Press Media & Weblinks

Media links to the Ecopod

EcopodCBS Sunday Morning
CBS in the USA recently had a news article called Designing for the Departed that shows some interesting alternatives to the traditional American all metal casket – and of course the Ecopod is amongst them!

For more information about the Ecopod and Acorn Urn in North America, please contact our exclusive representative and distributor, the Natural Burial Company.

Promoting our Recycled Content
The City of St. Louis Refuse Division website has included a link to the Ecopod and our exclusive distributor in North America, the Natural Burial Company, encouraging citizens to think about buying products that have a post consumer recycled content.

Death For Beginners is both a book and a web site (www.deathforbeginners.com) authored by USA educator and broadcaster Karen Jones, as a practical guide for arranging a graceful exit.

You Tube copyYou Tube links to the Ecopod

To die for: Biodegradable coffins and the latest green must have

Blog links to the Ecopod

Dzine Directions
Lise Andersen has included the Ecopod and the Acorn Urn in Dzine Directions, an her easy to navigate blog which offers a great journey into design and product insights that will inspire you in lots of different areas of life – and death!

Patricia Martin is an author and noted expert on commerce and culture and CEO and founder of LitLamp Communications, an award-winning marketing boutique using culture as a medium to connect brands with communities and consumers.

Web Links

Fond Fairwells: What to do with ashes
A collection of options.

CINDEA
Canadian Integrative Network of Death Education and Alternatives.

Further Information

If you would like further information about either product, permission to use any of the images from the web site (high and low res available), or to talk to Hazel Selene about the Ecopod or the ARKA Acorn Urn, please e-mail us via info@ecopod.co.uk