Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 16, 2013
Sunsetfinances.com wants to celebrate Laura Buzzelli’s decision to choose to be buried in a nature preserve. ‘Natural burial helps environment’, which is about Buzzelli’s wish for a green burial, appeared in the Sandusky Register on June 10, 2013. It is important to note that green burials have been used for thousands of years.
Sunsetfinances.com wants to commemorate Laura Buzzelli with a list of five ways to honor the deceased with a natural burial:
1. One option of honoring the deceased is to bury a loved one in a biodegradable box. Some examples are a cardboard or wood casket, or a natural-fiber shroud. Some people select to be buried with nature rather than in a cemetery.
2. Skip embalming. It isn’t true that dead bodies present a health risk. Embalming isn’t natural and fills the body with toxins. A greener burial is one without embalming.
3. No vault- One can purchase land in a natural cemetery or on a private plot of land for a greener burial.
4. Use a living marker- A loved one can be honored with a living or natural memorial which is an outstanding alternative to headstones. One possibility is to plant a tree to honor a loved one. Online memorials are another option.
5. Green funeral service- The service can be greener by using the following practices. To begin with, recycled programs are an outstanding way to honor the deceased. The burial will be more natural if organic flowers are used. On top of that, make sure people carpool during the funeral.
SunsetFinances.com notes that natural burials are a growing trend. SunsetFinances.com strives to honor Laura Buzzelli and others who are choosing a greener burial that will help to preserve the earth for future generations.
About Sunset Finances:
SunsetFinances.com strives to honor those who have passed away with a greener burial. SunsetFinances.com acknowledges that people have changed our lives and seeks to remember them in a positive way.