Washington state is known as "the evergreen state" for its abundance of coniferous trees. But trees aside, how green is Washington when it comes to reusing, recycling and eco-friendly behaviors? Well, we're not first place, but we're not bad.

Washington comes in fourth place among the 50 states.

Source: WalletHub

First place belongs to Vermont, followed by Massachusetts and then Oregon in third. I thought we could do better than Oregon, but it's all good. Oregon, in fact, came in first place for eco-friendly behaviors. This list was ranked by that along with environmental quality and climate-change contributions.

Washington did place second for highest water quality and tied for first place in highest soil quality.

Last place goes to Wyoming, where seldom is heard a discouraging word. Well, I'll say it. Wyoming, step up your game!

WalletHub has the full list and details.