Eco-Friendly Oregon Businesses
EcoBiz certifies Eco-Friendly Auto Repair & Body Shops, Landscapers, and Car Washes in Oregon. Certified businesses meet high standards to reduce toxics, prevent pollution, and protect the environment. Each certified location has been visited and evaluated by EcoBiz program staff, and certified by the Oregon DEQ and a local water authority. Public agencies, such as fleet maintenance facilities and parks departments, are also eligible for EcoBiz Certification.
To find Eco-Friendly businesses, click on the map icons above, or search by zip, service, area, or keyword in the blue bar. For businesses outside of the Portland Metro Area, go to the statewide list. If you are a business interested in applying for certification, or you have a question about the standards, please Contact EcoBiz.
EcoBiz recognizes the disproportionate impacts of pollution from manufacturing, use, and disposal of hazardous materials to members of the community who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). The program is committed to serving businesses and organizations that are BIPOC-owned and -operated. EcoBiz provides free technical assistance and resources to reduce employee and community exposure to hazardous chemicals.
By reducing or eliminating hazardous chemicals, preventing spills and conserving water, our auto repair, body shops, and car washes work hard to protect their customers, employees, and the environment.
Businesses exceed industry best practices and legal requirements designed to protect local waterways. To verify environmental standards, each facility is personally inspected by EcoBiz program staff.
From designers, maintenance providers, and irrigation specialists, to full service operations, our Certified Landscapers create aesthetically pleasing and eco-friendly environments.
EcoBiz promotes Integrated Pest Management, a set of practices that works to reduce or eliminate harmful pesticides, save water, and find the right plant for the right place. Choose an EcoBiz Landscaper, and do your part to protect our natural resources. (Photo above courtesy of Landscape East & West).