We work with families in Bastrop to provide personalized cremation services that ease the burden all around. People that value the natural beauty of Bastrop choose us because they know we’re the only local funeral home that actively protects Central Texas by reducing the impact of cremation services.
The Green Cremation Texas team is here for you at every stage whether you are making advanced arrangements for yourself or have to make unexpected, last-minute arrangements for a loved one. We’re available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to answer all of your questions about our eco-friendly cremation process, the available options and direct cremation prices in Bastrop.
Cost is an inescapable factor for most families in Bastrop when they’re planning a funeral. Cremation has become more common than traditional burial, which is in part due to costs. Cremation prices in Bastrop are well below burial expenses, especially if you select direct cremation.
The average cost of cremation in Bastrop is about $6,900. At first this might not seem much less expensive than burial, but that’s for good reason. Traditional cremation includes a viewing and funeral service, and that’s a large part of the expense. Average funeral costs for burial also don’t include the plot, headstone and cemetery fees.
Our goal is to offer affordable cremation in Bastrop that’s streamlined, not stressful. You get all of the essentials that are exceptionally done without the environmental impact.
The team at Green Cremation Texas is making alternative end of life options available to families that want more than the standard services of a funeral home. We’ve been industry innovators and are recognized as the first carbon-neutral funeral provider in Texas. Our passion is helping local families that want to leave a positive legacy in the Bastrop area through green cremation services that are respectful to the deceased and the place they called home.
For families that want something more traditional without the harmful byproducts there’s our proprietary clean flame cremation process. Incineration is used, but we take many measures to reduce energy use and the impact at every stage. From ensuring no plastics are burned to using an electric vehicle for transport, you’ll feel better knowing the cremation is cleaner.
If you’re interested in the gentlest, most eco-friendly type of disposition, then water cremation is the best option. The process, also known as aquamation, uses a water solution in a pressurized chamber rather than incineration to cremate. As a result, water cremation doesn’t produce air pollution and uses 90% less energy than traditional cremation.
Natural burial is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional burial that supports the conservation of natural resources. This kind of burial gives families the opportunity to surround their loved ones with a natural beauty to honor their departing journey. It often involves burying the person in a biodegradable container or shroud, free from embalming fluids, and limits the use of metal and concrete, thus leaving only a minimal impact on the environment.
Natural organic reduction is an innovative and environmentally friendly disposition. It is a process that breaks down organic material into nutrient-rich compost by using natural microorganisms present in the environment.
We have partnered with Sustainable Harvest International to plant trees where they are most needed around the globe.
Sustainable Harvest International is an environmental nonprofit with over 25 years of experience partnering with smallholder farmers to adopt regenerative practices that nourish people and the planet.
Based out of Austin, Texas, we have been proudly providing cremation services to communities across entire state of Texas since 2018.
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