Building a robust food scrap recycling industry in illinois
The Illinois Food Scrap Coalition (IFSC) is a thriving not-for-profit organization advancing diversion and composting of organics in Illinois through advocacy, program implementation, market and business development, policy, and outreach.
ILCSWMA conference session: Composting is Hot!
Wyndham Springfield City Center
IFSC Fall Forum
November 6; 1p-3p
Hickory Knolls Discovery Center, St. Charles
Read about IFSC member events, accomplishments, programs, services and opportunities.
The 2019 strategic plan for the Illinois Food Scrap Coalition (IFSC) has been finalized and is now available online. You may download the plan (in PDF format) directly at http://illinoiscomposts.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/IFSC_2019StratPlan_FINAL.pdf or find a...
IFSC is grateful to Seven Generations Ahead (SGA) for being a Platinum level Sustaining Partner. Contributions from Sustaining Partners help further the impact of IFSC's efforts to support and grow composting infrastructure in Illinois. Take a moment to learn more...
There are many Illinois laws that encourage infrastructure and resource development, fostering growth in the composting industry. IFSC supports these policies that promote composting and increase the diversion of food scrap from landfills.