Both can do their damage. Burials result in the burying of over 300,000 gallons of toxic embalming fluid, as well as vast amounts of copper, steel, and hardwood. On the other hand, emissions from cremations include sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, mercury, and carbon monoxide. But if you consider the emissions produced in cemetery and gravesite upkeep for burials, cremations are ten percent greener in the long run.
Body liquefaction is the best option… burial or cremation..is not biodegradable… It is the Green Way to die….
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