Eco-Friendly After Death Options


Here is a list of ways to “recycle” your body once you’ve passed on. Topics covered are: Eco Pod, Life Gem, green burials, Vinyly, Shelves for Life, resomation, Bio Urns, coral reefs, compost, pencils, 3D art, eco invites, bicycle hearse. Yes, those are all different ways to dispose of a dead body. Let me know your thoughts & keep the conversation going below! Want more? Subscribe!: Want to talk? Twitter!

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3 Thoughts on “Eco-Friendly After Death Options

  1. QuEeNMeRaNdA on July 2, 2012 at 4:58 am said:

    That is such an amazing process. Thanks for giving more information on the subject, I had a difficult time finding more than what I had. I wish more people were aware of options like these.

  2. SuperMissblueeyes on July 2, 2012 at 5:51 am said:

    powder, which is purer than the remains from cremation as there’s no ash from the coffin, just your own remains from your bones. Even before the steam leaves through the chimney, it’s cleaner than the water you flush from your toilet, as the chemicals used in resomation have cleaning properties. So it’s cleaned twice, during the resomation process & then when it enters the water supply, where as sewage only receives one cleaning cycle before re-entering the water supply! It’s safer than sewage!

  3. SuperMissblueeyes on July 2, 2012 at 6:22 am said:

    Just to expand a little on resomation (which would be my choice if we have anywhere in the UK that does it). The water, lye & other chemicals break down everything except metal & bone (any pace makers can be re-used after “treatment”, a whole other issue). You’re then only left with very clean, white bone, as even the coffin breaks down & goes up in the steam of the chimney! It’s then treated the same as the ashes from cremation & ground down in a cremulator. You’re then left with a pure white..

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