The loss of a loved one is a devastating experience. Despite the agony and devastation, families still need to plan for the burial. For a farewell, some families opt to bury or scatter the remains in eco-friendly coffins or urns. Not everyone is well acquainted with these eco-friendly containers and may have trouble assembling them. Watching the video How To Assemble The Simple Bamboo Cremation Container can be a great place to start learning about cremation containers.
With growing interest in green funerals, many people opt for biodegradable caskets, coffins, and cremation containers.
Some commonly used materials include seagrass, wicker, willow, and bamboo. Most of the caskets and cremation containers come with different parts that need assembly. Fortunately, most companies will provide DIY instructions that are easy to follow.
Depending on the type of funeral that you need, it is essential to have a cremation container to meet your desired needs. You can place the biodegradable container in soil, water, or on a mantle. Most containers such as paper and mineral salts last only a few minutes in water. They can last for several months when buried and a few years when left on the mantle, depending on their material. Biodegradable and eco-friendly materials are easy to assemble and have minimal adverse effects on the environment.