- Also called Aquamation, Resomation or Bio Cremation.
- Uses water instead of fire.
- Water heated to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, lye added, body breaks down and returns to its water state, bones are left to be ground into a fine powder: cremains.
- Uses 285 gallons of water.
- For context: the average person utilizes 150 gallons of water each day.
- Has been used in medical facilities as the choice body disposal method for decades.
- Currently legal in 20 states.
- Freeze drying with liquid nitrogen that turns the body into ashes.
- Swedish company working to bring the promession process to the masses.
- Full body & cremains pods.
- Italian company growing trees from human remains to create forests.