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100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon

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Articles - June 2012
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Article Index
100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon
Ranks 1-23
Ranks 26-50
Ranks 51-75
Ranks 76-100
By The NUnmbers
Methodology & Alpha Index

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2012 2011 COMPANY / ORGANIZATION CITY SCORE DESCRIPTION
26 22 PECI Portland 274.60 Energy-efficiency solutions
27 NR Columbia Printing & Graphics Portland 273.46 Cleanroom consumables and commercial printing
28 NR Friends of Trees Portland 273.06 Tree planting and community building
29 70 Capital Pacific Bank Portland 273.00 Business banking and financial services
30 NR Adelante Mujeres Forest Grove 272.84 Education, empowerment and enterprise for low-income Latino families
31 50 Smart Wireless Portland 272.50 Retail wireless dealer
32 34 Ater Wynne LLP Portland 271.90 Law firm
33
(tie)
NR Elliott Associates Portland 271.43 Asset and property management; investment sales; accounting, facilities and leasing services
33
(tie)
32 Microsoft Corp. Portland 271.43 Software company
35 19 Realty Trust Group Portland 271.16 Real estate company
36 NR Our United Villages Portland 270.71 Convenes, consults and acts as catalyst for local community-building
37 81 Green Acres Landscape Salem 269.90 Landscape contractor
38 53 Boly:Welch Recruiting & Consulting Portland 269.14 Recruiting and consulting
39 NR Walsh Construction Co. Portland 268.90 General contractor
40 NR Levi Strauss & Co. Eugene 268.60 Shared financial services center for apparel manufacturer
41 NR AJ's Auto Repair Salem 267.73 Auto repair
42 73 Earth Advantage Institute Portland 266.70 Service provider of green building programs for the built environment
43 NR gDiapers Portland 266.34 Maker of 100% biodegradable hybrid cloth/disposable diapers
44 30 Carr Auto Group Beaverton 266.10 Automotive dealership
45 47 R&H Construction Portland 265.70 Commercial construction general contractor
46 61 Landscape East & West Clackamas 265.69 Landscape maintenance and installation
47 NR RHT Energy Solutions Medford 265.56 Energy engineering consulting
48 14 Rogue Creamery Central Point 265.51 Artisan cheese producers
49 51 Oregon Community Warehouse Portland 264.96 Provides basic household necessities for people and families recovering from crises
50 46 Cascade Employers Association Salem 264.61 Human resource consulting association


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