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crematorium

[krē′mətôrē·əm]
a facility for the disposal of dead bodies by burning.

crematorium

(krē″mă-tō′rē-ŭm) [L.]
A place for the burning of corpses.
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Many of the campaigners were from the Say Yes to Flintshire Crematorium Facebook page, which has nearly 2,000 members, and also the No To T Northop Hall Crematorium Facebook group, which has around 230 members, both of which are in support of a rival bid by funeral director Edward Davies.
Daly also found that Fife Council only retrieved ashes in 45 out of 87 baby cremations, while Inverness crematorium returned ashes from all 35 services for babies.
North Tyneside Council have said they are unable to cut emissions at their Whitley Bay and Tynemouth crematoriums due to being unable to fit mercury abatement equipment.
The next nearest Crematorium with larger furnaces are in Newcastle-under-lime or Blackburn.
This crematorium is planned for a beautiful country lane on the greenbelt where people like to jog and cycle and if it is approved this will wipe out wildlife.
CCTV cameras and a series of West Midlands Police undercover surveillance exercises are now being planned to combat the problem at Yardley Crematorium.
A pounds 1 MILLION crematorium could be built in Rugby within the next two years.
The Neptune Society of Los Angeles in Burbank, which maintains its storage facility at the crematorium, also was found in violation of state codes, including storing bodies for more than 24 hours without cremating or embalming them, the judge found.
MORE than a thousand local residents have backed an on-line bid to support controversial proposals to build Flintshire's first crematorium.
But Dalnottar Crematorium in Clydebank could not accept him because his massive coffin would not fit in their furnace.
The Llwydcoed Crematorium Joint Committee voted to maintain the 15-year policy after unanimous support from eight funeral directors and members of the clergy in Merthyr Tydfil and the Cynon Valley, who responded to a crematorium questionnaire.