With cremation becoming so popular, the rise in products to accommodate cremated remains has also expanded. There are standard urns for display in the house or niche at the cemetery, urns designed to be buried, scattering tubes to facilitate scattering, urns that help you turn into a tree, some that are meant to go on space missions, and artificial reefs being built using cremated remains.
For families that choose cremation, be sure to learn the specifics about the urn prior to purchasing it. Understand that there are a variety of different materials used to make urns and many urns are designed for specific uses.
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