We proudly support the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization dedicated to granting life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Our collaboration with the Make-A-Wish Foundation reflects our values of compassion and community engagement.
Through fundraising initiatives, volunteer efforts, and awareness campaigns, we aim to bring joy and hope to these brave children and their families. By aligning our brand with the transformative mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, EcoGreen Electrical reaffirms its dedication to both environmental sustainability and the well-being of the communities we serve. Together, we strive to create a brighter, more compassionate future for those in need.
EcoGreen Electrical are passionate about producing high-quality electrical installations that are sustainable, that’s why we’re part of the Ecologi family.
Every month as a business we commit to planting trees and other projects to help offset our carbon footprint. On top of this after every job we complete we plant an extra 10 trees on behalf of our customers! Going greener together!
If you click on this paragraph you can also sign up to Ecologi today and they will gift an extra 30 trees to you and us! So that’s another 60 trees planted!
EcoGreen Electrical are proud to support Hertfordshire's 20's plenty campaign, slower speeds make it so much safer for everyone.
20's Plenty for Us campaign groups from across Hertfordshire have joined forces to form 20's Plenty for Hertfordshire. We are campaigning for default 20mph speed limits on all urban, village and residential roads across Hertfordshire (with exceptions where required), without the need for physical calming measures.
Successive National Attitude Surveys* show that there is support from over 71% of the UK population for 20mph speed limits and their popularity increases even further after implementation. Click here to find out more!
EcoGreen Electrical also support the Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust who work with land managers, farmers and organization's across Hertfordshire and Middlesex to help them improve their habitats for wildlife.
Currently only about 30% of Local Wildlife Sites in the county are managed positively for wildlife (in Positive Conservation Management, or PCM). We want to see this percentage increase. - Click here to see how you can help!