Aquamation

What is Aquamation?

Aquamation is a process that utilizes minimal water, warm
temperatures, and alkalinity to transform remains into their most basic components: minerals and water.

Aquamation vs. Cremation

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Did you know?

Aquamation is a compassionate process as it avoids the need for burning, offering solace to those concerned about the treatment of their loved one. The aquamation solution consists of water (95%) blended with an alkali solution of potassium hydroxide (KOH) and sodium. The body is placed in a stainless steel chamber where water and alkali are introduced, and the temperature is raised. Through the circulation of warm water and alkali, the earthly body transitions back to its natural elements of minerals and water.

What is the Environmental Impact?

is Nevada’s premier carbon-neutral crematory, harmonizing community care with environmental responsibility. Our commitment to upfront transparent pricing ensures confidence without hidden fees, and the convenience of making arrangements entirely online. We aim to make eco-friendly cremation options accessible and affordable to all families, securing a legacy for future generations to come.

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