Learn About a New Option for Families With "The Funeral Director's Guide to Alkaline Hydrolysis"
WALL, N.J. – Jeff Edwards, owner of Edwards Funeral Service in Columbus, Ohio, took the world by surprise when he began offering alkaline hydrolysis to families in Ohio. He has since been ordered to stop offering this option because state laws surrounding the practice are unclear.
But death-care professionals are asking more questions about what this new option means for families and the profession. That’s why Kates-Boylston Publications recently published “The Funeral Director’s Guide to Alkaline Hydrolysis: A Comprehensive Guidebook on a New Option for Families.”
“Manufacturers such as Bio-Response Solutions, Matthews Cremation Division and others are already selling alkaline hydrolysis machines to death-care professionals, and our audience wants to know more about this option,” said Thomas A. Parmalee, editorial director of Kates-Boylston Publications. “It’s clear that this option will be approved in more states in the future, and this guide serves as a starting point for those who want more information.”
“The Funeral Director’s Guide to Alkaline Hydrolysis is 61-pages long and costs $75. You can order it online by visiting the “Book Store” page at www.katesboylston.com or call 800-500-4585 and select Option 1 to order by phone.
Kates-Boylston Publications publishes American Funeral Director and American Cemetery magazines as well as Funeral Service Insider. The company has been helping funeral professionals succeed and serve since 1877. Learn more at www.katesboylston.com.
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