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  • The method was developed in Sweden, where promession is set to become the most popular way of disposing of bodies by next year.

    Alternative to Burials and Cremations | Impact Lab

  • The process, called promession, is set to be offered in Preston, Lancs.

    Alternative to Burials and Cremations | Impact Lab

  • The technique is called promession, the facilities that will do the job are called promatoriums, and the first one will open early next year in a converted crematorium in Jönköping, Sweden.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The process, which is known as promession, has been developed in Sweden and aims to address the shortage of burial spaces and reduce the mercury pollution created by dental fillings during cremation.

    Freeze-Drying: the New ‘Green’ Burial | Impact Lab

  • In the other procedure, called promession, a corpse gets freeze-dried with liquid nitrogen and then shattered into powder,

    Lone Star Times

  • Over the past several years, "green" cemeteries have been popping up in Canada, the U.ited Kingdom and the U. S ... even here in New Hampshire. called promession and clearly, it's kind of creepy to explain.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • The process – known as "promession" – could be the answer to the dwindling amount of space in Britain’s cemeteries as well as being more environmentally friendly than cremation, say campaigners.

    Cremation To Be Replaced By Eco-Friendly Freeze-Drying Of Corpses | Impact Lab

  • Promession - If you would like to do your part in helping to save the planet, then you could look into promession as your style of burial.

    Five Odd Burials | myFiveBest

  • Mention promession to even this crowd, however, and you turn up the conservative take.

    DesignerBlog

  • As for promession, I would actually prefer something like that.

    DesignerBlog

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  • "There is a growing green burial movement, using biodegradable coffins and planting trees on top of bodies and so on which is wonderful, but you might also like to consider a new process called promession.

    Promession basically sets out to convert the human body into a form that can be mulched. They actually use the word mulch in their literature, so all we permaculturists who have joked for years that we would like to be mulched upon our demise can now actually do it."

    - 'Mulching Your Next of Kin, transitionculture.org, 17 Feb 2006.

    November 5, 2008