There has been recent debate about reducing the required space around any new crematorium - claiming that the current gap between a crematorium and neighbouring dwellings is greater that actually required.

It is my understanding that fumes from a crematorium include mercury vapour - from mercury amalgam fillings in the teeth of the dead.  If this is the case, we should think very carefully about the positioning of any new crematorium, as mercury is known to be a potent neurotoxin.

Why the contribution is important

Health issues.

by mirabellemaslin on February 29, 2016 at 09:47PM

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