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Transforming human remains into soil

Return Home is an end of life service that gently transforms the human body into soil after death. Our proprietary Terramation™ process is an innovative, environmentally-positive alternative to traditional death care. Terramation™ turns human remains into soil that supports new life and promotes healthy ecosystems. For centuries, conventional burial and cremation have been the only two choices available, and both are environmentally unsustainable. One cremation alone burns as much fuel as a roundtrip drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles, while in the United States we bury enough wood to build 24.5 million homes. Return Home’s process is a revolutionary, future-forward alternative that ensures that our last act on earth is to enrich and improve it.

This Reg CF offering is made available through StartEngine Capital, LLC. This investment is speculative, illiquid, and involves a high degree of risk, including the possible loss of your entire investment.

$675,911.30 Raised

Reasons to Invest

  • We built the first large-scale Terramation™ facility in the world and are prepared to rapidly expand as more states legalize the process. 
  • Our facility opened in June 2021, during which time we’ve served dozens of families. We’ve spent the last 3 years investing in and developing a scientific process and proprietary technology that allows us to transform human remains to soil in just 60 days. 
  • The traditional funeral market is a $20 billion industry that offers just two services, burial and cremation. Meanwhile, 52% of Americans nationwide express interest in green funeral options. 


Returning Remains to the Earth Through Terramation™

Return Home’s Terramation™ process gently transforms human remains into rich, fertile soil, allowing families an environmentally-positive way to return their loved ones back to the earth. 

Return Home has built the first large-scale Terramation™ facility in the world. Our Auburn facility is capable of terramating 74 bodies per month, or almost 900 decedents per year. Most importantly, we have a growing, passionate base of supporters who are actively integrating Terramation™ into their death planning, and spreading the word through their social networks. 

As Terramation™ becomes legalized in states across the country, Return Home is prepared to fill this new, expanding market. Based in Auburn just 20 minutes south of downtown Seattle, we are fully operational and preparing to roll out across the U.S. as more states pass legislation. 

The Opportunity

A $1B Industry 

The timing for Terramation™ could not be better. In May 2019, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee signed SB 5001, which allows for natural organic reduction as a disposition option for human remains. The new law came into effect on May 1, 2020. Washington is the first state to ratify natural organic reduction, and Oregon and Colorado followed suit just one year later. When Massachusetts, Illinois, California, and New York approve Terramation™, this new legislation can open up an enormous market, a 10% share of which would result in yearly revenues of over $350M, and a market value in the $1 billion range. 

The Problem

Cremation and Burial are Environmentally Unsustainable 

Put simply, most Americans do not have access to an earth-positive death care method. This means that most families must choose between burial and cremation, both of which are environmentally unsustainable. 

As of 2020, cremation and burial accounted for 56 and 37.9 percent of U.S. disposition, respectively. Cremation is growing at a very rapid clip and is expected to account for 69.5% of total U.S. dispositions by 2030. (Source)

Cremation is growing for a number of reasons. The first is that it is considerably cheaper than burial. Second and most troubling is the fact that many people perceive cremation to be kind to the earth. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. 


Excuse the bad pun, but the way we dispose of our dead is killing us

Return Home is leading the charge to provide funeral services that do not squander precious environmental resources.

The Return Home Solution - Terramation™!

We at Return Home believe that when we die, every one of us should have the right to return to the earth without poisoning it. 

Our proprietary Terramation™ process transforms human remains into soil in just 60 days. Our research indicates that we require just 10% of the energy normally used during the cremation process to complete one full Terramation™. Better yet, the soil produced is marvelously fertile and can be used to revitalize the earth. Cremated remains are essentially inert, charred carbon and offer no more nutritional value to the land than a bucketful of sand. 

The Market

Innovation in a Large Market

The funeral industry is a $20 billion market.  (Source) The business has not had a disposition method become mainstream since cremation was introduced in 1960. 

