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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
51 NR Sponsors Eugene 261.48 Re-entry services to people with criminal histories
52 NR Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort Mt. Hood 261.18 Alpine and Nordic recreation
53 NR Image Pressworks Portland 261.17 Commercial printing
54 NR Trash for Peace Portland 261.06 Building recycling bins out of plastic bottles and other reused materials
55 46 Landscape East & West Clackamas 260.94 Landscape contractor servicing residential clients and homeowner associations
56 NR Coaxis Portland 260.39 Construction accounting ERP software
57 NR Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County Eugene 260.3 Mentoring programs
58 69 Terwilliger Plaza Portland 260.25 Continuing care retirement community
59 NR Stumptown Coffee Roasters Portland 260.03 Coffee roaster and retailer
60 NR Northwest Family Services Portland 259.76 Child well-being and family stability programs since 1983
61 11 REACH Community Development Portland 259.2 Owns and manages affordable housing and provides resident and community services
62 NR Ninkasi Brewing Company Eugene 258.89 Craft brewery
63 45 R&H Construction Portland 258.87 General contractor
64 59 CBRE Portland 257.12 Commercial real estate
65 23 Neil Kelly Company Portland 257.08 Design/build residential remodeling general contractor
66 NR Clean Energy Works Oregon Portland 256.93 Energy-efficiency upgrade program that creates jobs while increasing energy savings
67 NR G5 Bend 255.63 Software and services in the property management sector
68 NR Artemis Foods Portland 255.49 Catering services
69 42 Earth Advantage Institute Portland 255.03 Developing a building-science value proposition to consumers, real estate professionals, etc.
70 NR SCRAP Portland 254.93 Creative reuse center taking material donations and selling them at a low cost to the community
71 NR Oregon Supported Living Program Eugene 254.76 Residential and vocational services for men and women with developmental disabilities
72 NR CAWOOD Eugene 254.74 Marketing and strategic consulting
73 33 Elliott Associates Portland 254.51 Commercial property and asset management, investment sales and acquisitions, etc.
74 93 Wauna Federal Credit Union Clatskanie 254.45 Financial services

 


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