Your Funeral Guy Exclusive: Funeral Industry Alkaline Hydrolysis(Pics) Demonstration

6 Jun

Your Funeral Guy attended a demonstration of what appears to be the first Alkaline Hydrolysis Disposition Machine being shipped for Funeral Industry Use . This demonstration took place on Friday June 4th 2010 in the Midwest, United States.

Alkaline Hydrolysis is a  a green carbon footprint disposition process that is environmentally friendly , that can be summed up as accelerated decomposition. Some call it green 0r natural cremation but it is not really cremation at all. And end product like a cremation ashes is returned to a family in an urn, just as in cremation.

Click here for picks from the demonstration.

There are Four Players in this Market.

Matthews International who has a  Higher pressure, Higher temperature Resomation Machine Distributorship in the USA.

BioSafe Engineering who has a Higher pressure, Higher Temperature Water Resolution (TM) machine in Production close to completion.{Verified}

CycledLife (TM) who has a working machine that is being Shipped to the Funeral Industry.{pictures} This machine has been demonstrated. This is a picture of the Cycled Life Machine-Machine stopped, Machine in upright position, Remains being examined in the middle of the process on June 4th 2010.

Examination Of Remains in Cycled Life Machine in process(Your Funeral Guy pic )

Eco-Green Cremation Systems Inc also  claims to have a machine close to Completion(lower pressure, lower heat.{notVerified}

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2 Responses to “Your Funeral Guy Exclusive: Funeral Industry Alkaline Hydrolysis(Pics) Demonstration”

  1. matthewscremation July 15, 2010 at 12:33 pm #

    Matthews Cremation will be releasing a website dedicated specifically to the Bio-Cremation process shortly. Our hopes are to dis spell some of the myths associated with this process and advance legislation to allow it in all states. Stay tuned!

  2. yourfuneralguy July 16, 2010 at 9:04 pm #

    We at Your Funeral Guy are looking forward to a full blog devoted to bio cremation and the issues involved, with this world changing technology.

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