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cache. / urn for land scattering

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cache. is an urn that breaks down over time, after it is buried in the ground, releasing the cremated remains to be scattered by land movement. By creating an urn out of sand using a water-soluble binder, cremated remains can be buried in designated areas. This urn can also be used for sea burial as well.

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National University of Singapore

National University of Singapore
Singapore, Singapore

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Raymond Hon

Raymond Hon
Singapore, Singapore