In the United States, it is now possible to turn into compost after death
IThey do not want candles on the graves, criticize the habit of going to the cemetery and even call for their liquidation. They do not hide the fact that they feel closer to alternative forms of celebration, ”the TVP (public television channel) newspaper stormed in the fall of 2019 while we had mentioned new“ green ”forms of burials that are starting to appear. appear in the world.
A new law passed by Washington State now authorizes the transformation of the body of the deceased into compost. Humusation takes place in special capsules and lasts about thirty days. The microbes turn the body into a soil rich in minerals, which feels and smells similar to compost sold in garden centers. This process is promoted and accelerated by oxygen and humidity, as well as wood chips, alfalfa and grass that cover the body of the deceased.