Cremation: the Hygenic way
harlind at epix.net
Wed Mar 10 11:46:39 EST 1999
David Pickersgill wrote:
> Gnome 11 <thopkins at thopkins.demon.co.uk> wrote in article
> <DreROCAurl52Ewae at thopkins.demon.co.uk>...
> > Thinking about it, humans are the only animal, that in the civilised (?)
> > world, don't recycle/compost their exceretia, (Oh, sh*t, I can't spell
> > that word), or thier dead bodies.
> What about the sewage sludge that the Water Authorities in the UK are only
> too happy for you to take to spread on your fields? Or have I missed
> something in your question?
In the US and I suppose UK too that's just the insoluble part - the really
soluble good stuff is just put in the rivers and sent on its merry way to the
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