100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon 2013

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Monday, May 27, 2013

0613 GreenList

2013 2012 COMPANY / ORGANIZATION CITY SCORE DESCRIPTION
1 6 Research Into Action Portland 291.84 Energy-efficiency and renewable-energy program evaluation and market research
2 3 Standing Stone Brewing Co. Ashland 290.52 Restaurant, farm and brewery
3 19 Gerding Edlen Portland 288.79 Real estate development, property management and retrofit consulting
4 2 Rose City Mortgage Portland 286.45 Socially responsible mortgage broker
5 4 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel – Portland Portland 285.89 Hotel
6 5 Sokol Blosser Winery Dundee 284.83 Vineyard, winery and tasting room
7 1 Oregon Environmental Council Portland 284.09 Safeguards clean air and water, unpolluted landscape and healthy food from local farms
8 29 Capital Pacific Bank Portland 282.25 Business banking and financial services
9 NR Mountain Rose Herbs Eugene 281.87 Certified-organic bulk herbs/spices, essential oils, teas, natural health and body care
10 48 Rogue Creamery Central Point 281.16 Artisan cheese production
11 64 Capitol Auto Group Salem 279.85 Automotive sales and service
12 15 Tualatin Valley Water District Beaverton 278.93 Special district and public water utility
13 20 Pacific Landscape Management Hillsboro 278.67 Commercial landscape management
14 12 Isler CPA Eugene 276.7 CPA firm
15 37 Green Acres Landscape Salem 276.29 Landscape installation and maintenance
16 28 Friends of Trees Portland 275.87 Bringing people together to plant and care for urban trees and green spaces
17 NR The Hershey Company/Dagoba Plant Ashland 275.64 Chocolate and confectionery products
18 27 Columbia Printing & Cleanroom Portland 275.53 Cleanroom consumables, digital and commercial printing
19 14 PAE Portland 274.48 Mechanical/electrical/lighting consulting and engineering
20 17 Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants – Portland Portland 274.39 Hotel and restaurant group
21 7 Salem Convention Center Salem 273.44 Full-service convention center
22 NR Aim High Academy of Martial Arts Beaverton 273.21 Martial-arts education and development for youth and adults
23 38 Boly:Welch Consulting & Recruiting Portland 272.73 Consulting and recruiting
24 NR EARTH2O Culver 272.6 Bottler of premium spring water
25 NR Xanterra at Crater Lake White City 272.58 Lodging, restaurants, retail, and tour operations for Crater Lake National Park

 


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-1 #1 Carr Chevrolet Goes Green!Guest 2013-05-30 22:35:01
Way to go Carr Chevrolet for making the list.

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