However, the desire for innovation is there, with 52% of adults saying they would be interested in green funeral options. (Source)

* Source

With legislation in multiple states recently approving Terramation™, a whole new market segment has suddenly opened up. Washington State, Oregon, and Colorado have all officially legalized Terramation™, and California,  New York, Illinois, Delaware, and Massachusetts are expected to follow in the next 12-24 months. Return Home is positioned to be the market leader in this expanding sector. 

* WA, CO, and OR have all ratified. MA, CA, NY, DE, and IL we believe should ratify in the next 12-24 months.

THE Solution

Technology to Implement Terramation™ on a Mass Scale

Return Home has built the first large-scale Terramation™ facility in the world, a hi-tech, 11,500 square foot, 74-vessel facility in Washington State, just 20 minutes south of Seattle. 

We spent 2.5 years developing our science and bespoke equipment. Our Terramation™ process is fully developed and capable of transforming human remains into soil in just 60 days. 

Return Home’s state-of-the-art facility is unlike anything currently on the market. Our HVAC system (nicknamed ‘Octopus’) moves oxygen through each of the 74 vessels and out of the facility, all the while constantly monitoring each vessel for temperature and airflow. This information is uploaded to the cloud and monitored by our operations team around the clock. 

Almost every piece of equipment in the facility is custom designed and fabricated. Every step in our process has been carefully thought through, and we’ve created a proprietary technical infrastructure capable of efficiently assisting us through every step of the Terramation™ process.

Our facility is fully operational, and we have already begun accepting decedents and returning soil back to families since June 2021. 

We’re More Than Just Technology

While we have focused intensively on our scientific process and technical capability, these are actually just a means to a much more important goal.

Visiting Return Home is the brightest thing many of our families experience during some of the darkest times of their lives.

What exactly does this mean?

  • TRANSPARENCY: Anyone can visit our facility and see what we do first-hand. We are in the business of winning hearts and minds. The more transparent we are, the more people can understand why Terramation™ is so important for the health of our planet.
  • DIGNITY: Every decedent is treated with love and respect. Our rule is simple - if this was our own mother, brother, grandmother, or son, what would we want for them? This means every decedent gets bathed, their hair washed, and are dressed in a compostable gown. It means that our team gently hits a gong when we close the lid on each vessel, and take time to speak the person’s name and wish them a safe journey.
  • INTEGRITY: We are here to explain every part of the process, and to ensure our families understand how much we value the fact that they trust us with their loved ones. We answer every question be it from a 7-year-old child, or an 85-year-old grandfather of 5.
  • Most importantly, we never forget that our primary purpose is to serve our families at their time of greatest need. The below video explains just how much this means both to us and the families we serve.

The Process

Phase 1 - Laying in: The body is placed in a sealed, environmentally controlled vessel and surrounded by an organic mixture composed of sawdust, straw, and alfalfa

Phase 2 - Terramation: The body quickly rises to between 145-160°F, and the microbes in the body become super-active, transforming the body to soil in just 30 days.

Phase 3 - Breathing: The soil is then placed in a separate container and allowed to cool and breathe for a second month.

Phase 4 - Life Grows on: After 60 days, the soil is ready to give back to the family! Any soil the family wishes to donate will be scattered at Return Home’s 8 acre greenbelt location.

The terramated remains are then ready to be delivered to the family to use as they wish. The soil can be used to plant a memorial garden, a grove of trees, or donated to nurture land in need of revitalization.

Competitive Landscape and Pricing

Our scientific process and proprietary technology allow us to serve the market on an unprecedented scale. 


While there are 3 other companies that offer Terramation™ services, none are yet capable of operating on scale, with a current capacity of 10, 5, and 2 vessels respectively.

Our business model is simple – we charge $4,950 for our Terramation™ service. This includes picking up the body, filing death certificates, transforming the body into soil, and scattering any additional soil on our 8-acre greenbelt location in Kent, WA. We also offer an optional $500 laying-in service.

