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Permanent Sand Ocean Footprints in the Cremation Urn

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The Permanent Sand Ocean Cremation Urn is hand-crafted by skilled artisans and has real beach sand (or crushed quartz) applied to the outer surface of the urn with a felt pad on the bottom. Nearly identical to the biodegradable version but is meant as a display urn. The urn is kiln-fired for strength & durability.
  • Dimensions: 9" H x 7.5" Diameter
  • Capacity: 200 Cubic Inches
  • Airline Travel Safe
  • Biodegradable Inner Bag
  • Sand and Gelatin Urn Instructions Click here

    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.

    Description

    The Permanent Sand Ocean Cremation Urn is hand-crafted by skilled artisans and has real beach sand (or crushed quartz) applied to the outer surface of the urn with a felt pad on the bottom. Nearly identical to the biodegradable version but is meant as a display urn. The urn is kiln-fired for strength & durability.Dimensions: 9" H x 7.5" Diameter Capacity: 200 Cubic Inches Airline Travel Safe Biodegradable Inner BagSand and Gelatin Urn Instructions Click here 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.

    Description

    The Permanent Sand Ocean Cremation Urn is hand-crafted by skilled artisans and has real beach sand (or crushed quartz) applied to the outer surface of the urn with a felt pad on the bottom. Nearly identical to the biodegradable version but is meant as a display urn. The urn is kiln-fired for strength & durability.
  • Dimensions: 9" H x 7.5" Diameter
  • Capacity: 200 Cubic Inches
  • Airline Travel Safe
  • Biodegradable Inner Bag
  • Sand and Gelatin Urn Instructions Click here

    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.

    Urn Sizing

    Follow These Rules To Better Determine The Size Of The Urn You Need

    Please Note: When we refer to "healthy" weight, we mean a weight prior to any illness that may have resulted in weight loss, if applicable.

    1. In order to hold all of your loved one's ashes you'll need to know the approximate healthy body weight of the person or pet you are shopping for.

    2. One pound of healthy body weight will yield just less than 1 cubic inch of ash.
      Assume for shopping purposes that: 1 pound of healthy body weight = 1 cubic inch ash
      .
      Easy example: A cremated 100 pound person (healthy weight) will yield almost 100 cubic inches of ashes. So, if 1 pound = 1 cubic inch, you will need an urn that is approximately 90-100 cubic inches or larger.

    3. There are a lot of other factors that play into how much cremains (ashes) you will actually receive from the crematorium. Cremated remains can vary in amount due to different cremation processes, temperature variations and the bone structure of the decedent. Because of that we can't guarantee 100% of the time that an urn will be large enough but if you follow these rules, or call us to discuss, 99.95% of the time we'll be right on.

    4. Buy an urn at least slightly larger than you need to avoid having the urn be too small for the ashes. Urn capacity can only be too small. You can use any size urn that holds more than you need.

    5. Keepsake Cremation Jewelry is designed to hold a trace amount of ashes, similar to the size of a ball-head sewing pin.

    Urn Sizing

    Follow These Rules To Better Determine

    Urn Sizing

    Follow These Rules To Better Determine The Size Of The Urn You Need

    Please Note: When we refer to "healthy" weight, we mean a weight prior to any illness that may have resulted in weight loss, if applicable.

    1. In order to hold all of your loved one's ashes you'll need to know the approximate healthy body weight of the person or pet you are shopping for.

    2. One pound of healthy body weight will yield just less than 1 cubic inch of ash.
      Assume for shopping purposes that: 1 pound of healthy body weight = 1 cubic inch ash
      .
      Easy example: A cremated 100 pound person (healthy weight) will yield almost 100 cubic inches of ashes. So, if 1 pound = 1 cubic inch, you will need an urn that is approximately 90-100 cubic inches or larger.

    3. There are a lot of other factors that play into how much cremains (ashes) you will actually receive from the crematorium. Cremated remains can vary in amount due to different cremation processes, temperature variations and the bone structure of the decedent. Because of that we can't guarantee 100% of the time that an urn will be large enough but if you follow these rules, or call us to discuss, 99.95% of the time we'll be right on.

    4. Buy an urn at least slightly larger than you need to avoid having the urn be too small for the ashes. Urn capacity can only be too small. You can use any size urn that holds more than you need.

    5. Keepsake Cremation Jewelry is designed to hold a trace amount of ashes, similar to the size of a ball-head sewing pin.

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