• http://paganworldview.blogspot.com Terence

    I am very suspicious of anything that claims to be green but is made of unknown materials. Green is a very sexy marketing term, and a lot of companies will claim green to get the eco-marketing share.

  • Charlytune

    *Cynicism alarm goes off*

    If it degrades after the body, it is not green. The whole point about a green burial is that your body decomposes and fertilises the ground. With this coffin the body would rot inside it, when the coffin finally breaks apart there will be lttle left to go back into the ground.

  • http://www.naturallyearthfriendly.com Brianne

    Agree with you both on concept. It looks great but does rise a lot of questions. I still like the ideas of molding ashes to “reef” balls to form artificial reef systems. The only issue is cremation being green or not.