WSP Environmental Pty Ltd (“WSP”) has developed and maintains the Product Ecology website (the “Site”). Your access to and use of the Site is subject to the following Terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) and all applicable laws. By accessing and browsing the Site you accept the Terms and Conditions detailed below and all terms and conditions arising from your subscription contract.
These Terms & Conditions are separate from the Terms of Service for subscribers of the Product Ecology tool (the “Service”) and cover access to the Product Ecology informational website located at http://www.productecologyonline.com.
1. Any trademarks or logos (the “Trademarks”) displayed on the Site may not be used without the written permission of WSP or such third party that may own the Trademarks. WSP, its contractor and law firms will aggressively enforce their intellectual property rights.
2. Images and information displayed on the Site are either the property of, or used with permission by WSP. Except as otherwise provided in Sections 2.1and 2.2, use of these images by anyone is prohibited. Site material may not be resold or broadcast in any form. Any unauthorized use of the images may violate copyright laws, trademark laws, and communications laws. No copyright is claimed to original government documents.
2.1. Copies, Electronic Transfer.
Users may view and electronically transfer and/or print out information on the Site for User’s company-internal needs.
3. The right to transmit material to the Site or alter the Site is limited to WSP. WSP and its contractors will fully cooperate with any law enforcement authorities requesting WSP to disclose the identity of anyone posting any unlawful or unauthorized information or materials.
4. WSP, its contractors and law firms have not reviewed all sites linked to this Site or all documents posted and are not responsible for the content of sites linked to the Site.
5. All persons accessing the Site agree that any proceeding arising from the Site shall be governed by and construed in accordance with law of the State of Victoria (Australia) and the courts of the State of Victoria shall have non-exclusive jurisdiction for all matters arising under it and Subcontractor completely and entirely waives any and all jurisdictional defences it may have now or in the future to the jurisdictional reach of such courts.