Cremators News

  • Scotland’s newest crematorium opens this week

    A new multi-million pound, family run crematorium to serve North Ayrshire, Scotland, was opened this week and the very first cremation is scheduled to take place on Wednesday June 6th.  The new ‘Clyde Coast & Garnock Valley Crematorium’ has been developed by father and son, Jim and Jeremy Hamilton, together with their business partner Stephen Byfield and the concept was ...

  • Cremation pollution slur totally unfounded

    The cremation of bodies after death has been a part of human culture for untold thousands of years and in the UK the modern human cremation process could be said to have its origins in 1885 when Britain’s first official cremation took place in Woking.  Occasionally, over recent years, new and what are claimed to be innovative body disposal solutions have been suggested and recently a ...

  • Scotland’s newest crematorium

    In the early part of this year we announced how Scottish based Horizon Cremation was planning what was described as a new generation, state-of-the-art crematorium in the beautiful Ayrshire countryside.  In the same article we also reported how, after considerable research, they had commissioned Matthews Environmental Solutions to design and manufacture the bespoke cremation equipment. Now we ...

  • Connected to the future

    They say that the world is getting smaller and for Matthews Environmental Solutions, based near Manchester, England, that is certainly very much the case.  Not only does our export market cover virtually every region of the world with international sales of our waste incinerators, ...

  • Techtrol joins Addfield

    (www.techtrol.co.uk). This meaning that Addfield now owns and control the complete range of Techtrol “Pyrotec” branded incinerator/ cremator designs, websites/ marketing data along with all other general goodwill and IP of the business. Of all of our competitors, Techtrol has been probably the ...

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