The basic process borrows from the hydrolysis chemistry used by nature after burial but dramatically speeds it up and allows ash to be returned as with cremation.
Instead of burial in earth or burning by fire we now have a true third water based option that allows us to express our environmental awareness and concerns in a positive manner.
At last the public have a third choice that draws from the natural chemistry of Alkaline Hydrolysis applied in a manner that rapidly returns the body to ash to be returned to loved ones.
Resomation are exhibiting at Cremation Association of North America (CANA) 2017 from Wednesday 16th to Friday 18th August 2017 at Grand Hyatt New York in USA. The Cremation Association of…
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Published in Thanos Magazine 81 - Summer 2017 Help fight climate change and reduce environmental impact Over 135 years ago the introduction of flame cremation offered positive fundamental change in…
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Published on Funeral Zone on 27 July 2017 When poet Jeanette Pickersgill became the first British person to be legally cremated in 1885, it probably seemed unimaginable something so revolutionary…