The 19th edition of the International Fair of Urbanism and Environment TECMA, will host a program that gives tangible answers to the main issues that most concern the managers of cities, ensuring that this call is not only an exhibition space for the main companies of the sector, but also a place where to exchange good practices, knowledge and real experiences in the day to day of the responsible ones of our cities.
With the aim of giving updated and real-time answers to urban problems, TECMA 2018 will also put the emphasis on promoting and disseminating services, products and innovation processes, both technological and social, creating a new space called TECMA VERDE where companies and organizations will be able to count their main innovative projects that help to design cities more sustainable and with better quality of life for their inhabitants. Thus, TECMA 2018 will be confirmed as the benchmark for companies, organizations and municipalities in the areas of urban environment, climate change, circular economy and innovation.
TECMA is part of the Environment and Sustainability Forum, FSMS, whose third call organises IFEMA from 13 to 15 June 2018. This forum is also integrated by the 6th edition of the International Fair of Recovery and recycling, SRR; The 3rd Salon of cleaning and professional hygiene, Desclean; The 3rd ENVIFOOD Meeting Point, and the third forum of the cities of MADRID.
The Environment and Sustainability Forum, FSMS, is an integrative and transversal meeting that connects ideas and people. This is a biennial call and a vocation to put into value the advances in environmental sustainability in different areas of activity and to operate as a transversal space, which brings together various activities. Currently, it has the collaboration of more than 80 organizations from different sectors.
FSMS analyzes the environmental consequences that are associated with the large industry, but also the solutions and techniques offered today by companies and institutions to make possible the demands of a sustainable social, economic and environmental development.
TECMA Overview 2016