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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.

Regional Trends in Eco-Friendliness That Can Affect Funeral Services

Why Extravagantly Expensive Funerals Are Becoming a Thing of the Past

How to Ensure Your Cremains End Up With Your Partner

Why Client Reviews Are Important for Family-Owned Funeral Homes

Best Practices for Writing a Funeral Home Review

What You Need to Know About Family-Owned vs Corporate-Owned Funeral Homes

How to Compare Funeral Homes to Find the Right One

What is the Texas Funeral Service Commission?

What Happens to Gold Teeth When Someone is Cremated?

Ancient Egyptians Prove Chemical Embalming Fluid Isn’t Necessary

What Does a Medical Examiner Do?

Displayed Cremains and Holiday Decor

Why There’s an Increased Risk of Death During the Holidays

What a Crematorium Can and Can’t Refuse

Veterans Need to Know Space is Running Out at National Cemeteries

Dealing With a Death During the Holidays

The Proper Way to Ship Cremated Remains

The VA Expands Funeral Benefits, But a Not All Veterans Are Using Them

8 Places Where the Deceased Can Be Viewed

How Cancer Affects Cremation

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