The National Concrete Burial Vault Association (NCBVA) provides a unified voice for the concrete burial vault industry, regardless of product affiliation, brand recognition or location.
NCBVA is a non-profit organization that serves single and multi-site burial vault manufacturing plants, burial vault affiliates, and industry vendors throughout the United States and Canada. As an association, the NCBVA represents groups that provide in 90 percent of all outer burial receptacles interred within the boundaries of its membership.The NCBVA recognizes its leadership role in the area of funeral service to continually research and develop, then specify and promote minimum performance standards for the burial vault industry.
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