Tuesday, April 23, 2019 20:30 (GMT + 7)
Washington could be the first US state to legally break down dead people's stores into fertilizer.
The body is decomposed naturally in Washington, USA and becomes fertilizer.
On April 19, lawmakers in Washington State voted to pass legislation that would allow people to use funeral methods in a natural collapse.
This measure provides research that confirms that it is safe for the body to use as fertilizer in human gardens after decomposition and that the soil does not stink. This measure has been passed in the context of growing demand for more eco-friendly ways to store instead of traditional make-up or burial methods.
Katrina Spade, founder of Recompose, a store services company, said the bill "is a step toward the future of each person who will die to make clean soil and heal the planet."
Traditional burial methods, such as make-up, release many toxic compounds into the environment, while burial methods require a lot of land.
The bill was submitted to state governor Jay Inslee, who strongly advocates environmental reform. Inslee decides whether or not to put the pen within 5 days.
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