Cremation

The death of a pet used to be marked by a ceremonial grave dug in the backyard, or, depending on the pet, a flush down the toilet. Things have changed drastically in recent years, as people have begun treating their pets more and more like the loved members of the family that they’ve always been, […]

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The news has circled the country, along with the rest of planet, about the TSA Agent in Orlando, FL who spilled passenger John Gross’ grandfather’s ashes while checking the rest of Gross’ belongings before he could board a plane. After opening the urn and spilling the ashes, the agent apparently laughed and made no effort […]

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Green cremation is a new alternative to burial, founded by Resomation, which is more environmentally safe than traditional burials or cremations. Resomation has distribution and manufacturing partners across the world. So far, this green cremation, known as Bio Cremation in the USA, has been legalized by three states and is currently being considered by other […]

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More and more crematoria are getting concerned with the environment. Thus, they are taking the lead in recycling prosthetics by diligently filtering the scraps for recycling. Prosthetic hips, artificial knees and metal implants of all sorts, are taken to recycling plants once the family members of the deceased agree to donate it. One factory proudly […]

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