Rockwell Automation's Green Roof Provides a Symbol of Sustainability in Milwaukee

SOURCE: Rockwell Automation


Rockwell Automation’s Majo Thurman, director of environment, health & safety, discussed the green roof atop the company’s global headquarters building in Milwaukee in a recent interview with WaterMarks: An Atlas of Water for the City of Milwaukee.

Green roofs, sometimes called living roofs, are typically covered with vegetation and offer a variety of environmental benefits. Rockwell’s captures a million gallons of stormwater per year. At the time it was created in 2010, Rockwell’s green roof was the largest single-level green roof in the Wisconsin.

Watch Thurman’s interview about Rockwell’s green roof, here.

To learn more about the company’s sustainability efforts, visit its 2020 Sustainability Report content hub.

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