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December 07, 2010


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George Frankel

The idea of "green" memorials can also be a net sum gain. Cremation uses far less fossile fuels than most people realize and, if they chose an appropriate memorial they can make a permanent contribution to the health of the planet and to future generations. Eternal Reefs provided that contribution. They are a cremation memorial that works to help heal the sea and the soul.
www.eternalreefs.com and with a facebook fan page of more than 6400 fans there is a real and growing interest in conservation memorialization.
Thanks, George


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An eco funeral is a lot more friendly to the eco system and i am glad we have this kind of option nowadays.!

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