100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon

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Articles - June 2012
Thursday, May 31, 2012

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2012 2011 COMPANY / ORGANIZATION CITY SCORE DESCRIPTION
76 NR Conservation Services Group Portland 255.67 Conservation company focusing on saving energy
77 NR Avista Utilities Medford 255.50 Energy production and distribution
78 95 Autodesk Lake Oswego 255.20 3D design, engineering and entertainment software
79 35 Ruby Receptionists Portland 255.00 Virtual receptionist company
80 NR Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives Portland 254.61 Affordable housing and associated services that provide family stability and self sufficiency
81 65 Elephants Delicatessen Portland 254.39 Retail delicatessen
82 NR Fortis Construction Portland 254.26 General contractor
83 98 Olsson Industrial Electric Eugene-Springfield 254.06 Industrial electrical contractor
84 54 Travel Salem Salem 253.70 Regional tourism promotion
85 82 Consumer Cellular Portland 253.54 Wireless service provider focused on individuals looking for safety and convenience
86 NR the Nines Portland 253.29 Hotel and restaurants
87 39 Rosendin Electric Hillsboro 252.91 Largest privately owned electrical contractor in the U.S.; employee-owned
88 42 Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront Portland 252.46 Hotel
89 27 Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest Portland 252.37 Recruits, places and supports full-time volunteers who serve a year in local social service groups
90 100 Sunstone Montessori School Portland 251.36 Preschool and elementary Montessori school
91 97 Sussman Shank LLP Portland 250.56 Law firm
92 NR Pearl Buck Center Eugene 249.71 Vocational, recreational and educational services for those affected by disabilities
93 NR Wauna Federal Credit Union Clatskanie 248.56 Credit union
94 NR Portland Community Media Portland 248.53 Promotes civic participation with tools, training and access to local non-commercial television
95 NR Matrix Networks Portland 247.43 Computer network sales, installation and maintenance
96 NR Grady Britton Portland 247.34 Full-service advertising agency
97 80 Ronald McDonald House Charities, OR/SW-WA Portland 247.30 Provides a "home away from home" to families with seriously ill children
98 NR Focus the Nation Portland 246.19 Leadership development, empowering youth interested in clean energy
99 NR Mazzetti Nash Lipsey Burch Portland 245.91 Mechanical, plumbing and electrical consulting engineers
100 75 BRING Recycling Eugene 245.79 Conservation education, opportunity and inspiration


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