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Crematorium tried to connect its ovens to the local district heating system so heat from burned bodies could warm houses

 
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Crematorium tried to connect its ovens to the local district heating system so heat from burned bodies could warm houses
Anne Margrethe Brøndelsbo, the head of Alfaset Crematorium, confirmed to The Local she had applied to Hafslund Varme, the local heat and power provider, to connect the facility’s ovens up to its network.

But according to a press spokesman for the utility, the scheme had “ethical issues”, and was in any case, not practical.

“The issue is that this crematorium is too far away from the existing district heating network, so it’s not economical to connect it,” Truls Jemtland told The Local.

He added that the company's management had yet to seriously discuss the morality of using dead bodies in this way.

“There are ethical issues which have to be addressed,” he said.

Brøndelsbo told the Vårt Land newspaper that the crematorium, which was built in 2008, had been designed to use heat from its incinerators to keep its chapel and other buildings warm.

The coolant used to bring smoke down to 150 degrees before release heats radiator fluid in four large tanks, which is then piped around the buildings, she explained.


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Re: Crematorium tried to connect its ovens to the local district heating system so heat from burned bodies could warm houses
Wtf is wrong with people?!
You are the creator of your own master plan... Make it a good one.

Wake the fuk up and be ready... This is absolutely no time to be stupid!

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Wtf is wrong with people?!
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Anything to make or save a buck I guess.
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This sounds like an april fools joke, but it´s not the right time.
Bad joke as well.
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Re: Crematorium tried to connect its ovens to the local district heating system so heat from burned bodies could warm houses
Anne Margrethe Brøndelsbo, the head of Alfaset Crematorium, confirmed to The Local she had applied to Hafslund Varme, the local heat and power provider, to connect the facility’s ovens up to its network.

But according to a press spokesman for the utility, the scheme had “ethical issues”, and was in any case, not practical.

“The issue is that this crematorium is too far away from the existing district heating network, so it’s not economical to connect it,” Truls Jemtland told The Local.

He added that the company's management had yet to seriously discuss the morality of using dead bodies in this way.

“There are ethical issues which have to be addressed,” he said.

Brøndelsbo told the Vårt Land newspaper that the crematorium, which was built in 2008, had been designed to use heat from its incinerators to keep its chapel and other buildings warm.

The coolant used to bring smoke down to 150 degrees before release heats radiator fluid in four large tanks, which is then piped around the buildings, she explained.


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[link to www.thelocal.no]

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I worked next to a crematorium. One day I looked out the second floor window and black smoke was coming out of the roof building next door. The building was really close to our building. I ran downstairs and asked the guy downstairs is that normal. He laughed and said that is a crematorium I didn't realize it because I had only been at the company for a short time. When I would go into work in the morning I would see bodies on gurneys ready to go into the oven. The smell in the summertime was so gross I wanted to throw up. It was eerie and I eventually left our company. I didn't ever want to work late at night working next to that building and burning dead bodies.
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Re: Crematorium tried to connect its ovens to the local district heating system so heat from burned bodies could warm houses
Anne Margrethe Brøndelsbo, the head of Alfaset Crematorium, confirmed to The Local she had applied to Hafslund Varme, the local heat and power provider, to connect the facility’s ovens up to its network.

But according to a press spokesman for the utility, the scheme had “ethical issues”, and was in any case, not practical.

“The issue is that this crematorium is too far away from the existing district heating network, so it’s not economical to connect it,” Truls Jemtland told The Local.

He added that the company's management had yet to seriously discuss the morality of using dead bodies in this way.

“There are ethical issues which have to be addressed,” he said.

Brøndelsbo told the Vårt Land newspaper that the crematorium, which was built in 2008, had been designed to use heat from its incinerators to keep its chapel and other buildings warm.

The coolant used to bring smoke down to 150 degrees before release heats radiator fluid in four large tanks, which is then piped around the buildings, she explained.


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I worked next to a crematorium. One day I looked out the second floor window and black smoke was coming out of the roof building next door. The building was really close to our building. I ran downstairs and asked the guy downstairs is that normal. He laughed and said that is a crematorium I didn't realize it because I had only been at the company for a short time. When I would go into work in the morning I would see bodies on gurneys ready to go into the oven. The smell in the summertime was so gross I wanted to throw up. It was eerie and I eventually left our company. I didn't ever want to work late at night working next to that building and burning dead bodies.
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