Why Invest

Leading the Movement for Green Burials

We see this as a significant opportunity to lead the way in the first technological advance in the multi-billion funeral business in 60 years. We intend to be the leading provider of Terramation™ services in the United States. 

Washington, Oregon, and Colorado have already ratified Terramation™, and our goal is to move quickly into these markets over the next 24 months. We also expect a number of additional states to ratify in the next 1-2 years, and we will expand to those states as well.

Our Plan

2022 - Invest heavily in marketing, solidifying Return Home as a market leader in Terramation™

2023 - Build 2nd facility in Colorado or Oregon

2024 - Build 3 facilities 

2025 - Build 5 facilities

2026 - Build 10 facilities across the U.S.

By 2026, we have set a goal to be running 20 Terramation™ facilities across the country.

Our Team

Return Home’s team is truly what sets us apart. We are a group comprised of soil scientists, electrical engineers, funeral directors, compost experts, mechanical engineers, and construction specialists. 

Return Home ensures that our last act on this earth is to give back and create new life. We strive to be the brightest thing that happens to families during the darkest times in their lives. 

Join us as we provide a gentle, eco-conscious process that allows all of us to Return Home when we die.



4146 B Pl NW
Auburn, WA 98001

Return Home is an end of life service that gently transforms the human body into soil after death. Our proprietary Terramation™ process is an innovative, environmentally-positive alternative to traditional death care. Terramation™ turns human remains into soil that supports new life and promotes healthy ecosystems. For centuries, conventional burial and cremation have been the only two choices available, and both are environmentally unsustainable. One cremation alone burns as much fuel as a roundtrip drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles, while in the United States we bury enough wood to build 24.5 million homes. Return Home’s process is a revolutionary, future-forward alternative that ensures that our last act on earth is to enrich and improve it.


Micah Truman
Micah Truman
CEO & Director

Micah’s is a lifelong leader and entrepreneur. Driven to create a company expressly designed to ensure a sustainable future, Micah headed the teams responsible for developing Return Home’s proprietary Terramation™ process to ensure that environmentally friendly end-of-life options as finally available to the general public. 

A Seattle-native and experienced international entrepreneur, Micah's spent years living in Asia running several online technology companies before founding AsiaWise, an international real estate investment company.  

Micah is a graduate of Oberlin College and has been featured in The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, Seattle Times, Chicago Tribune, and on National Public Radio. 

Courtney Norris

Courtney Norris

Construction Lead

Courtney was responsible for building the entire Return Home facility, and works with the Return Home team to continually improve our unique 11,500 sqf Terramation™ space. Courtney worked closely with our architects, engineers, HVAC specialists and soil scientists to build our unique facility. With over 20 years experience, Courtney’s communication and knowledge of the building industry allow focus to be directed at construction quality, schedules, and budgets.

Steve Calson

Steve Calson

Operations Director

Steve maintains the operational integrity of Return Home’s Terramation systems. A specialist at managing complex systems in highly demanding environments, Steve holds a degree in chemistry from the University of Oregon, and has extensive background in engineering including design, manufacturing and quality control across multiple industries. 

“I want to leave a healthy planet for my grandkids and their children to live,” says Steve. “Return Home’s Terramation system reduces our environmental impact on the planet and I enjoy being part of something that helps our world.”

Brie Smith

Brie Smith

Services Director

Brie is responsible for all at-need death care including services, arrangements, ceremonies, and ensuring families wishes are fulfilled with dignity and respect. She also leads Return Home’s educational outreach efforts with the funeral industry.

Brie is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Washington state, and has served two terms as the President of the Puget Sound Funeral Directors Association where she remains actively involved. She has worked in the funeral industry since 2011, graduating with honors from MCC’s Mortuary Science Program in 2014.  

