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Green Web Hosting Providing Clean Hosting Solutions
By: Joe Eitel
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    Sometimes it seems as if the entire world is slowly becoming “green.” From the food we eat to the products we use, everything seems to be moving towards sustainability. Because of the growing climate crisis/waste debates, being more eco-conscious or environmentally responsible is of the utmost importance. There are obvious things we can all do, but if you have your own website, you can go green in an even bigger way.

    Though it's true that "green" has become the most overused buzz word in recent years, it's not a fad or a practice we can rule out. The Internet has even found a way to go green.

    Now, to many of us it may seem like the Internet has been sustainable since its inception; after all, it enabled us to cut down on paper thanks to the advent of e-mail. It's easy to forget, however, that there are massive "server farms" and expansive office buildings that keep the Internet going by hosting billions of websites and providing them with online storage, databases, data transfers, and e-mail, among other services. These services require huge amounts of machinery, which in turn need a whole lot of power, i.e. energy.

    Thankfully, consumers now have greener options when it comes to web hosting, as there are quite a few companies out there that have taken the steps necessary to make this happen. It doesn't matter if you have a personal website or a business-related site; chances are you can now find a green web host and hosting package that's right for you. Let's take a look at what some green web hosting companies are offering.

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