The cemetery of Terrassa has approximately 30,000 graves and five proposals to store ashes. It also has a temple with capacity for 250 people, 2 digital information terminals to locate graves and a service point, where visitors can do paperwork or buy flowers and accessories.
From an artistic point of view, the Terrassa cemetery stands out for the mosaics, and because it houses interesting sculptures. The two-storey niches, which are a unique and characteristic architectural solution of Terrassa are also remarkable. To enhance the knowledge of its cultural heritage, the Cemetery offers, in coordination with Terrassa Museum, the possibility of taking guided tours. Funerària also organizes art exhibitions and other cultural events to open cemetery facilities to uses that are different from the funeral activity.
Funerària de Terrassa has service contacts with labor insertion companies. On the other hand, the company sponsors since 2003 a film festival whose first aim is to help normalize the issue of death among society. Since 2014, the tickets include a donation, which is entirely dedicated to social issues. Funerària offers a service of complementary fomalities service that facilitates the procedures after a relative’s death. It also provides families with a free grief attention service.
Environment and accessibility
Funerària de Terrassa is committed to the environment, and most of the vehicles used in the funeral complex are electric. The cemetery has an installation for the production of energy by means of photovoltaic panels. It also has selective waste collection points, energy efficiency systems and a charging point for electric vehicles. Funerària also continues to add actions to make the funerary complex a more accessible place for everyone. Initiatives like the implementation of a magnetic loop system for hearing aids users, adapted toilets, improved access, and barrier removal are some examples of it.