Promessa UK Team moves in a new direction

Charles Cowling

 Press release issued this morning by Promessa UK and reproduced here word for word.

 

Regrettably Promessa UK has decided for several reasons to sever all ties with Promessa Organic AB (Sweden).

 Promessa UK is not comfortable with the lack of progress in the development of Promession technology by Promessa Organic AB. In Promessa UK’s professional opinion and after a lengthy period of due diligence Promessa UK believes Promession is still at concept stage.

 Promessa UK feels a responsibility to convey its position to all interested parties.

 Promessa UK is wholly convinced that the natural composting of remains is the way to address the environmental, practical and sustainability issues posed by current burial methods.

 A further statement will be issued in due course.

 

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Sorry meant to say thank you Fran! Editing does not seem to be possible.

Mary
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Thank you Mary. I am sorry about that. The reason is that I prefer to remain anonymous online except for minimal online shopping etc. My email address is my name so I can’t use it. I am not connected with the funeral trade past, present, or future in any way whatsoever so I don’t think I will have anything that could be of help to you. My ongoing interest in the GFG blog is as a testator, potential future executor, bereaved person, friend of bereaved etc i.e. all the different ways an ordinary member of the public comes in contact… Read more »

Fran Hall
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Mary, would you contact me at fran.hall@goodfuneralguide.co.uk please? There’s something we’d like to discuss with you.

(I have tried writing to you at the address supplied but my message has been returned as undeliverable).

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So now that Promession (and Cryomation and Resomation) is named in the Law Commission’s potential project on “A Modern Framework for Disposing of the Dead” what do people who read this blog think might happen next? For me, the organisations behind these various “new” ideas are a little too sparing with the detail about their processes and how the carbon footprint etc really does compare with more “traditional” processes. But it would be great if this project could bring some renewed standards and clarity to existing processes and some also enable improvements to these or new and better processes to… Read more »

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Absolutely agree with the previous comment. Who are the people behind promessa uk and their now obvious bias. Promessa uk, should now remove any and entitlement to use that name/website etc to prevent it from misleading any discussions on this subject of promession! It’s about time in the 21st century we embrace the realities of lack and cost of land space, funeral costs (gas) and the environmental impact and associated costs. The sooner the government includes promession and other organic means, the better. The British public in particular are pragmatic enough even when dealing with the issue of death to… Read more »

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Nathan Aldridge

Bullshit, we’re 2013, we should better ways of burial by now..