Burial at sea is becoming popular among families. In comparison to traditional burials, this ceremony is more peaceful for your loved ones.
Trust our team of Eternal Peace Sea Burials in Nassau County, NY, to help you get through this challenging time by providing sincere and respectful sea burials for your loved ones.
Scattering ashes at sea is a great way to pay tribute to your loved ones. We follow all EPA regulations by traveling no less than three nautical miles off the coast. Under the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act (MPRSA), the EPA has issued a general permit authorizing the burial of human remains at sea.
According to EPA regulations:
The process of arranging an ocean funeral for a loved one who has passed away is strictly regulated. Completing the process by yourself is extremely difficult. To avoid headaches, hire our professional burial at sea services. Following are the primary requirements for scattering ashes at the sea ceremony.
To obtain a death certificate, you must first register your loved one’s death with the registry office.
This application can be obtained from the registry office. This notice will allow you to move your loved one’s body so that the funeral at sea can take place.
According to environmental regulations, the body you want to bury at sea must be free of all infections. Therefore, you must obtain a certificate of freedom from fever and infection from the doctor who was treating the deceased person.
Our professional burial at sea services team at Eternal Peace Sea Burials can handle all of the above requirements and permits, giving you peace of mind.
Our sea burial team can assist with flowers. Ashes will be scattered in the water or placed in a biodegradable urn. As we spread the ashes, your loved ones can share memories, poems, and songs. Call us today to customize your sea burial ceremony.
We believe that for the grieving family the ocean is ideal for the soul of the loved ones to rest in peace. You have to release ashes from an urn into the sea.
Sea burial is less expensive than a traditional burial. Burying a loved one at sea is good for the environment. When you bury someone on land, you contribute to more pollution and soil contamination. Another reason people choose sea burial is that it’s permitted in all major religions. The deceased’s body can be buried in the depths of the sea.