Desmond Tutu Death Shines a Light on Eco-Friendly Water Cremation

Desmond Tutu Death Shines a Light on Eco-Friendly Water Cremation

Like many people, Desmond Tutu took the initiative to document what he wanted for his funeral and the disposition of his body, which was very simple. He wanted no extravagant spending on his funeral services. It was also important to archbishop Tutu that the funeral services have minimal impact on the environment.

The Future of Deathcare

The Future of Deathcare

In this post we cover some of the highlights from the podcast episode that are beneficial for funeral industry professionals and consumers as we move past the COVID-19 epidemic.

What You Need to Know About Having a Green Funeral

Green Funeral

Interested in green funeral options? Many aspects of a traditional funeral are far from eco-friendly. The coffin alone can require a lot of energy and natural resources to create. Once it’s placed in the ground many of those materials won’t decompose and may even pollute the surrounding area.

Eco-Friendly Burial Technology

Eco-Friendly Burial Technology

Technology is changing the way we live our lives, and now it’s changing how we end them. As more people realize the ecological impact of traditional burials, the demand for green end of life services is increasing around the country.

Can Cremation Be Green?

Green Cremation Services

We’ve all heard how harmful burials can be for the environment if they aren’t a green burial, but what about cremation? When you consider that traditional burial has resulted in 4.3 million gallons of embalming fluid going into the ground, cremation is clearly the more eco-friendly option.