Apparently cremation isn’t as green as we thought it could be. So now starts the rise of a new technique that has an even scarier name: liquefaction.
Compared to cremation, which uses flame, liquefaction uses a machine built by Resomation Ltd., and reduces the body to ash using heated alkaline water (a mixture of water and corrosive potassium hydroxide). Both processes take about the same amount of time. According to BBC, this liquefaction process could be a “greener” alternative to cremation.
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