From a user's perspective, the main difference between a library database and a website isaccess.
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Websites (or certain sections of websites ) are accessible at any time to anyone and may be found through a web search. Some websites host open access databases which are available for free. Many kinds of websites are very important in business research, for example, government websites (SEC.gov, census.gov, etc.), company's investor pages, open access resources, news, some commercial sites, and many more.
Search for "green burial," "green burials," biodegradable burial pod.
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Biodegradable Burial Pods
Keywords: Green or natural burial(s), biodegradable burial pod