Biodegradable urns have become more predominant in the past few years, the worries of our impact on the environment have come to the forefront of society, and as such, many of us have begun to opt in for biodegradable and eco friendly burials.
Be sure to look at our entire list of biodegradable urns for water burial, as well as our entire biodegradable urns for ashes collection, which includes many urns that can be used for both land and water burial.
The Journey urn is a staple within our water burial collection, this gorgeous water urn for ashes is available in a total of 16 different colour variations in its adult variation, and has plenty of colour variations across each of the size variants as well.
This by itself however would not make the Journey Urn as prevalent as it currently is. All of this is perfectly, and cohesively combined together into a soft, pillow esque design that can evoke the feeling of comfort as it floats and slowly begins to submerge in the body of water of your choosing, allowing for a peaceful ceremony releasing your beloved on a new journey. In the image below, you can also see the memorial flower petals which can be used to enhance the ceremony.
The Himalayan Rock Salt Biodegradable Urn takes its name from the mountain range it is obtained from, deep pockets of salt can be found which are then hollowed out and crafted into a beautiful urn.
The Himalayan Rock Salt urns for ashes are on the heavier side, and take up to 5 hours depending on weather conditions to completely dissolve.
The Eco Water Biodegradable Urn for Ashes has a beautiful cylindrical outer shell made entirely from bamboo, which can be kept as a keepsake after the ceremony or buried in the earth to slowly meld with the environment.
The inner shell of this cremation urn is placed within water, and after a few minutes the ashes are released from the base of the urn into the water. This eco friendly urn's main benefit is the outer bamboo shell, which has function in protecting the inner shell while travelling to your location of choice, while also being a wonderful keepsake that can also biodegrade if you so desire.
We hope that this article has informed you of the types and styles of biodegradable water urns available.
If you have any further questions or queries please visit our other articles which are linked below:
- What size urn do I need?
- Where to place your urn?
- What to know before buying an urn?
- What is the cost of an urn?
- How to fill a cremation urn?
- Memorial Jewellery: What type is best for me?
- What materials are used in cremation urns?
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