Aquamation “uses water instead of fire to return the body to nature”.
Your body gets put in a stainless steel tank, which is filled with a special liquid that speeds up the decomposition process.
The resulting liquid can then be used as fertiliser, or released into the ocean.
It is being marketed as a “natural” and eco-friendly alternative.
It’s just the usual process sped-up, with none of the toxins that a rotting body can produce or the pollution from a cremation.
Left over bones are then pulverised and given to the family.
It costs around $1000.