The 100 Best Green Workplaces in Oregon

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Tuesday, May 27, 2014
1 4 Rose City Mortgage
Portland 296.66 Socially responsible mortgage broker
2 1 Research Into Action, Inc.
Portland 291.73 Energy-efficiency and renewable energy program evaluation and market research firm
3 10 Rogue Creamery
Central Point 290.77 Artisan cheese producers
4 18 Columbia Printing & Cleanroom Inc.
Portland 288.18 Cleanroom consumables, digital and commercial printing
5 7 Oregon Environmental Council
Portland 285.86 Environmental conservation
6 2 Standing Stone Brewing Company
Ashland 285.82 Restaurant and brewery
7 NR LifeSource Natural Foods
Salem 285.63 Independant natural foods retailer
8 8 Capital Pacific Bank
Portland 285.44 Business banking and financial services
9 48 Anthro Corporation
Tualatin 284.97 Furniture design and manufacturing
10 5 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland
Portland 281.82 Sustainable hotel in downtown Portland
11 17 The Hershey Co./DAGOBA
Ashland 280.36 Maker of chocolate and confectionary products
12 12 Tualatin Valley Water District
Beaverton 280.31 Provides water to more than 200,000 people in  Washington County
13 NR SERA Architects
Portland 278.77 Sustainable architecture and design firm
14 61 REACH Community Development
Portland 277.86 Affordable housing development, repair and management
15 102 AJ's Auto Repair
Salem 277.28 Automotive repair and maintenance
16 11 Capitol Auto Group
Salem 276.41 Automotive sales and service
17 26 Vernier Software & Technology
Beaverton 276.25 Web design, software and hardware for teaching science, math and engineering
18 46 Friends of Zenger Farm
Portland 275.51 Farm-based education for young people and families
19 35 PECI
Portland 274.90 Designs and manages energy-efficiency programs
20 29 Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest
Portland 274.75 Recruits, places and supports full-time volunteers serving social service agencies, schools and nonprofits
21 53 Image Pressworks
Portland 273.84 Commericial printing firm
22 54 Trash for Peace
Portland 273.09 Promotes reducing, reusing, and recycling waste
23 NR Adelante Mujeres
Forest Grove 272.99 Provides education and empowerment opportunities to low-income Latina women and their families
24 33 Realty Trust Group
Portland 272.85 Local real estate company
25 NR On-the-Move Community Integration
Portland 272.73 Inclusion services for adults with developmental disabilities

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