It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
from: Mike Lacy MLacy@vantageproducts.com
to: theresa musselwhite date:
Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 9:17 AM
subject: Re: fema coffins in georgia
There is not a patent on any of the Vantage Burial Vault products.
We do have a patent on our lawn crypt product (see our web page).
If you would like to visit us and see the plant during the production of
the molded parts please try to visit us on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.
Those are the days that we run production on the molding machines.
Thursday and Fridays we only paint and ship product. If you would like
to bring a camera that would be fine but I would prefer that you do not take
video. We would not like to have our competition in the plastic molding
market to have that much information about how we run. I am sure you
the word to consider here is "biological" - the patent on these containers shows they are air-tight and for cremation - on the thread "fema coffins in georgia" covers this and in the opening statement from the OP it was the understanding they were ordered by fema after 9/11 in case of a biological attack -
Originally posted by Wiz4769
Guys, there is a reason through history that people are just ALL put in giant holes and covered and/or burned. Just think a plot the size of a football field as a giant hole could fit thousands on thousands and take no time at all, where as the same size using these so called coffins you will be lucky to get a hundred....even if you put 2-3 per "coffin" its way to much space and not worth the time. So these are definitely for something else. Time to move on
Originally posted by TDawgRex
reply to post by ZeroUnlmtd
There really isn't a whole lot there. Just one stack of them would'nt fulfill the needs to bury the people who die in your average city daily.
Clevelands Plain Dealer obits page is two to three pages on a daily basis. Ohio requires these coffin liners by law.
Besides, why bury, when you can burn?