Eco Web Hosting believes that it is vital that web hosting companies have a minimal impact on the environment. As part of this, we regularly review our policies and procedures to ensure we’re reducing our environmental impact and working in the greenest way possible.
We work with tree-planting organisations to plant trees for each website we host, as well as other Gold Standard projects.
Our staff works together to run an eco-friendly business, including working remotely and using green energy suppliers.
All our websites are hosted on extremely energy-efficient servers, and we are always finding new ways to improve our efficiency.
We've planted trees in 21 countries around the world, including Madagascar, Nicaragua, and the United Kingdom.
For each hosting package purchased, we plant trees through the Eden Reforestation Project, helping to offset the carbon footprint of our customers through tree planting projects in Nepal, Indonesia, and Haiti.
We offset our employees’ carbon footprint through Ecologi. Through them, we plant trees around the world, including within the United Kingdom, as well as help fund other Gold Standard sustainability projects.
We teamed up with Liz England, Eco Web Hosting customer, wildlife enthusiast, and nature photographer, to plant 270 native species on her land, bringing more wildlife to the Rutland area and providing even more photographic opportunities.
We partnered with Ransom Wood Business Park to plant over 300 trees to help offset the carbon emissions of our servers. Our operations team is also based here and look after our energy-efficient hosting platforms.
We helped to sponsor this Gold Standard project from UPC Renewables in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, which produces 253,000 MWh of renewable energy every year for the national grid through its 30 wind turbines, reducing air pollution and powering over 70,000 local homes.
Through Tree-Nation, we have planted over 2,500 trees as part of the Usambara Biodiversity Conservation project, helping to reverse deforestation in the Eastern Arc Mountains rain forest of Tanzania, as well as providing jobs and educational opportunities in the area.
We are always looking for green-focused projects to help with, especially if they're based in the UK. If you have space for planting trees, are running an environmental project that needs assistance, or know of a project that could use some help, please get in touch with us today.