Believing In Better Blog

Believing In Better Blog

The Kohler Believing In Better blog features the stories of Kohler associates worldwide who are striving to move forward and make the world a better place, each and every day.

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Kohler India Team Navigates a Sustainability Roadblock by Rethinking Everything
How do you reuse water sustainably? You use it to water the grass, of course. Well, not always, as our faucets team in India found out. Plating faucets (meaning, adding the finish to them) requires a lot of rinsing to wash away impurities that affect quality. Much of this water can be treated and then reused, but some cannot. The agents used to treat the parts contain salts...
Mar 6, 2015 12:00 PM ET
Beijing Agencies Name Kohler Plant's Boiler Room a 'Benchmark' for Safety and Sustainability
China’s capital city is on an air-quality mission. And one way to begin to mend the heavy haze and smog that plagues its environment is replacing the unknown (but most likely large) number of coal-fired boilers still burning. In 2013, our...
Mar 5, 2015 1:30 PM ET
Kohler Co. Associates Help Special Needs Organization with Musical Prep
Setting the Stage for Stewardship When Kohler Power Systems associates from throughout the U.S. gathered for their 2015 sales kickoff meeting, they were challenged to tap into their creative side....
Mar 4, 2015 2:30 PM ET
1,000 Days Injury Free: Kohler Safety Milestones Deserve a Shout-Out
A Track Record of Safety Deserves a Shout-Out Our faucets team in Sheridan, Arkansas, knows the benefit of “safety first.” Together, they reached an impressive 1,000 straight days without a DART, or “Days Away, Restricted or Transferred” due to injury.   How did they do it? Led by an associate safety committee, the milestone was a collaboration of safety audit...
Mar 3, 2015 11:00 AM ET
Kohler Sustainability Champion Dives Into Reducing Restaurant Waste
We Believe You Can Always Ask for More Bread You’re out for dinner. Ah, the bread basket arrives. Mmm. But when you’re done with your fill, did you know that the rest is tossed in another type of basket? (That would be the trash kind.) Our server-turned-sustainability-snoop Melissa Crane set out to prevent this kind of waste (and money in the garbage) at ...
Mar 2, 2015 1:00 PM ET

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