A woman wearing a KOHLER t-shirt fills water into a large bath in a manufacturing facility

Footprint reduction.

We measure our environmental footprint and the success of our efforts to reduce our impact on the environment by tracking our energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, our water use, and our waste to landfill.

Food waste fuels communities and agriculture.

When Joe Austreng, the manager of Horse & Plow, saw food waste, he saw an opportunity.

A photo taken from outside shows KOHLER shower bases and baths about to be fired in a giant kiln

A playbook for saving energy around the world.

By teaming up for the win, our vitreous potteries around the world have managed to make a significant dent in our energy use.

A photo taken from outside shows the front entrance to a LEED-certified KOHLER showroom. The interior is lighted and a KOHLER sign hangs by the front door

LEEDing the way building green showrooms.

Our industry-first LEED showrooms.

The interior piping for a steam turbine

Steam. Who knew it was so electrifying?!

New steam turbine heats things up.

Machines crush material waste into smaller pieces to be used in Kohler’s Beneficial Reuse program

Making the case for waste.

Kohler’s Beneficial Reuse program.

An aerial shot of a windmill in the midst of expansive farming land

Farming wind energy.

Kansas wind farm will meet the electricity needs of Kohler’s U.S. and Canadian operations.

Our Progress Toward Better: Kohler's 2022 Believing in Better® Report

In our journey to better, we use Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria as a framework to transparently report against our goals and progress while ensuring the actions we take are embedded in our business strategy and operations.

Your Kohler story begins here.