A green alternative to burial and cremation.
On Sept. 7, Colorado became the second state after Washington to allow human body composting. Oregon will allow the practice beginning next July.
Body Composting is ushering in a more environmentally friendly era of mortuary science that includes the natural organic reduction of human remains, also known as body composting. It’s a natural process where the body is returned to an elemental level over a short period of time, like the practice to backyard composting of food scraps and yard waste. This is the same process but done with a human body inside of a vessel, in a controlled environment. READ MORE:https://www.wpbf.com/article/body-composting-a-green-alternative-to-burial-and-cremation/37638274