Thu, May 6, 2004, 12:22pm (EDT+4) email@example.com
(Robert Bonomi) says:
<snip> Then there are the construction requirements. Yup, before you can
be buried in it, there are _legal_ specifications that have to be dealt
with. Prevention of things like contamination of the water-table, etc.
I haven't double-checked this, but from what I've come across, in
various places, it isn't that much of a problem. Because, the caskets
are buried in a container of some sort. So, it wouldn't really matter
if just a cardboard box was used, because it would be inside a "vault",
or whatever they call them.
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