Crematoriums In Denmark Now Using BioLPG Instead Of Fuel As Country Aspires To Become Fossil Free By 2050

In Denmark’s Aarhus, even the crematoriums are making efforts to go carbon neutral in a bid to make the country fossil free by 2050.

“We’re always looking for new solutions in our services that can help reduce the impact we have on the environment,” an Aarhus municipal official, Kim Gulvad Svendsen, said in a statement.

By replacing fuel with BioLPG, a new form of propane, the city’s crematorium will be able to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 200 tonnes a year, the municipality said.

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