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Green Cremation & Burial Resources Category: Things to Consider

Cremation.Green is the state’s first and only environmentally-conscious cremation service provider. We have compiled this list of links and resources to help you better understand the ecological benefits of our work. If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us.

Nevada Becomes the Seventh State to Legalize Human Composting

What’s in Human Composting Soil?

How Cremation Rates Could Impact Funeral Prices

States Where the Cremation Rate is Growing the Quickest

Human Composting and Carbon Emissions

What Are the Aquamation Regulations in Your State?

Where Can Natural Burial Occur in Texas

More Women Are Working in Death Care

How Casket Makers Have Tried to Influence the Future of the Funeral Industry

Cremation.Green Core Values: Big-Hearted Care

Cremation.Green Core Values: Transparent Pricing That’s Fair

Cremation.Green Core Values That Make a Difference

The Concept of Composting Human Remains and Water Cremation is Catching On

Private Forensics Institute vs County Medical Examiner

How Does a Human Composting Vessel Work? 

Family Involvement When Composting Human Remains

What Exactly is in Embalming Fluid?

How Embalming Fluids Are Used (And Why It Isn’t Necessary)

Are Green Burials Legal in Texas?

What to Know Before Buying a Cremation Diamond

What Happens During a Masonic Funeral

Would You Wear a Kardashian Cremains Keepsake Necklace?

7 Factors to Choose the Right Funeral Home for Your Loved One

Answered: What is Human Composting?

How Live Free Die Free Texas is Expanding Disposition Options