It is possible to scatter the remains of loved ones around the nation from an aircraft. This ash-scattering journey is most beneficial for those who reside in an extensive area of land. It could be country forests or even a small beach or something similar.
It is crucial to work with a skilled pilot for this kind of operation. Pilots must be equipped with the tools needed for ash scattering safely and properly. You must accept that the dust could end up in areas that you are not able to control, like on roads. The scattering can be recorded by attaching a camera to aircrafts, but not using the cockpit.
6. Scattered Balloon Ash
This involves placing cremation ashes in five-foot bio-degradable balloons with Helium and then launching them up to the height of 40,000 feet and causing them to freeze and burst in releasing the cremains from great heights. Make sure to consider that the exact place of scattering could differ.
7. Eternal Reefs
The Eternal Reef combines the cremation Urn, ash dispersal, and burial in the sea. It is an everlasting environmental tribute to the life of. The floor of the ocean remains the place of rest of an Eternal Reef, a designed Reef made from cast concrete which is safe for the environment.
Eternal Reefs transforms the remains of your loved ones into coral reefs. They then place them where there’s no reefs. So that the marine ecosystem is improved and leave a lasting legacyto your loved one, their ashes can be a coral reef. This is a wonderful method to pay tribute to a dead loved one.
Contact us today for cremation and ash scattering services by our experienced team of experts , who are on hand to guide you through the process of planning and carry out a respectful funeral to honor your loved ones.