Privacy Policy and Rules

We collect the data of visitors to our website in compliance with the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, the Law on Electronic Communications of the Republic of Lithuania, other related legal acts and the instructions of the controlling authorities.

Like most websites, the website collects data about website visitors. This helps to understand how useful the information on the website is and how it should be improved in the future.

When collecting data on the website, we always follow this Privacy Policy, where you will find detailed information about what data we collect, where we use this data, how long we store it and who has access to this data.

You have many rights that allow you to control your privacy, and we make sure you can use them. We aim to enable you to exercise your rights, so below you will find information on how you can do this.

Please take the time to read this policy and contact us if you have any questions or concerns about this policy.

Website traffic statistics

We are improving our website and trying to make it as easy to use as possible. Therefore, we need to know which information is most relevant to website visitors, how often they connect, what browsers and devices they use, what content they read most often, what regions they are from - so similar demographic and statistical data are collected.

We collect this information using the automated tool Google Analytics, which allows us to capture and analyze how visitors use the website. Here you can find more information about how Google Analytics works and what information this tool allows you to collect and analyze - more information here. You can opt out of the collection of data about you by Google Analytics at any time, as described here:


What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text element that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the website. This allows the website to remember your actions and settings (such as login name, language, font sizes and other image settings) for a certain period of time so that you do not have to enter them each time when you visit the website again or browse its individual pages.

How do we use cookies?

Cookies are used to collect your IP address and browsing information, such as the websites you visit or the time spent on each website. This allows the website to remember your system and settings.

Other cookies allow monitoring of website traffic and user actions on the website - this data is used to analyze visitor behavior and to improve the experience of visiting the website. These cookies are installed and used with the help of the Google Analytics tool.

Cookies are installed on your device only with your consent, with the exception of cookies that are required exclusively to ensure the technical functioning of the website. Please note that if you do not allow the website to use cookies, some functions of the website may not work partially or completely.

The legal basis for using cookies is our legitimate interest in ensuring the technical functioning of the website. In cases where cookies are used to remember your choices and collect statistics, the legal basis for the use of cookies is your consent.

How to manage cookies?

You can manage and/or delete cookies at any time - you can find out how to do it here: You can delete all cookies already on your device; in addition, you can set most browsers to prevent the installation of cookies. However, if you do this, you may have to manually enter your preferred settings each time you visit the website. In addition, some services and functions may not work.

Who has access to your data

Access to statistical data about visitors to is available to responsible employees of UAB "EcoHouse", working in the field of marketing and IT, who are responsible for analyzing this data and improving the website.

Also, our partners who provide website content management tools or website hosting services may have access to technical records..

The Google Analytics tool is provided by Google Inc. (a US company), so it also has access to the statistical data collected by this tool. Google Inc. is committed to applying the EU-US Privacy Shield Principles, which ensure that the service provider meets the requirements of EU privacy standards. This provider is also subject to contractual obligations to ensure privacy. You can read about it here.

Cookies are used

Cookies used on the website:

PHPSESSID – Your current session identification.

_ga – Used by Google Analytics to collect statistical information about website traffic (information is collected about the browser used, computer, visits, time spent).

_gid – Used by Google Analytics to collect statistical information about website traffic (information is collected about the browser used, computer, visits, time spent).

cookie_notice_accepted – This cookie determines whether the website rules have been accepted.

wfwaf-authcookie-* – The cookie is used to personalize the website structure according to the user.

wordpress_logged_in_* – The cookie is used to personalize the structure of the website according to the user.

wp-settings-, wp-settings-time – The cookie is used to personalize the website structure according to the user.

xs , wd, sb, presence, pl, fr, datr, act – With the help of cookies, it is determined whether you are connected to Facebook. If you are logged in, it is determined with which account. The data is used by the Facebook social network.

Right to file a complaint

If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you can file a complaint with the relevant authority in the EU country where you live. Contact details of such institutions can be found here:


This privacy policy is subject to change. After changes are made, the updated privacy statement will be published on this website. We recommend that you review this privacy notice each time you visit the website to ensure that you are familiar with the latest version.

Updated 2020-11-30