Website design and hosting
that doesn’t cost the Earth
Wild Atlantic Web is a small team committed to ethical web design and green hosting. We are dedicated to producing high quality, responsive affordable websites for everyone. We use WordPress to create blogs, e-commerce sites, learning management system sites and multilingual sites. We are based in Co. Mayo in the West of Ireland, but are happy to work with you where ever you are.
If you are a small business or individual and need a web designer at an affordable price, look no further.
Get in touch, and find out how we can help you with your project.
We offer a flexible price scale for our design and hosting services. Everyone pays according to their means and requirements.
You have full control over the design and hosting of your website or blog, we’re only here to help.
We’re making sure our corner of the Internet is as eco-friendly as can be. Our web server is powered by renewable energy.
Ethical Web Design
Hosting websites uses more and more energy as our world is increasingly connected. Stocking the enormous amount of data that we now produce has a high environmental cost. Data centres can host several thousands of computers, which, as they are in constant use, generate a lot of heat and therefore need cooling which requires even more power ! The internet has become a filthy, carbon-emitting monster.
Even though this means that we might pay a little more for our hosting, we’re committed to making sure our corner of the Internet is as green as can be. Our web server is powered entirely by renewable energy provided by E.ON, a leading renewable generator with over 20 on-shore and off-shore wind farms.
Our environmental policies aim to reduce waste, recycle as much as possible, and travel only when necessary, using only surface transport.
We are also continually planting more trees to offset our carbon dioxide emissions. We support a number of environmental NGOs such as Friends of the Earth and 350.org.
“Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it…”
“Give without remembering, take without forgetting”