Natural Organic Reduction
With the passage of SB 5001 Concerning Human Remains in 2019, Washingtonians now have access to a new form of disposition: natural organic reduction. Also referred to as recomposition and sometimes as human composting, this process takes placed in an enclosed vessel, where a body is placed with organic matter, like alfalfa, wood chips, and straw. Over the course of roughly a month, the carefully calibrated temperature and moisture inside helps microbes break down the body into a nutrient-rich soil. About a cubic meter of soil remains at the end of the process, allowing your loved one to not only return to the Earth, but nurture it in perpetuity. For families interested in exploring this option, please visit either provider's website for additional information.
Recompose is offering 5% off of the cost of services for PMA members by using the code 19392011, bringing the total down from $7,000 to $6,650 for either pre-need or at-need. Payment plans are available.
Return Home is offering 20% off of the cost of services for PMA members (no code needed), bringing the total down from $4,950 to $3,950 for either pre-need or at-need. Payment plans are available.