Flameless Cremation

Flameless Cremation is an eco-friendly alternative to flame-based cremation that uses water to accelerate what happens during natural decomposition. First introduced for cremating human remains in Minnesota by the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, it uses a combination of gentle water flow, temperature, pressure, and alkalinity to return the body to its natural form. Similar to flame-based cremation, the only solid remains are the mineral ash of the bones that is returned to the family for memorialization.​

One of the biggest advantages of Flameless Cremation is that it's very environmentally friendly.

  • Uses water not flame
  • No emission of harmful greenhouse gasses or mercury
  • Smaller carbon footprint
  • Over 90% energy savings over flame-based cremation
  • Uses less water than a single household in a day

If you’re interested in learning more about Flameless Cremation, please call null and we’d be happy to provide you more information.

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