No flame cremations, or resomation, is the process where the body is broken down chemically using a method called alkaline hydrolysis. Currently, there are only a few funeral homes is the U.S. that conduct resomation.
“Many people don’t realize that with resomation, you still have a small amount of cremains,” said Melody Jamali, president of Une Belle Vie Memorial Urns. “If you are going to this level of commitment to help the environment, it is only natural to house those cremains in a fully biodegradable urn.”
Une Belle Vie’s expanded line of biodegradable urns can last for quite some time in a temperature-
Une Belle Vie’s current collection of biodegradable urns ranges from traditional-
Resomation is currently approved in 17 states. The process uses less energy and releases no carbon into the air. Also, in the traditional cremation process, mercury from dental fillings is released into the air. Although the demand for environmentally friendly funerals is significantly growing, resomation is lagging largely due to the high cost of the machine.
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About Une Belle Vie
Une Belle Vie Memorial Urns is a Denver, Colorado-based company focusing on providing a supportive and informed experience whether families are planning for the future or coping with the passing of a loved one. Their online community and urn store offer artisan-crafted, decorative cremation urns in a variety of materials designed to celebrate life, personality and offer fitting memorials for those we love. Visit their community of caring online via Facebook and their continuously updated library of educational articles at their cremation blog.