“People deserve a natural end-of-life choice,” says Brie. “After witnessing the gentle transformation of Terramation, I knew I wanted to educate others about this new alternative that will bring so many people peace and comfort.” 

John Paul, Ph.D.

John Paul, Ph.D.

Lead Scientist

John is recognized as one of the most experienced mortality composters in the world. His work with animal mortalities has been widely documented, and some of his Youtube videos have garnered over 750,000 views. 

John has a PhD in soil microbiology and biochemistry and worked as a Waste Management scientist for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada from 1991 to 1998.

Dr. Paul was the chief achitect of Return Home's Terramation™ system, developing both the process and our unique 'in vessel' system.

Raphael Hamm

Raphael Hamm

Mechanical Lead

Raph Hamm is in charge of designing and developing all of Return Home's unique Terramation™ equipment. He has a diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology from British Columbia Institute of Technology and has worked extensively in the oil and gas and the automotive industry.

Raph was instrumental in designing and having our equipment manufactured. He now spends his time with us optimtimizing our systems, making sure they are working at maximum efficiency.

Katey Houston

Katey Houston

Services Manager

Katey is a funeral director and embalmer, licensed in both Britain and the United States. She is responsible for caring for our families, and ensuring that their loved ones are given the utmost care and love.

Katey is a graduate of both Lake Washington Technical College in the U.S., and the Salisbury College of Funeral Sciences in Britain. She has worked in the funeral industry for 10 years.

A strong proponent of equal and accessible deathcare, Katey serves on the board of directors with Washington State Funeral Directors Association, helping to shape the profession of the future.

Chris Stone

Chris Stone

Operations Technician

Chris works hard to ensure that our Terramation™ process works flawlessly every time. Chris is highly experienced, and previously worked for 5 years both as a cremationist, and as a removal technician.

Sam Bosgra

Sam Bosgra

Manufacturing Lead

Sam Bosgra is responsible for working closely with our engineering and scientific teams to fabricate all of the bespoke Terramation™ machinery Return Home currently uses. He specializes in developing, testing, and perfecting machinery for the agricultural industry. Sam has worked with the agricultural industry for decades, and in the composting industry since 1994.


Return Home, Inc.
Jun 30, 2022
$10k - $1.07M
Common Stock
Common Stock

Maximum Number of Shares Offered subject to adjustment for bonus shares

*Maximum number of shares offered subject to adjustment for bonus shares. See bonus info below.

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Voting Proxy. Each Subscriber shall appoint the Chief Executive Officer of the Company (the “CEO”), or his or her successor, as the Subscriber’s true and lawful proxy and attorney, with the power to act alone and with full power of substitution, to, consistent with this instrument and on behalf of the Subscriber, (i) vote all Securities, (ii) give and receive notices and communications, (iii) execute any instrument or document that the CEO determines is necessary or appropriate in the exercise of its authority under this instrument, and (iv) take all actions necessary or appropriate in the judgment of the CEO for the accomplishment of the foregoing. The proxy and power granted by the Subscriber pursuant to this Section are coupled with an interest. Such proxy and power will be irrevocable. The proxy and power, so long as the Subscriber is an individual, will survive the death, incompetency and disability of the Subscriber and, so long as the Subscriber is an entity, will survive the merger or reorganization of the Subscriber or any other entity holding the Securities. However, the Proxy will terminate upon the closing of a firm-commitment underwritten public offering pursuant to an effective registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933 covering the offer and sale of Common Stock or the effectiveness of a registration statement under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 covering the Common Stock.

