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Skeptics question social implications, safety of dissolving human remains

Published 06/02/2011, Associated Press

Minnesota is one of the few states in the nation that allow alkaline hydrolysis. Proponents say it has lower operating costs and is greener than traditional cremation because it does not cause the emissions that incineration does. But skeptics question the implications.

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