I have been involved in the development of an commercialization of nearly 100 Alkaline Hydrolysis systems in the U.S. These have largely replaced incinerators in animal diagnostics centers nationwide. AH is used by most states for diseased animal disposal and is used in some states for human cadaver and human body dispositions. It is 1/10 the carbon footprint of cremation, 1/20 the carbon footprint of burial, and is safer than both combined. The end product is sterile, free from DNA/RNA and is actually beneficial to the aerobic wastewater treatment process from a nutrients / micronutrients viewpoint. Drugs such as cytotoxic drugs used to treat cancer and are carcinogenic and cell toxic, embalming fluids which are carcinogens, all biological toxins, and most chemical toxins, are completely labile to the alkali and amines produced in the alkaline hydrolysis process. The NIH uses this technology as does the USDA and U.S. military as a safe way to dispose of highly contaminated materials from high level bioresearch facilities. Why would a bill be presented to destroy this wonderful addition to the options people have for final disposition? The only thing I can think of is ignorance. However if proof is needed as to the process and its safety, we have a myriad of documents to offer toward this cause. www.bioresponsefuneral.com is our site and our contact information is on the site. Thank you.