Biodegradable Urns for Cremation Ashes; What Are They?

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Biodegradable urns for cremation ashes are becoming increasingly popular among those who choose cremation. This brief presentation explains what they are, why they are liked and how they are being used.

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  • 1. Biodegradable Urns for Ashes What are they?
  • 2. About OneWorld MemorialsTM Premium urns at discounted prices Cremation urns to scatter ashes Urns to keep and display ashes Keepsakes cremation urns Cremation jewelry Biodegradable urns for burial (land or water) Many unique designs Free ground shipping Best price guarantee 30 day money back www.oneworldmemorials.com (844 671-9744)
  • 3. Biodegradable cremation urns for ashes: The interest in biodegradable cremation urns is growing Urns crafted entirely from natural products coconut shells, clay, salt recycled paper, sand Respect the environment Dissolve naturally over time Honor conservation values
  • 4. Selecting a biodegradable urn For water immersion: burial at sea Set the urn with ashes afloat in the ocean, lake or river. The urn slips under water, dissolves, the ashes are released For burial in the ground Bury the urn and it will disintegrate over time The ashes become part of the earth Becoming popular: plant a tree seed with the ashes In a biodegradable urn to be part of nature. For scattering into the air On a mountain top, from a small plane or into space. Biodegradable urns can be easier to carry because they are often light and disposable
  • 5. Giving back to mother nature after death. Biodegradable cremation urn individually crafted from a block of Himalayan salt. Each urn is unique. Dissolves within four hours when placed in water.
  • 6. Giving back to mother nature after death Biodegradable cremation urn made from a plant-based Material. Designed to break down after burial. Suitable for scattering ashes as well as burial.
  • 7. Giving back to mother nature after death Biodegradable cremation urn handcrafted from recycled paper. When placed in water, floats briefly and then sinks to the bottom where it dissolves naturally over time.
  • 8. Thank you for reading! www.oneworldmemorials.com (844 671-9744)