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If approved, the bill would also make Washington the 17th state to allow alkaline hydrolysis. That process involves dissolving bodies with with water and lye until "just liquid and bone remains," according to the report.
The method costs about $5,500 compared to more than $7,000 for a traditional funeral, based on 2017 figures from the National Funeral Directors Association. Cremation costs about $1,000, minus a memorial service and an urn.
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