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Q. What is Bio Cremation™?

Q. How does the process work?

Q. How long does the Bio Cremation process take?

Q. Can we have a traditional funeral with the body present prior to the Bio Cremation process?

Q. How large of a body can the Bio Cremator accommodate?

Q. What is left following the Bio Cremation process, do I receive and "ashes" back?

Q. What happens if I have a pacemaker or any other form of implants or prosthesis?

Q. What happens to mercury dental fillings?

Q. Should I choose Bio Cremation over traditional cremation or burial?

Q. How much fuel per cycle does it take to operate?

Q. Are there any odors associated with the process?

Q. What is the chemical used in the Bio Cremation process and is it hazardous?

Q. Can I use other similar chemicals such as Sodium Hydroxide?

Q. Does the operator have to handle the chemicals?

Q. What size of chemical tank is required?

Q. At what temperature is the solution of water and chemicals operated at?

Q. What are the exiting liquid pH requirements to water recycling?

Q. What permits will be required?

Q. Is Acid used in the Bio Cremation process?

Q. Is this a boiling process?

A. No. This is a hydro-chemical process, accelerating natural decomposition processes with science and chemistry. The process water does not boil at this high temperature due to the pressure developed in the controlled environment in the cremation chamber. The human remains and process fluids are superheated in the water and KOH solution under pressure. This sophisticated environment hydrolyzes the human remains, leaving only bone fragments.

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