cookies and delete them via your browser. Consult the manual or help text of your browser. Please note that adjusting your settings may affect all sites you visit. Cookies can not boot/damage/etc. your device or the files on your device.

There are two types of cookies. Session cookies are removed by your browser after the browser is closed. Permanent cookies remain on your computer even after your web browser has been closed.

Which cookies

This website places necessary functional cookies and to a limited extent analytical cookies.

The functional cookies are necessary for services on this website to function. For example, when you log in to the website, you can display information that is specifically intended for you.

With the analytical cookies of the American Google, Deltares keeps visitor statistics in order to gain insight into the use of this website. As a supplier of this service, Google can use the information obtained through the cookies for its own products and services. Google may pass this information on to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or if third parties process the information on behalf of and on behalf of Google. This website has no influence on this. For more information, see the privacy policy of Google Analytics.

Web pages from this website may contain video content from YouTube. When you visit a page with a YouTube video or click to watch the video, YouTube may want to place cookies on your computer. Deltares can not determine the settings of these cookies. Visit the YouTube video information page for more information.

You can share information from the Deltares website via social media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. For this, a number of special buttons have been added to the website. When you click on a social media button, the social media website places a website-transcending social media cookie on your device. Through the cookie, the social media party recognizes your IP address and thus its own user, making it possible for the users logged into this social media to share information or videos directly.

For the cookies that the social media parties place and the data they collect with them, we refer to the statements that these parties provide on their own websites.