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The Netherlands gets one step closer to legalizing water cremation

After extensive research the Dutch government is now preparing to allow alkaline hydrolysis as a new burial method within the Netherlands.  The Dutch Funeral Services...

First Arkansas cemetery earns the Green Burial certification

Kirby’s Tucker Memorial Cemetery received certification from the Green Burial Council. The three Kirby and family funeral and cremation service locations located around north Arkansas...

Winston Churchill Fellowship granted to explore pediatric palliative care

Dr. Helena Dunbar has been awarded the prestigious Winston Churchill Fellowship in hopes of revolutionizing end-of-life care for juveniles and their parents. Dr. Helena Dunbar...

Episcopal church becomes first organized religion to start to selling funeral services online

Episcopal Church creates a new platform to sell religious funeral services globally The outbreak of corona in Washington made the area one of the first...

Private Iowa funeral chain split and sold to two private family chains

Private funeral owners find new owners for three branches in two local established Iowa families. Northwest Iowa will see some changes in their funeral service...

Pet cemetery sold for commercial use shocks pet parents

For over 50 years pet owners have been burying their beloved pets at the Oak Hollow Memorial Park. This has come to an abrupt end...

Mexico battles infectious waste disposal issues due to corona crisis

Piles of hazardous medical waste have been found in forests, warehouses and crematoria in Mexico as the country surpasses the limits of waste management. Military...

States can’t wait for FEMA, Massachusetts lawmakers propose to help cover covid19 funeral costs

Lawmakers in Massachusetts have proposed a $5 million fund to help families, who lost a loved one to COVID-19, pay for burial services. Backed by...