About personal data and cookies

We use personal data and cookies for this purpose

D request that the Commission receive and process various personal information in a number of situations in order to carry out our tasks. Learn how we process this information.


We use cookies

The first time you visit the Danish Decommissioning website, you will see a bar at the bottom with information about cookies. The bar will only disappear once you have accepted the use of cookies. If you use the same browser the next time you visit the website, the bar will not appear. The cookies placed on your computer equipment when you visit our website are used for two purposes: to make the website work and for statistical purposes.


Certain cookies are necessary for the website's content to function as intended. In addition, youTube puts third-party cookies when you play a video embedded from YouTube. YouTube uses, among other things, the following: cookies to remember preferences.
Read about cookies from Youtube (at Google - in Danish)

You can share content from dekom.dk on social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. When you share, expect the social network to set cookies. Which and for what purpose differ from network to network. The provider of the network is responsible for informing and obtaining consent regarding these cookies. These cookies are placed on your device's browser when you access the pages.

No to 3.parts cookies?

If you choose to say no to 3.parts cookies, we do not set cookies for Google Analytics statistics and YouTube views. On the other hand, we set a cookie that remembers that you do not want 3.parts cookies. If you do not want cookies to be set at all, turn cookies off in your browser.

A no thanks to 3.parts cookies will mean that the YouTube videos embedded on the website cannot be displayed.

Withdrawal of consent


Cookie Notice

All Danish websites are obliged to inform about which cookies are placed on the user's equipment. The information shall be in accordance with the "Notice on information and consent requirements for the storage and access to information in end-user terminal equipment".

The notice requires informed consent from the user when websites wish to store cookies on the user's IT equipment.
Read about cookie law at the Danish Business Authority


Cookies are used by virtually all websites. It is a file that is placed on your computer or other IT equipment. It allows you to recognize your computer and gather information about which pages and features are visited with your browser.

Cookies can't tell who you are, what you're called, where you live, or whether your computer is used by one or more people. It also cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs.