Forget about being buried in a coffin or getting cremated.
No more stokvels or burial societies.
Now you and your loved ones can be turned into compost after you die.
A company in Seattle, US, has set up a funeral home for people who want to end up pushing up the daisies.
Katrina Spade, founder of Recompose, says she is launching a “death care revolution”.
She wants to change how people think about what happens after they die.
Her state, Washington state, has become the first to legalize human composting.
When composted a human body yields several wheelbarrows full of soil.
That’s what’s called giving back to the earth.