Our showerheads and hand showers featuring Katalyst™ technology get a boost from an unexpected source to create their powerful, luxurious yet water-conserving streams.
The innovative air-induction technology plumps up each water droplet so it feels bigger and performs better. In a way, it’s more water but using less. Make sense?
Call it field-to-fork, farm-to-table or (even tastier) greenhouse-to-ravioli. Kohler chefs craft their menus with more and more locally grown ingredients, including some from our very own land.
Caltech’s toilet of the future got a quick cultural makeover before making its public debut at a sanitary solution fair last week in New Delhi. The design for this innovative restroom utilized traditional Indian truck art, which will help it blend with its destined community and encourage its use.
As part of our evolving partnership with the Yellowstone Park Foundation, one of the world’s oldest national parks now features high-efficiency KOHLER® fixtures in its historic Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel. More than 9,000 gallons of water are saved each day, and that’s just the start.
Watch the impact a greener soccer field has on our Kohler community in Reynosa, Mexico. A significant contributor to a larger 300-cubic-meter (per day) water-savings project, this field is improving our environmental footprint and creating a safer haven for friendly competition.
Millions of gallons of water are used every day worldwide to wash hotel linens and towels. Hotels bringing attention to water conservation is a fairly common practice. See how the staff at The American Club®, Kohler’s five-star, five-diamond hotel, makes this little sustainability reminder a beautiful thing.
Thanks to our partnership with Homes For Our Troops, we have provided bathroom and kitchen products and home generators for 58 homes of severely injured U.S. veterans—from California to Vermont—since 2011.This national nonprofit organization builds homes at no charge to provide these veterans with maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently.
As a Kohler sustainability champion, Dave Wilson looks for ways to improve the environmental footprint in his workplace. As it turns out, he does the same at home.
In 2009, he installed a solar panel system—of his own design—on his Wisconsin home. Today he’s generating enough energy to cover his electrical consumption and selling the rest back to the utility company. He expects that his sizable capital investment in the equipment will pay for itself within five to six years.
Believing In Better inspired a group of Kohler Wisconsin associates to transform a patch of parking lot into a shared, flourishing gardening experience. Watch their story and discover the bountiful progress achieved by believing in better.