Our Orchid Eco Friendly Scattering Tube is specifically designed to simplify the scattering process. This is an attractive and dignified approach to the scattering of cremation ashes. The 'Mini' or 'Token' size options are a convenient method for family or friends to participate in scattering ceremonies (even in multiple locations).
The tube features a removable lid and a perforated push in tab that opens easily prior to scattering. There are no metal or plastic components and can be recycled or composted after use. Suitable for carry-on airline transportation.Click here for instructions on: How to fill and use this scattering tube
Available sizes are visible in the "Size" option dropdown
- Material: Hand-made from earth-friendly recycled materials
- TSA-compliant for "in-cabin" airline transportation
- Does not have any plastic or metal components
- Can easily be composted or recycled after use
- Easy to use with a removable lid and perforated tab for disbursement
(some designs are not available in all sizes)
|Size || Dimensions ||Capacity |
| XL || 5.1"Dia x 14.5"H || 240 Cubic Inches |
| Adult || 5.1"Dia x 12.6"H || 200 Cubic Inches |
| Medium || 4"Dia x 10.1"H || 100 Cubic Inches |
| Small || 2.95"Dia x 8.9"H || 40 Cubic Inches |
| Mini || 2.95"Dia x 5.25"H || 20 Cubic Inches |
| Token (set of 6) || 2"Dia x 4.75"H || 10 Cubic Inches |Scattering ashes at sea.
The federal Clean Water Act requires that cremated remains be scattered at least three nautical miles from land. If the scattering urn or container will not easily decompose, you must dispose of it separately. The EPA does not permit scattering at beaches or in wading pools by the sea. You must notify the EPA within 30 days of scattering ashes at sea.
The Clean Water Act also governs scattering in inland waters such as rivers, lakes and ponds. For inland water burial, you may be legally required to obtain a permit from the state agency that manages the waterway. Burial at Sea - Code of Federal Regulations Click here