Funeral Home Using
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New, Greener Cremation
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Resomation Offers a Green
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Consider The Environment First!

This more eco-friendly process offers distinct environmental advantages even beyond traditional flame cremation. Through the Bio Cremation process, we create the following highlights…

  • No vaporized mercury emissions and no filtration or abatement systems required. Note: Mercury from dental amalgam is contained and recycled not vaporized
  • Caskets are not burned – protects our natural resources and produces less CO2.
  • Low carbon footprint – 4x less carbon impact versus traditional flame cremation. Note: Reduces the use of fossil fuels and minimizes greenhouse gases/climate change
  • Energy efficient – 1/8 the energy usage versus traditional flame cremation.
  • By-product (effluent) is safe with no harmful chemical or microbial contamination.
  • Preserves 20+% more bone fragments than traditional flame cremation.
  • Embalming fluid is neutralized and cytotoxic drugs are destroyed in the process.
  • Pacemakers do not need to be surgically removed prior to the process.
  • Medical implants are unaffected and can possibly be recycled.

White Papers

By Craig Sinclair
Cremation of Human Remains: A Comparison of Alkaline Hydrolysis versus Combustion

The Press-Enterprise

‘Green’ road to ‘greener pastures’ approved, May 7, 2010 (PDF)

Funeral homes seek to legalize ‘bio-cremation’ as a green alternative, May 4, 2010 (PDF)

Dying to be green, March 30, 2010 (PDF)

Funeral Business Advisor

Going Green, January 2010

Treatment plan to accept CU vet waste, July 2010
Teamwork in waste plan, June 2010

American Chemical Society

Eternally Green: New Eco-Friendly Cremations And Burials, July 2, 2010

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