Investment Incentives*

Early Bird

Friends and Family - First 72 hours | 10% bonus shares

Early Bird Bonus - Next 7 days | 5% bonus shares


Blossom ($500 investment)

  •  'I'd Rather be Compost' t-shirt

Daisy ($1,000 investment)

  •  'I'd rather be Compost' t-shirt
  • $200 discount on purchase of Terramation™ service, transferrable to the family of your choice

Orchid ($5,000 investment)

  • 'I'd rather be Compost' t-shirt
  • $1,000 discount on purchase of Terramation™ service, transferrable to the family of your choice

Magnolia ($10,000 investment)

  • 'I'd rather be Compost' t-shirt
  • $2,000 discount on purchase of Terramation™ service, transferrable to the family of your choice

Evergreen ($25,000 investment)

  • 'I'd rather be Compost' t-shirt
  • $2,000 discount on purchase of Terramation™ service, transferrable to the family of your choice
  • 10% bonus shares

Sequioia ($50,000 investment)

  • 'I'd rather be Compost' t-shirt
  • 10% bonus shares
  • Trip for 2 to Seattle to receive a personal guided tour of the Return Home facility from CEO Micah Truman
  • Free Terramation™ service, transferrable to the family of your choice

*All perks occur when the offering is completed.

The 10% StartEngine Owners' Bonus

Return Home, Inc. will offer 10% additional bonus shares for all investments that are committed by investors that are eligible for the StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. OWNer's bonus.

This means eligible StartEngine shareholders will receive a 10% bonus for any shares they purchase in this offering. For example, if you buy 100 shares of Common Stock at $1.71 / share, you will receive 10 additional shares of Common Stock, meaning you'll own 110 shares for $171. Fractional shares will not be distributed and share bonuses will be determined by rounding down to the nearest whole share.

This 10% Bonus is only valid during the investors eligibility period. Investors eligible for this bonus will also have priority if they are on a waitlist to invest and the company surpasses its maximum funding goal. They will have the first opportunity to invest should room in the offering become available if prior investments are canceled or fail.

Investors will only receive a single bonus, which will be the highest bonus rate they are eligible for.

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Officers, directors, executives, and existing owners with a controlling stake in the company (or their immediate family members) may make investments in this offering. Any such investments will be included in the raised amount reflected on the campaign page.

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Notes on being useful after dying in Washington state

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‘Gonna change the world’: Inside the first large-scale human composting facility

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The Colorado Sun

Body composting, recently approved by Colorado lawmakers, is a “green” alternative to burial and cremation

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The Stranger

Human Composting Is Disrupting the Death Industry

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Seattle Times

Competition emerges in the Seattle-area human-composting funeral business



Just 6 Hours Left to go in Return Home's StartEngine Raise!

This will be the last update from the Return Home team on StartEngine. Our deepest thanks to all of the people who have joined us on our journey. We are beyond excited about what the future holds, and we remain deeply grateful to our hundreds of StartEngine supporters. 

Just 6 hours left to invest in Return Home's equity raise! Join us, and let's change death care as we know it. 


Last Day to Invest in Return Home!

Our deepest thanks to the 370+ StartEngine investors who have joined us on our journey. We are incredibly excited about the future, and are delighted that you all will be alongside us.

For those of you who have not yet invested, today is your day! Our raise closes tonight at 11:59pm PDT. Join us while there is still time!


Webinar Today - Just 1 day Left in Return Home's Raise!

Today is the day!  Return Home’s FINAL investor webinar will kick off this afternoon, hosted by our CEO Micah Truman.  Join us as we discuss developments to date, the incredible worldwide attention we have received, and our proprietary Terramation™️ process! Finally, just 1 day left to join our equity raise. Join us!

Sign up today and join our webinar scheduled for TODAY, Tuesday June 28th, 2022 at 3:30PM PDT.


Return Home's Raise Ends in 2 Days!

Just 2 days until our StartEngine raise closes. Join us now, and change the future of death care! 


Register for our Upcoming Webinar - Just 3 Days Left in Our Raise!

We are thrilled to announce Return Home’s FINAL investor webinar, hosted by our CEO Micah Truman! There are only 2 days to go, so act fast and secure your spot while time still permits. Join us as we discuss developments to date, the incredible worldwide attention we have received, and our proprietary Terramation™️ process!

Sign up today and join our webinar on Tuesday June 28th, 2022 at 3:30PM PDT.

Finally, just 3 days to go until our StartEngine raise concludes. Join us now!


Return Home Featured in Fortune, Newsweek, Buzzfeed... Just 4 Days Left to Invest!

Over these last couple months we’ve been featured in NewsweekFortuneThe New York PostBuzzfeedNowThis, and so many others. The world is watching what we are doing, and it’s incredibly gratifying to see. Only 4 days left in our StartEngine raise. Join us!


Return Home Has Been Redesigned! Just 5 Days Left to Invest!

With so many families coming to Return Home to visit their loved one, we decided it was time to make sure our front-of-house was a place our families loved spending time. We've just created a space surrounded by images of sun and trees, with speakers scattered throughout the space playing music our families want to hear. Pictures tell a thousand words. Welcome to Return Home.


Return Home Assists Families from 13 States

Return Home has now assisted families from 13 states - Washington, Oregon, Colorado, California, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, North Carolina, Arizona, and this week Hawaii! We are incredibly excited that our Teramation service is being embraced across America, and that families are reaching out to us at one of the most critical points in their lives. 

Return Home is utterly unique in our ability to help families across the United States. With just one phone call to our team, we can arrange everything required to transport and terramate a loved one from any of the 50 states at our Auburn facility. 

Just 6 days left to go in our StartEngine raise - join us now!


Return Home's Raise Ends in One Week!

Just one week left to go before the Return Home investment on StartEngine concludes! Jump in now and join us as we ensure our last act on this planet is one that gives back to the earth.


Return Home Final Q&A Webinar Scheduled for 6/28 at 3:30PM PDT!

Dear family, friends, fans, and investors,

We are thrilled to announce Return Home’s FINAL investor webinar, hosted by our CEO Micah Truman! There is only one week to go, so act fast and secure your spot while time still permits. Join us as we discuss developments to date, the incredible worldwide attention we have received, and our proprietary Terramation™️ process!

Sign up today and join us on Tuesday June 28th, 2022 at 3:30PM PDT.

Come prepared to discuss your burning questions! We will be reserving half the webcast to answer inquiries from the StartEngine community.  Our team is looking forward to seeing you all there.

Help create a more sustainable future for generations to come by investing in Return Home on StartEngine!


Micah Truman


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Reimar Kallberg

10 months ago

Hi when would we receive our T-shirt? We invested $500 before the campaign closed.



Adriana capozzi

a year ago

Is it possible to invest as a Canadian?



Taryn Matusik

a year ago

Is it possible to access the recording of yesterday's webinar?



JF Stupka

a year ago

What assurances are there against fraud, which seems incredibly easy to do. Not just assurances that Return Home protects its customers from misdealings but the industry itself. Say another company starts up in the industry, is discovered to be just cremating bodies at less cost and then sending a bag of dirt to families... That would do great damage to share values industry-wide, wouldn't it?



John Kiel

a year ago

What is the projected cost to open each new facility?



Daniel Hennessy

a year ago

Hello, I have been following the development of human composting very closely, both from a customer and an investor's point of view. To have an environmentally positive alternative to the tradition route is amazing! I understand the carbon savings compared to legacy funeral options, but have you studied the environmental impact of terramation? How much electricity does your facility use / how much water does the compost need / what energy does the HVAC need... etc?



Hiram Wong

a year ago

"4" again is considered an unlucky number, especially in Asian cultures!! In Chinese, it sounds and has the connotation for death!!! You know that!! Why hide it??!!! You put it out there. Look it up. Speak to Chinese and Koreans. It is ironic that you are campaigning and promoting a product that suppposedly cares for proper treatment of those who have passed on, but think it is alright to offend Asian cultures. Your CEO, who is part Asian, should know better.



