Terms and conditions of use

Terms and conditions of the use of Alipa web site. These conditions may be changed at all time.

Information included

The material contained on this web site is for information only. Alipa endeavours to make its best efforts to up-date the information on a regular basis, but it is not claimed to be exhaustive. Alipa has compiled the pages on this web site very carefully, and the information placed on this web site is offered in utmost good faith.

This information is believed to be correct. Nevertheless, Alipa makes no representations or warranties as to the completeness or accuracy of any of this information.

Alipa will in no event be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use or reliance to the information contained in this web site.


This site and its content, where applicable, are subject to the copyright of Alipa. Reproduction is authorised, except for commercial purposes, provided that the source is mentioned and acknowledged.

Alipa claims no copyright on any official document or in the public domain. Copyright, if any, of third party material found in this site must also be respected.


The Alipa and Responsible Care logos are trade marks registered by Alipa, in Europe. Therefore, these logos/trade marks are subject of the proprietary rights of Alipa; no rights are being granted.


Links to other web sites are provided solely as a convenience. Therefore, those links imply neither responsibility for, nor approval of, the information contained in these web sites by Alipa.

About this site

All content copyright 2004 by Alipa.
All lay-out done with (valid) CSS2.
Site primarily developed and tested in Internet Explorer 6.0 & mozilla firefox special care has been taken to ensure that the site is accessible (if not always with the same lay-out) in older versions of Internet Explorer and Mozilla (Netscape). Particular attention was paid to make sure the site works in text-only browsers such as Lynx and with screen readers such as JAWS.

Content manangement with Typo3, implemented by Arjuna.