Passages Introduces Serenity Biodegradable Water Urns
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (June 2015) – Passages International, leaders in environmentally-friendly and green funeral products, is pleased to introduce our newest line of biodegradable water urns, The Serenity™ Collection. This series of unique urns is perfect for water burial. Crafted by hand in North America from recycled and kraft paper, they are engineered to float briefly before gracefully sinking. Once submerged, they break down naturally over time.
Each urn has a unique, hand-painted design that captures the essence of healing and tranquil waters. No glue is required to seal the urns as each securely closes using leather cords. A water-soluble bag is included. Individual urns have their own recyclable, discreet and easy to carry TSA compliant box.
The Serenity Urns come in three designs: Lotus, Sand Dollar, and Dolphin.
Since 1999, Passages International, Inc., has led the funeral industry with the largest selection of innovative and environmentally-friendly urns, caskets and memorial products. For more information on Passages’ biodegradable product lines and their aGreenerFuneral.org education program, visit www.PassagesInternational.com.
Contact: Darren Crouch
Passages International Inc.
6819 Cochiti Rd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
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