windrow turning compost
What do the experts tell us about how composting works? What can and can not be composted? Composting is a very powerful and complex natural process. Under ideal conditions organic matter is broken down through the help of microorganisms,…

Stormwater Pollution

Stormwater management is a very recent term based on regulations passed in the 1990's. American businesses such as scrap metal yards, gas stations & even car washes must comply with runoff water regulations, and must find innovative and…

Another School Board Approves Clinoptilolite Zeolite

In another victory for clinoptilolite zeolite, the school board has approved artificial turf installations for Einstein High & Julius West Middle schools. The fields of both of these schools were in disrepair, years of use had left them…

Natural Zeolite to Reduce Nitrate Leaching in Dairy

It has been known for many years that adding natural zeolite to the diet of a cow will improve its health, reduce toxins and optimize nutrient intake. But new research has shown that the benefits may not end there. Researchers in New Zealand…

Increasing Blooms From Nutrient Runoff Threaten Ecosystems Dangerous levels of nitrogen and phosphorus are compounding in Lake Erie causing runaway algae blooms that are threatening wildlife. For the second time this lake has dying. An over abundance of phosphorous and…
KMI Zeolite 1x1-4 Mesh

Filtering Out Carcinogens From Flavoring

According to the recent American Chemical Society national meeting clinoptilolite zeolite has been used successfully to filter out carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in smoke by as much as 93% while maintaining the flavors. The…

Sorption in Everyday Life

This short video demonstrates the difference between adsorption and absorption, and how ‘sorption operates in everyday life, including hard water build-up on plumbing, and fertilizer in soil.

The Cation Exchange Process

This animated video showcases the cation exchange process very nicely.

U.S. Rivers Are Getting Saltier

Scientists say 66% of U.S. streams and rivers have become more alkaline over the past 50 years.