At the cutting edge for 50 years:
a trailblazing history.

Since 1967
1967
Recodi is established, with the intention of “doing a job based on innovation and quality”. From the outset, we focus on the design of floors, with a view to offering our clients the solution that best meets the actual requirements of their sector and their industrial processes.
1968
We build our first plant for the production of premixed hardeners based on hard mineral aggregates (quartz-corundum-basalt) and cast-iron shavings.
1970
We make our first resin floor. We are the first in Italy to do so, pro-actively responding to an emerging sector.
1981
We make our first jointless floor. Jointless floors arise out of a desire to meet the needs of the logistics industry, where the absence of joints on the floor is crucial for increasing productivity and safety in the handling of goods, and for reducing the future maintenance costs. The same technology will later be offered to all industrial sectors.
1992
We make our first unreinforced floor. Unreinforced floors are initially created for airport runways, before being applied to other sectors. In the same year,  Recodi introduces Laser Screed technology, a system that – through the use of computer-controlled machinery – makes it possible to prop up and vibrocompact industrial floors to a very high degree of precision. This innovative technology ensures high-quality results, boosting the resistance and durability of the floors.
1995
Recodi enters into a partnership with a leading global name in the manufacture of solutions for polymer coatings.
1996
We make our first underfloor heating system. With the advent of underfloor heating technology, Recodi develops cutting-edge solutions for industrial environments that enable the installation of underfloor heating even on large surfaces subject to heavy loads.
2003
We product our first impermeable floor. Impermeable flooring is suitable for car parking on prefabricated slabs because it eliminates the requirement for structural screed and waterproofing, thus reducing costs.
2004
Opening of the Palosco facility in the province of Bergamo, which arose out of the requirement for space in which to expand, and for larger warehouses and more office space.
2005
Construction of the new plant for the production of pre-mixed mortars in Palosco.
Fully automated, it enables the storage of a large number of raw materials and has a production capacity of 14,000 tonnes per year. First SOA certification, which enables out company to bid for public works contracts.
2006
Achievement of ISO 9001 quality system certification.
2010
Construction of a photovoltaic plant across the entire roof of the Palosco facility in the province of Bergamo. A major step forward towards energy self-sufficiency, underlining our environmental commitment 
2014
Consolidation of the partnership with BASF. We received Trusted Applier certification for the Ucrete systems of polyurethane cement resin products and Mastertop polyurethane comfort resin products.
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1. Purposes of the data processing
The IT systems and the software procedures used to operate this website acquire, during their normal operation, some personal data the transmission of which is implicit during the use of Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected in order to be associated with identified individuals; however, due to the very nature of said information, through processing and association with other data held by third parties, it may allow users to be identified. This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users connecting to the website, the addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (success, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and to the IT environment of the user. We use this data for the sole purpose of allowing browsing of the website.
On the other hand, the optional, explicit and voluntary provision of personal data gathered by filling in our data collection form entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s name and address, information which is needed in order to receive our newsletters, subject to a request to confirm your consent during the registration procedure.

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3. Data processing methods – Retention
The processing shall be carried out in automated form and manually, with methods and tools aimed at ensuring the utmost security and confidentiality, by subjects specifically assigned to the processing in compliance with the provisions of EU Regulation 679/2016. In case of withdrawal of the consent granted for the sending of periodical newsletters, your data shall be immediately deleted.

4. Communication of data
In addition to those subjects to which the data must be communicated as expressly required by the law, the personal data may also be communicated, always for the purposes referred to in item I and in compliance with the minimisation principle, to subjects responsible for the processing which provide services aimed at managing the information system used by Recodi Tecnology Srl and the telecommunication networks (including electronic mail). The aforementioned data officers operate according to instructions provided by us. The list of data officers is constantly updated and available at the offices of Recodi Tecnology Srl.

5. Dissemination and transfer of the data
The personal data shall not be disseminated and/or transferred, both in Italy and abroad, if not within the scope of articles 49.1.b. and 49.1.c.
 
6. Provision of personal data
Apart from what was said on the topic of browsing data, users are free to provide their personal data. The provision of data for the purpose of sending newsletters is optional yet necessary. In any event, refusal to provide the data makes it impossible to render the requested service.
 
7. Claims
Claims can be submitted to the Privacy Authority in any case of illegal violation of your personal data.
 
8. Rights of the data subject
Articles 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 21 of EU Regulation 679/2016 entitle the data subjects to exercise specific rights, including the right to obtain confirmation from the Data Controller of the existence of data concerning them and the right to request that said data be made available to them in intelligible form; data subjects are entitled to know the origin of the data, the purpose and methods of the data processing, the logic applied to the processing itself, the identifying information of the Data Controller and of the subjects to which the data may be communicated.
Data subjects are also entitled to obtain the updating, correction, completion, and deletion or limitation of the data, as well as to object, for legitimate reasons, to its processing.
 
9. Data Controller and Internal Contact Person
The Data Processing Controller is the Company Recodi Tecnology Srl, with registered office at the address of Cia Fermi 12 – 24050 Palosco (BG), Tel. +39 035 845495 – e-mail: info@recodi.it.
The internal contact person for the processing of your personal data is Moira Torri, domiciled at our Company’s offices. 
You can exercise the rights provided in articles 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 21 of EU Regulation 679/2016, by writing to: Recodi Tecnology S.r.l., with registered office at the address of Fermi 12 – 24050 Palosco (BG), Tel. +39 035 845495 – e-mail: info@recodi.it.
Please note that the Company Recodi Tecnology Srl is not subject to the requirement of appointing a Data Protection Officer (DPO) as provided for by art. 37 of the General Data Protection Regulations or GDPR.
 
This version of the Privacy Statement is updated as of 18 July 2018.
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