I’m one of those people that are happy to talk about life after death, I know some people find the subject of dying to be rather difficult but I’m a realist, it’s going to happen to us all some time. I want my family to be fully prepared when I shuffle off this mortal coil and I’ve already discussed the benefits of Eco Coffins with them. Cardboard Coffins might not be everybody’s cup of tea but I think Eco Coffins are a fabulous idea. They’re environmentally sound and you can personalise Eco Coffins exactly as you like to reflect your character and personality. I’ve thought about traditional types of wooden coffins in the past but when the time comes for me to meet my maker I’d like to leave less of a footprint on our host planet and for that reason alone Eco Coffins get my vote.
Would you consider Eco Coffins?
As I see it why dismiss the idea of Eco Cardboards before you’ve even looked at the positives of Cardboard Coffins? Eco Coffins are made in traditionally shaped designs it’s just the material that they are made from which is different. Eco Coffins give you an alternative from heavy wooden caskets they’re strong but lightweight and made from a high percentage of post consumer waste. When you cremate Eco Coffins they have lower carbon emissions so you can be as thoughtful about lowering your carbon footprint in death as you were in life and make eco-conscious decisions. It’s hard to see past Eco Coffins really if you care about green credentials.
And you can personalise Eco Coffins
This is the other massive plus point in my opinion, you can create unique Cardboard Coffins that are just as individual as the person that has sadly passed away. Eco Coffins can be simple, plain in colour if you like or they can have any image that you like printed onto them. If you are passionate about something in particular have that reflected on Eco Coffins send out one last message to the mourners at your funeral. Not everyone is going to want Eco Coffins at their funerals it’s understandable because everybody is different, but I for one would be more than happy to be cremated in a cardboard coffin when I pass away.