Have you ever wondered what happens to non-organic remains after cremation?
Core Scientific, the leader in cremation metal recycling in North America, explains to us the process of cremation metal recycling.
Cremation metal recycling refers to the process of collecting, processing and recycling post-cremation metals, which are medical implants. This process is also known as implant recycling. Crematories are obligated to find a source to dispose of the non-organic material left over after the cremation process. For a long time, one common activity was to bury those metals in containers. The post-cremation metal material consists mostly of medical implants and prosthetics.