Green Line of Urns for Ashes Released

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A beautiful new collection of urns and keepsakes for ashes that are biodegradable is now being offered by In the Light Urns, a leader in the biodegradable memorial sector. These green urns for ashes are being added to the company's line in response to customer demand for urns and keepsakes that are environmentally friendly.

A new line of biodegradable urns for ashes has been added to the vast selection offered by In the Light Urns. The company is excited to offer this exquisite line of products, and do so in reply to changing customer needs. As more people become concerned about our earth, air and water, biodegradable urns for ashes are in high demand.

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Perfect for land or water burial, the new collection of urns are available in many varieties for any need. The Peaceful Pillow collection is approved by the Green Burial Council, and is ideal for travel to the burial or scattering destination. Also found in this line are urns and keepsakes for ashes for Military burial at sea.

The new line of biodegradable urns also include the Rose, White Orchid and Ancient Universe Book urns which are exclusive to In the Light Urns.

Recently, a stunning collection of natural sand art urns were added to the line as well. These cremation urns for ashes are created by French Canadians at Artisans du Sable, and are perfect when used in a display or for burial. When placed in the ground or in water, these urns will break down over time. If used for display, the natural sand art urns are very durable and will not break down.

Biodegradable memorials are becoming more and more popular for remembering a lost loved one. There are several designs of biodegradable urns for ashes offered that can be personalized for funeral. Susan Fraser, founder of In the Light Urns, invites you to come browse the splendid selection offered by the company, which was founded in 2001 and provides some of the most original and beautiful cremation urns available today.

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