Nowadays with advances in technology, we no longer have to accept inferior quality water containing impurities such as metals, chemicals, bacteria, oestrogen, nitrates, fluoride and chlorine. We can choose the quality and purity of the water we drink, just as we select other healthy lifestyle options.
While conducting business, it is necessary to hold and process data about living individuals. The collection, storage and processing of this data is subject to the terms of the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003. Among the core values of the GULP organisation are that we conduct our business in a manner which is compliant with the letter and spirit of all relevant laws and regulations and that we implement best practice standards in all areas of our business. GULP has established a set of principles as the foundation of the organisations Data Protection Policy and it is the responsibility of each GULP employee to be aware of the obligations that these principles place upon everyone who is involved in collecting, processing or insuring the security of data within the organisation.