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100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon 2013

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Monday, May 27, 2013

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26 16 Vernier Software & Technology Beaverton 270.89 Web design, software and hardware for teaching hands-on science, math and engineering
27 32 Ater Wynne LLP Portland 270.53 Law firm
28 23 Perkins Coie LLP Portland 270.44 Law firm
29 89 Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest Portland 269.43 Recruits, places and supports volunteers in social services, education, community health, etc.
30 NR DeSantis Landscapes Salem 269.18 Landscape maintenance and construction
31 8 Portland YouthBuilders Portland 268.7 Alternative high school for low-income youth, offering academics, vocational training, etc.
32 NR Family Relief Nursery – Cottage Grove Cottage Grove 268 Comprehensive child abuse prevention services
33 35 Realty Trust Group Portland 267.48 Real estate company
34 NR International Living Future Institute Portland 267.31 Green-building advocacy, education, outreach and Living Building Challenge certification
35 26 PECI Portland 267.3 Promoting trends and new technology adoption to make buildings smarter and more efficient
36 NR Adroit Construction Ashland 267.25 Commercial construction
37 NR Hopworks Urban Brewery Portland 267.15 Eco-brewpubs with all organic beers and local ingredients served in sustainable facilities
38 79 Ruby Receptionists Portland 266.72 Virtual receptionist service
39 18 Fluid Market Strategies Portland 266.3 Energy-efficiency consulting
40 56 Bonneville Environmental Foundation Portland 266.08 Renewable energy and watershed restoration
41 NR Energy Trust of Oregon Portland 265.49 Incentives and solutions to help utility customers save energy and tap renewable resources
42 NR NW Energy Efficiency Alliance Portland 265.15 Accelerating energy-efficient products, services, and practices in the Northwest
43 39 Walsh Construction Co. Portland 264.62 General contractor
44 55 Mercy Corps Portland 264.4 Alleviates suffering, poverty and oppression by helping build secure, productive and just communities
45 85 Consumer Cellular Portland 264.24 Wireless service provider focused on over-50-year-olds looking for safety, convenience and value
46 NR Friends of Zenger Farm Portland 263.92 Models, promotes and educates on sustainable food, environmental stewardship, community development
47 53 King Estate Winery Eugene 263.27 Winery
48 74 Anthro Corporation Tualatin 262.87 Manufacturing furniture for technology, education, medical, OEM and government markets
49 NR Green Hammer Portland 262.38 Design-build and remodeling to create healthier, more sustainable buildings
50 NR Interface Engineering Portland 262.2 Consulting engineers


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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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