The Green List 2010

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Articles - June 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

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2010
2009
COMPANY/
ORGANIZATION
WEBSITE
CITY
SCORE
DESCRIPTION

61

75

Capitol Auto Group

capitolauto.com

Salem

265.89

Car dealerships and repair and collision center

61

NR

Highland Laboratories

highlandvitamins.com

Mt. Angel

265.89

Supplement and personal care manufacturing

63

NR

Catlin Gabel School

catlin.edu

Portland

265.33

Preschool through 12th grade school

64

NR

Environments

environmentsnw.com

Portland

265.09

Sustainable design, furnishings, consulting for workplaces, etc.

65

NR

Northwest Newborn Specialists PC

nwnewborn.com

Portland

264.83

Physicians group specializing in newborn needs

66

NR

Consumer Cellular

consumercellular.com

Portland

264.43

Wireless wholesaler of phones, calling plans, customer support

67

NR

American Licorice Company

americanlicorice.com

Bend

264.23

Manufacture of Red Vines and other candy products

68

NR

GBD Architects

gbdarchitects.com

Portland

264.02

Architecture, interiors and planning

69

NR

HDR

hdrinc.com

Portland

264.00

Employee-owned architectural, engineering and consulting firm

70

NR

Audubon Society of Portland

audubonportland.org

Portland

263.86

Conservation advocacy, wildlife rehab., env. education, etc.

71

26

CH2M HILL

ch2m.com/corporate

Portland

263.70

Engineering, procurement, construction, and operations

72

NR

Child Care Development Services

ccdsmetro.org

Gresham

263.69

Nutrition training and financial reimb. for feeding children

73

67

PIVOT Architecture

pivotarchitecture.com

Eugene

263.56

Architecture and planning

74

NR

EARTH2O

earth2o.com

Culver

263.39

Bottled water bottling and distribution

75

NR

Terwilliger Plaza

terwilligerplaza.com

Portland

263.30

Long-term care retirement community

76

NR

Heathman Lodge/North Pacific

heathmanlodge.com

Portland

263.16

Hotel

77

NR

Ore. League of Conservation Voters

olcv.org

Portland

262.89

Political group to elect pro-environment leaders, etc.

78

19

PakTech

paktech-opi.com

Eugene

262.80

Plastic injection molders of packaging handles, etc.

79

NR

Portland YouthBuilders

pybpdx.org

Portland

262.59

Alt. high school with academics, vocational training, leadership

80

NR

Travel Salem

travelsalem.com

Salem

262.49

Destination marketing promoting Salem, Marion/Polk counties



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Comments   

 
April
0 #1 Terrible Rank DiscrepanciesApril 2010-06-15 11:02:18
I noticed that you have a number of discrepancies in your ranking strategy and I'm quite frankly appalled at your lack of proofing and editing. Some of the time ties are denoted (correctly) by duplicating the rank followed by the next appropriate number had no tie existed (i.e. 34th, 34th, 36th). Other times you (erroneously) list the same score with different ranks (i.e. 38th - 270.4, 39th - 270.4).
This should be an embarrassment to your magazine as it significantly reduces the credibility of your survey. Next year I hope you have your ducks in a row prior to the publication date.
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Brandon Sawyer
0 #2 Rank discrepanciesBrandon Sawyer 2010-06-15 17:58:37
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The cause of the discrepancies was that differences in score were obscured by rounding scores up to one decimal point. I have updated the online list with scores carried out to two digits so you can see accurate differences in score that correspond to the ranks. Next year, we will ensure that the list presented to all readers shows enough information to make sense of the rankings.

I'm sorry for any negative impression it may have given about the survey.

Thanks again for your diligent reading of the list.
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