LeAnders Jones


a year ago

Hello, I am interested as both a customer and investor in your product. However, I aim to be as ethical as possible with my money. One of the articles describing your product says that you have engaged scientists to fine-tune the NOR process using pigs for the research. How are the pigs obtained for the research and do they die under natural causes prior to being used for the research? Thank you.



Chris Lemons


a year ago

How will this process work in other states? Do you plan on having locations everywhere it is legal? Or following a service will the funeral home ship the body to you in Washington? If that is the case how is the expense and logistics of shipping 500 lbs of soil back across the country handled? Thanks.



Steve Mills


a year ago

I support your ambition. Your record is impressive. Your plan seems solid, making you the front runner. Statistically, the timing is right for Terramation. But, I have 2 concerns that are holding me back. 1. The cost of Terramation is 5 times the cost of cremation. 2. You stated there are 3 competitors who lag behind in available units. What is there to prevent one of them from licensing their process and equipment to existing funeral homes? Let's say you build a 70 unit facility, complete with land lease for disposal, outside Chicago. According to, there are 583 funeral homes in Chicago. If a competitor can license just 10% or 58 homes, with 2 to 4 units, they've positioned themselves to geographically dominate Chicago and, eventually, Illinois. They don't have to build any facilities, just provide paperwork and equipment. They profit from lease revenue and equipment sales; all from one location. If they can lease it to one or more of the big three, they'll get a huge revenue boost. As I see it, the goal is to spread the decomposition method under the Terramation brand. Building facilities for demonstration purposes is too slow. You are in direct competition with the current industry. They'll work to stymie your progress. You'll be in an unending cycle of fund-raising to build depreciating facilities. There are over 19,000 funeral homes in the U.S., who already have connections to cemetaries for disposal. And, people like to go where their family has gone before. Funeral Homes are suffering a loss of revenue because cremations are on the rise. Leasing means you're an ally, providing them new revenue sources. Now, they would be aiding in the passage of laws. Licensing the brand and selling equipment seems more able to accomplish the goal. And a cash rich company with a small payroll could lead to Big Bucks Buy Out for an exit strategy. I, readily, admit I might be wack on this. Is there something that prevents the process/equipment from being licensed? Does the math support the turtle over the hare?




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1) Regulation A offerings (JOBS Act Title IV; known as Regulation A+), which are offered to non-accredited and accredited investors alike. These offerings are made through StartEngine Primary, LLC (unless otherwise indicated). 2) Regulation D offerings (Rule 506(c)), which are offered only to accredited investors. These offerings are made through StartEngine Primary, LLC. 3) Regulation Crowdfunding offerings (JOBS Act Title III), which are offered to non-accredited and accredited investors alike. These offerings are made through StartEngine Capital, LLC. Some of these offerings are open to the general public, however there are important differences and risks.

Any securities offered on this website have not been recommended or approved by any federal or state securities commission or regulatory authority. StartEngine and its affiliates do not provide any investment advice or recommendation and do not provide any legal or tax advice with respect to any securities. All securities listed on this site are being offered by, and all information included on this site is the responsibility of, the applicable issuer of such securities. StartEngine does not verify the adequacy, accuracy or completeness of any information. Neither StartEngine nor any of its officers, directors, agents and employees makes any warranty, express or implied, of any kind whatsoever related to the adequacy, accuracy, or completeness of any information on this site or the use of information on this site. See additional general disclosures here.

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Canadian Investors Investment opportunities posted and accessible through the site will not be offered to Canadian resident investors. Potential investors are strongly advised to consult their legal, tax and financial advisors before investing. The securities offered on this site are not offered in jurisdictions where public solicitation for offerings is not permitted; it is solely your responsibility to comply with the laws and regulations of your country of residence.

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StartEngine’s Reg A+ offering is made available through StartEngine Crowdfunding, Inc. This investment is speculative, illiquid, and involves a high degree of risk, including the possible loss of your entire investment. For more information about this offering, please view StartEngine’s offering circular and risk associated with this offering.