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Meet Australia’s First Carbon-Neutral Pet Crematorium that Revolutionizes Aftercare with Renewable Energy and Special Tributes

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BRISBANE, AU – 26-Sep-2023 Pure Souls Pet Aquacremation, Australia's first carbon-neutral pet crematorium, is excited to announce its array of high-quality, environmentally-conscious services. Recognized as the top-rated pet aquacremation facility on Google, Pure Souls leverages the power of renewable energy to provide pet owners a sustainable, kind alternative to traditional pet cremation.


Operating exclusively on renewable energy, Pure Souls ensures its processes are environmentally friendly, producing no CO2 emissions. "Our commitment to preserving the planet goes hand-in-hand with our dedication to commemorating our clients' beloved pets," states the company representative.


In addition to their environmentally responsible practices, Pure Souls differentiates itself with a steadfast commitment to compassionate care. Recognising the profound bond between pets and their owners, the team ensures a supportive and respectful process from start to finish––handling each beloved pet with the utmost dignity, with services tailored to meet the individual wishes of the bereaved family.


With green technology playing a key role at the forefront of their operations, Pure Souls utilises advanced Alkaline Hydrolysis techniques. Unlike traditional cremation methods, aquacremation is a gentle water-based process that mimics natural decomposition, making it a preferred option for many pet owners. It's not just about offering an eco-friendly alternative, but about providing a choice that respects the emotional journey of those left behind; intertwining innovation with empathy to redefine pet aftercare in Australia.


Pure Souls extends its eco-conscious ethos into the creation of memorials and urns. Each piece is meticulously hand crafted from renewable materials, embodying both the respect for life and commitment to sustainability that define Pure Souls.


As a bonus to offering green services, Pure Souls goes the extra mile to honor the memories of pets. As a heart-warming tribute, the company plants a tree for every pet that passes through its doors––a practice that not only furthers their carbon-neutral mission, but also creates a living testament to the beloved pets––allowing their memory to grow and thrive in the environment they once enjoyed.


The team at Pure Souls understands the emotional toll of losing a pet and offers a compassionate, respectful service. Their aquacremation process uses water instead of fire, providing a gentle and respectful transition for pets. This unique service, coupled with their unwavering commitment to the environment, sets Pure Souls apart in the pet aftercare industry.


Pure Souls invites all pet owners to explore their services and consider a greener, kinder option for their pets' aftercare needs. Their customer-centric approach, underscored by a deep commitment to environmental sustainability, makes Pure Souls the ideal choice for those seeking a gentle and respectful send-off for their cherished pets.


For more information about Pure Souls Pet Aquacremation, please visit

About us:

Pure Souls Pet Aquacremation is a leading pet crematorium located in Brisbane, Australia. As the country's first carbon-neutral pet crematorium, Pure Souls is dedicated to providing compassionate, respectful aftercare for pets while minimizing environmental impact. Their eco-friendly approach includes operating solely on renewable energy and creating memorials and urns from renewable materials. Committed to honouring the memory of each pet, Pure Souls plants a tree in their memory, creating a living tribute to each pet's life.

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Linda Serrano






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