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With cremation becoming ever more common, the options for memorialization have also multiplied. We provide endless ways to remember your loved one and inter their remains for eternity.
The following are few of the many ways we provide to inter your loved one's remains or pre-plan for your own memorialization after cremation:
Contrary to popular belief, the process of cremation has a significant adverse impact on the environment, more than previously thought. See below:
Each cremation uses about 110 L (28 US gal) of fuel and releases about 240 kg (540 lb) of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
1 million bodies that are cremated annually in the United States produce about 240,000 t (270,000 short tons) of carbon dioxide. That’s more CO2 pollution than 22,000 average American homes generate in a year!
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