As a minority business enterprise, McTech is aware of its origins and has embraced the EPA's strategy to "Work to reduce and prevent harmful exposures and health risks to children and underserved, disproportionately impacted low-income, minority and tribal communities and support community efforts to build healthy, sustainable green neighborhoods." In all McTech project sectors, we embrace sustainable building methods and strive to give back to the communities we serve.
We have seen firsthand that minority and low-income populations are vulnerable to environmental pollution and are at high risk for poor health outcomes. The causes are many and include higher pollution exposure in places where they work, live and play with no recourse. Children are most often sensitive to environmental pressures.
To that end we champion the cause that regardless of age, race, economic status or ethnicity, all of the communities we serve have access to clean water and clean air. We utilize sustainable construction methods, advocate the LEED green building rating system, and encourage the implementation of green design in construction.