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KOHLER Water Filters Reach Over 15,000 Households

Partnerships Key to Providing Access to Safe Water
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KOHLER, Wis., March 22, 2017 /3BL Media/- Since its first shipment of KOHLER Clarity water filters on World Water Day 2016, Kohler Co. has distributed over 15,000 filters to residents in 11 countries around the world. Each filter can provide up to 40 liters of safe water each day – enough for a small family. A global leader in the plumbing industry, Kohler developed the ceramic filtration system to provide an in-home solution for the 1.8 billion people who lack access to safe drinking water.

Innovation for Good: Passion is Power

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Innovation for Good is a grass roots think tank where Kohler associates from every department can come together and use their experiences and expertise to address pressing social issues. The entire movement is based on the Kohler stewardship challenge of, ‘Give thought, take action.’

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Feathered Friend Helps Launch Green Career

Kohler's Resident Green Building Guru Started on a Very Different Career Path
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It was 1983 when an engineer from Michigan met a Yellow-Naped parrot from Honduras. Little did Joe Azzarello know that “Otis” would be a part of the family for 33 years (and counting) and would affect not only his personal life but his career as well.

“I’ll admit I had very little environmental sensitivity before I adopted Otis,” said Joe, shaking his head.

Kohler Launches Six-Minute Shower Challenge to Bonnaroo Attendees

#CommitToSix campaign supports The Nature Conservancy river restoration project
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KOHLER, Wis., June 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ - According to research from the EPA WaterSense® program, the average American adult spends 8 minutes in the shower, using about 18 gallons of water each time they lather up.* Kohler, a global leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bath products, encourages consumers to reduce their water usage by 25 percent by cutting their shower time by two minutes.

KOHLER Clarity Brings Safe Water to Those in Need

World Vision, iDE and Water Mission to Partner with Kohler
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An estimated 1.8 billion people lack access to safe drinking water. Kohler Co., a global leader in the plumbing industry, has developed a ceramic filtration system called KOHLER Clarity and will work with World Vision, iDE and Water Mission, among others, to enable people in remote regions to access safe, reliable drinking water. The system was designed to bring aspirational products to an affordable price point so NGOs and end users do not have to choose form over function.

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An estimated 1.8 billion people lack access to safe drinking water. Kohler Co., a global leader in the plumbing industry, has developed a ceramic filtration system called KOHLER Clarity and will work with World Vision, iDE and Water Mission, among others, to enable people in remote regions to access safe, reliable drinking water. The system was designed to bring aspirational products to an affordable price point so NGOs and end users do not have to choose form over function.

Kohler’s Water Conservation Efforts Earn EPA WaterSense® Recognition

Agency honors Kohler with third Sustained Excellence award for its commitment to action and consumer education
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KOHLER, Wis., October 8, 2015 /3BL Media/ – As recognition of its efforts to develop and promote water-saving products and educate consumers on water conservation issues, Kohler Co. has earned its third Sustained Excellence Award from the Environmental Protection Agency. Kohler, the leading brand of kitchen and bath plumbing products in the U.S., has long been dedicated to producing efficient, cutting-edge products that are at the forefront of the industry.

Kohler Joins “Connect the Drops” California Water Conservation Campaign

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KOHLER, Wis., September 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – As part of its goal to educate building professionals and consumers in California on reducing water use, Kohler Co. has joined Connect the Drops, a California advocacy campaign highlighting water stewardship efforts. The campaign brings together companies operating in California to initiate collaborative public-private solutions because of the state’s severe water shortage and unprecedented water reduction regulations implemented this year.

Engineering the Path to Water Conservation

Kohler’s resident water expert explains his journey from chemical engineer to sustainability marketing manager.
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Kohler’s resident water expert explains his journey from chemical engineer to sustainability marketing manager.

Engineering the Path to Water Conservation

Whirlpool Corporation and Kohler Co. Announce Commitment on Research Project for Net-Zero Water in the Home

Leaders in home appliance, plumbing industry committed to developing innovative approaches to reducing water consumption
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BENTON HARBOR, Mich., June 1, 2015 /3BL Media/ - According to recent projections from the Energy Information Agency and USA Today, by 2025 Americans will see their water bills double and potentially triple in major metro areas.  This threat to the wallets of homeowners across the country is adding to speculation that pressure to the U.S. infrastructure, already desperate for solutions to a water shortage in California, is headed toward a significant issue in water access. At this week’s Sustainable Brands Conference in San Diego, Whirlpool Corporation and Kohler Co.

Water Conservation: Putting It All Together

The water crisis will prompt us not only to rethink our approach to landscaping, but how we treat, use and recycle water inside our homes.
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WATER SECURITY IS a growing concern, not just in arid developing nations, but here in the United States. Public awareness is starting to catch up with this reality. According to the EPA, many of the states that have projected population growth increases also have higher per capita water use. This translates into heightened competition for an already limited resource. But the consequences of climate change, including unpredictable and prolonged droughts, are already spurring watering restrictions and higher utility rates.

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