Bluebird Network, a colocation data centre and communications infrastructure provider, has announced its target for net zero carbon emissions by 2040.
The company plans to achieve its goal through a number of measures, including the implementation of LED lighting technologies at its data centre facilities, an electronic recycle, reuse and refurbish programme and the creation of a used electronic purchasing programme.
Bluebird also intends to implement sustainable purchasing alternatives and vendor relationships to reduce its total carbon footprint across the supply chain.
In addition, the company will continue its energy audits on facilities to determine energy conservation measures and support improvements in energy efficiency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Elliott Gillespie, VP of Operations at Bluebird Network said: “As a communications infrastructure provider and colocation data centre operator, we’re assuming our responsibility and taking action to reduce our carbon footprint.
“We have always prioritised energy efficiency but now we are taking a step further to ensure we’re doing our part to protect the environment and help our customers and partners do the same.”