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Can People’s Remains Get Mixed Together During Cremation Services?

It’s not uncommon at all for families to have a series of concerns when they’re planning a loved one’s cremation services in Rocklin, CA. One of the things that some families worry about is their loved one’s remains getting mixed together with other people’s remains during the cremation process. We don’t blame you for being worried about this, but you should know that it’s not something you have to worry about when cremating a loved one. Take a look at a few things that crematories do to prevent people’s remains from getting mixed together.

Crematories are very careful about how they handle people’s bodies before the cremation process begins.

Before the Rocklin, CA cremation begins, crematories go to great lengths to ensure that they handle people’s bodies with the proper care. They make sure that they’re identified properly at least a few times. They also make sure that they have permission from a person’s family to cremate them. And outside of doing all that, they’re also extremely careful about where they keep people’s bodies and how they move them around. They keep people’s bodies away from one another at all times.

They make sure that they’re only cremating one person at a time.

When a person is cremated, they aren’t ever cremated with other people. Only one person can fit inside of a cremation chamber at a time, and even if more could fit in it, a crematory wouldn’t ever think about cremating more than one person at a time. Because of this, you and your family won’t need to be concerned about your loved one being cremated at the same time as someone else. It’s one more way in which crematories stop people’s remains from coming into contact with each other.

They clean up their cremation chambers thoroughly in between cremations.

At the end of the cremation process, the only things left in a cremation chamber will be a pile of bone fragments and a bunch of cremated remains. A crematory will carefully remove them from a cremation chamber so that they can be processed. And they’ll be sure to get all of the remains without leaving any behind. They leave more than enough time in between cremations so that they’re able to do a thorough clean-up job.

They follow all of the rules and regulations that have been put into place within the cremation industry.

The cremation industry has grown very quickly over the last 20 years. This might lead you to believe that the industry isn’t as regulated as it could and should be. But the industry has stayed on top of things and consistently put new rules and regulations into place to prevent problems like people’s remains getting mixed together. A crematory cremation service in Rocklin CA 300x150will follow these rules and regulations and put your mind at ease in the process.

Do you have any other concerns about Rocklin, CA cremations that you would like to address? Heritage Oaks Memorial Chapel can address them for you and make you feel more comfortable with the cremation process as a whole. Give us a call to speak with a funeral director about your cremation-related questions.

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