To protect the natural environment of the United States of America’s New York, manure will be derived from the corpses of human beings that have died.
New York Governor Cathy Hochul officially approved the arrangement. The new law states that those who wish to have their dead bodies converted into compost have to apply for the process. Manure made from dead bodies could be utilized in plant and fields.
Based on Katrina Spade, founder of Rinkpos the company that operates green funeral homes across the US the bodies are stored in a wooden box. A lot of flowers, wood, alfalaka and grass are included in it. The box was somewhat open, so that bacteria could have a chance to enter and begin the process of making the dead body soil.
On Average 36 Bags of Manure Are Created From a Corpse That Has Died.
In this eco-friendly cremation the approximately 36 bags worth of compost rich in soil is made from the deceased corpse of an adult. The company claims that this method of cremation is superior to the traditional cremation process.
Costs Rs 5.74 Milion
According Reinkpause, this procedure costs a total of about 5.74 lakh to transform the body into compost or soil. But, no land is required for burial of the deceased body as part of this process.
- This system has been put in place in six states in America to protect the our environment.
- 7 lakhs, on average, in a simple method of destruction.
- Funerals in the green color are performed across Washington, Colorado, Oregon, Vermont, California and New York in the US.
A similar Arrangement Used For Sweden As Well As Britain
For example, Sweden and Britain The dead are buried in an earthen box which melts into the soil once the body is in good health. Environmentalists believe that this method of dissolving dead bodies is a way to save the natural environment.