Cambridge area event to discuss local project

August 5, 2018 by  

As in many other businesses, the funeral industry is going more “green”, and a discussion has been planned near Cambridge that will explore this field and how it can be adapted to provide more environmentally friendly options.

The “Good Green Death” project, which is being undertaken through the support of Councillor Mark Whaley and the City of Waterloo, will explore some of the practices that surround death and dying in the local area. The planners of the session noted that the goal is to develop choices that are more family friendly and kind to the environment.

Anyone who is interested in sharing their opinion during the meeting is welcome to take part. Light refreshments will be served, and the discussion will be led by Kate Pearce, who works with the Waterloo Global Science Initiative. The event is scheduled to run for approximately two hours and will begin at 1:30 pm.

The discussion is being hosted by the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex, which can be found at 101 Father David Bauer Road. Note pads, personalized pens, and other items for this sort of occasion can be both designed and produced by area print shops.

This opportunity for the community to find out more about what the ‘Good Green Death Project’ is all about will be held on September 30. There is no charge to participate.