Alkaline Hydrolysis / Aquamation
Alkaline hydrolysis, also referred to as Aquamation, is a water-based, sustainable method of final disposition.
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What is alkaline hydrolysis / aquamation?
How long has alkaline hydrolysis been around?
Where is alkaline hydrolysis available?
Can my family still have a memorial service after the process?
What is the environmental impact of alkaline hydrolysis?
How do I know if alkaline hydrolysis / aquamation is right for my loved one?
What happens during the alkaline hydrolysis process?
Do pacemakers have to be removed from the body?
Are the remains from alkaline hydrolysis safe to handle?
Are the remains different than those from flame cremation?
Do I need a casket for alkaline hydrolysis?
What happens to the water after the process is completed?
I have metal implants. What will happen to them during this process?
How do I know I'm getting my loved one's remains back?
Do I need to embalm the body for the process?
How high does the water temperature get during the alkaline hydrolysis process?
How long does the alkaline hydrolysis process take?
Is acid used in the process?
What can I do with my loved one's remains?
Does the family receive an urn?