Thus. the company are appealing for suggestions for a final resting place for this fragment of the man considered to be the first apostolic father of the church, the third successor to St Peter and the fourth Pope, who was Pope from 92 to 101 AD. It is said he died in 110 AD at the age of 75, making the bone nearly 2,000 years old.
EnviroWaste.co.uk, who've so far planted 4,300 trees in conjunction with the Woodland Trust, has created a contact page for members of the public to nominate an appropriate place of their choice: https://www.envirowaste.co.uk/blog/articles/bone-st-clement-found-central-london/
I've got to say that over the years I've heard of some strange items associated with the waste management industry, but this probably takes the crown.
Other disposals that spring to mind are the tale told to me years ago by a PR man for another waste company who had been fending off local 'Residents Against...' campaigns concerning the firm's latest landfill site; and as part of the 'getting to know us and see we're not bad people process', the company had set up a fact finding walk for local councillors and residents. It all seemed to be going brilliantly, the sun was shining and with the skylarks singing all around, the firm's efforts with encouraging biodiverse habitats on the landfill could be both seen and heard. It was so lovely a day, but maybe too warm because just as the satisfied throng of becalmed locals were about to be shown an orchid meadow, runt piglets started rising up from the ground from an area they had been disposed and probably covered too shallowly! The blazing sun had warmed their internal gases and they had risen like bread.