In addition to space limitations, the government notes that 573lbs of carbon dioxide are released by each cremated corpse. The solution, they insists is to dissolve rather than to burn the bodies.
Under the process, known as resomation, bodies are treated in a steel chamber with potassium hydroxide at high pressure and a temperature of 180c (350f).
This beats Stockholm’s idea of warming homes with burning bunnies.
Sources: Daily Mail