Travis Johnson wrote: by law a person has to be placed into a concrete vault due to disease containment
Chris Kott wrote:I don't think there's anything specifically not green about being buried in a box, as long as that box itself is sustainably made.
chickens penned in a toroidal paddock with the decomposing body in the doughnut hole under a layer of healthy soil. Bugs eat body, chickens eat bugs, humans eat eggs and eventually chickens too.
Jay Angler wrote: Her description of using wood shavings to balance the nitrogen in the body in one of the videos does support what I'm doing with dead farm poultry, although I'd love to use something that decomposes faster than wood.
Tyler Ludens wrote:I'd be worried the bodies might not decay in deep cold water, but might become preserved indefinitely: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sic1fxVDklo
there is way more useful ocean space available within a reasonable boat trip of any American port city