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The deceased is placed in a combustible box, which is used during refrigerated storage and then placed in the cremation chamber. Family or clergy can choose to be present at the initiation of the cremation process. After cremation, the remains consist of bone fragments and a minimal amount of ash from the box; these are pulverized to a uniform consistency and placed in the desired container. Family or clergy can choose to receive the cremated remains at the crematory or some other designated place.

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