Passages International, Inc. Introduces Fabric Shrouds
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (December 2015) – Passages International, Inc. introduces a new fabric shroud. These industry-first woven bamboo fabric shrouds have jute carrying handles and are suitable for cremation or burial. Each shroud includes simple-to-follow instructions on shrouding a body, which can also be found at www.passagesinternational.com/download/Fabric-Shroud-Instructions.pdf.
The shrouds can be used in three unique ways; on a Passages’ Willow Carrier, inside a Passages eco-friendly casket or on its own, using a locally-sourced rigid board for support. Produced from sustainable, biodegradable willow, the Carrier is designed for dignified viewing of a dressed or shrouded body. It features a rigid base with flax rope and seagrass handles. The Carrier contains no metal or plastic components and features a fitted, water-resistant natural cotton interior lining, making it suitable for burial, cremation or re-use.
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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