“We see more implants, and we’d like to see them recycled,” said Vidal Herrera, the founder of 1-800-Autopsy. “There’s no state law that says they have to be recycled.”
It’s a trend those in the mortuary business also see. The accessibility of shoulder, hip and knee replacements, as well as pacemakers and other implants has increased alongside the rise in the number of cremations.
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