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After the cremated remains have been processed, they will be placed in the urn listed on reverse side or, if an urn is not provided to the Crematory, a temporary container will be provided by the Crematory. The Authorizing Agent acknowledges that it is impossible to recover all the dust and residue
from the cremation and processing.
In the case of an adult, it is recommended that the urn or temporary container be a minimum size of 200 cubic inches. In the event the urn or temporary container is insufficient to accommodate all the cremated remains, the excess will be placed by the Crematory in a secondary container. This secondary container will be kept with the urn or temporary container and handled according to the final disposition instruction set forth in section 11, provided, however, that the secondary container may not be designed for shipping. All urns or containers provided to the Crematory must be appropriate for shipping. The Authorizing Agent directs the Crematory to use the specified urn or container listed in #10.