A new report on a scandal-hit crematorium reveals new practices appear to have “restored public confidence” in the facility.
Robert Swanson QPM, inspector of crematoria for Scotland, visited the Hazlehead site in January to monitor progress made since the baby ashes debacle was uncovered.
The city crematorium was heavily criticised after it emerged in a 2015 report that baby and adult ashes were routinely mixed together.
Grieving parents were often told babies produced no ash to hand back to families.
Council bosses have insisted practices have been “transformed” in the wake of the national scandal.
Mr Swanson wrote: “The inspection found there to be no shortcomings in any aspect of the cremation process. “They have overcome hurdles set by their predecessors and appear to have restored public confidence with regards to current working practice. The inspection found working practices and standards at Aberdeen Crematorium to be of a very high standard, with no areas of weakness or concern identified.”