Human composting being considered in Colorado

Human composting being considered in Colorado

[Ed. – Why not? As the Left continues its crusade to save the planet from itself, human beings have become expendable.]

A technique called human composting is now being considered by the Colorado legislature. And there’s a funeral home in Denver that would like to offer this type of service.

Through the technique called natural organic reduction, a human body decomposes in just four weeks. Colorado’s state senate on Tuesday began considering a bill that would allow this technique.

The process involves pod-like vessels that decompose a body into soil in just 30 days. A body usually takes about a year to decompose on its own.

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“This is much better for the environment than a traditional burial. The carbon footprint is very low,” says Jaimie Sarche, director of pre-planning for Feldman Mortuary.

Here’s how it works. The body is laid in the vessel filled with alfalfa and woodchips. Four weeks later, it’s broken down into pure soil.

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