#1 You Select Aquamation for your loved one
#2 They are gently placed in the stainless-steel chamber
#3 The Solution is introduced
#4 The cycle begins by warming the solution and circulating it over the body
#5 The cycle completes and cools down with a rinse
#6 The chamber is drained
#7 The bones are given a final rinse
#8 The bones are transferred to a drying unit
#9 The aquamated remains are processed into a fine consistency commonly called cremains
#10 The cremains are returned to the family for final disposition and/or memorialization
Cremated remains can be buried, placed in a niche, taken home, scattered on land or in the sea, or made into a variety of items such as art glass, diamonds, stones, or even coral reefs.
From start to finish, the process of Aquamation takes approximately 6 hours.