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A correspondent to the Ottawa Citizen writes "Liquid cremation (better and more accurately termed alkaline hydrolysis) resulting in discharge of its waste hydrolysis product via sewers to our already overburdened rivers, is neither socially nor ethically responsible in this age of recycling. Although rivers were used in pioneer times to carry off slaughterhouse blood and waste, to the detriment of water quality and watershed sustainability, in this age we know better to respect and care for the health of streams and rivers."
Today's letters: Liquid cremation isn't good for the environment— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) August 3, 2019
A scientist explains why he's not impressed with liquid cremation,#funerals #cremationhttps://t.co/EXsbPaX6Wn pic.twitter.com/f9GiQ27DK3