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Buried, cremated or dissolved?

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"It brings your body back to its natural state," Hilton said. "It's the same way as being buried in the ground, but instead of taking 15, 20 years to disintegrate, it does it in a quicker process. And it's all environmentally friendly."

 

After most of the body's organic material is dissolved in the alkaline solution, the dark-coloured, caustic fluid goes through two filter systems.

 

The processing of a large number of bodies could be challenging for the water treatment plant.

 

Artificial hip joints, surgical plates, screws, heart stents and other pieces of surgical hardware inserted in the body over a person's lifetime are unharmed by the process. There's even a program to recycle that specialized medical hardware, donating it to hospitals in developing countries where costs are prohibitively high.

 

"You're entering yourself back to your natural state as you come into this world. You come in by water, and you leave by water," said Hilton. "It's green, all the way around."

 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/bodies-dissolved-sewers-smiths-falls-funeral-1.3635063

 

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