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The world is faced with increasing demands for high-quality drinking water and for treatment of municipal, agricultural, and industrial wastewaters.

The chemical structure and characteristics of Zeolite makes it a low cost, environmentally safe means of treating municipal water supplies, sewage effluent, biological wetlands, industrial and mining waste-water discharge and swimming pool and spa water

Its high cation exchange capacity (CEC) and surface charge density also makes Zeolite a good option for agricultural operations that need improved wastewater filtration and better control of waste runoff.

Natural zeolite is one of the best natural materials available for water filtration. Its high porosity and specific surface area combined with its natural cation exchange capacity make it far superior to sand and other minerals used for water filtration. Natural zeolite removes particulate contamination down to 10΅m and below, it adsorbs dissolved cations such as Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, and heavy metals such as Pb and As, and it can remove odours and some organic contaminants from drinking and waste-waters.

Minimizing Runoff
Another issue faced by farmers and other soil and turf management professionals is the problem of runoff – too many nutrients, pesticides, and herbicides washed out of soils can be detrimental to neighboring streams, lakes and oceans.
By retaining and holding nutrients, Zeolite minimizes fertilizer runoff and reduces the introduction of some excess pesticides and herbicides to natural water systems.

Removing Ammonia
The most common cation in waters potentially affecting human and animal health is ammonia which can be removed by exchange with biologically acceptable cations such as K+, Mg2+, Ca2+ and Na+ residing on the exchange sites of Ina Zeolite.
Because Zeolite has a high selectivity for ammonia in solution (converted to ammonium when it reacts with water), it may, depending on flow rates and zeolite volumes and loading, reduce the ammonia content of wastewater by 95%, thereby reducing the release of excess levels of ammonium and inhibiting the growth of algae and the depletion of oxygen.

Inexpensive & Easy Wastewater Treatment
Zeolite is used as a method of improving waste water treatment operations, effluent discharge quality and in producing a higher value sludge product for agricultural applications. Zeolite may bring properties of improved settling, water clarification, ammonia and base metal adsorption, odor control and other attributes.
Zeolite is an inexpensive, environmentally friendly solution that can improves the effectiveness of wastewater treatment. Adding Zeolite to municipal or industrial wastewater treatment plants may benefit following;

• provide higher effluent quality by reducing nutrients in the effluent
• reduce odors and gases and improve air quality
• attract dispersed particulates and filaments to increase sediment removal
• reduce chemical costs (i.e. alum & polymers)
• improve sludge dewatering
• generate and increase treatment plant capacity
• reduce or eliminate capital expenditure of new treatment systems
• provide a higher quality sludge for better resale value
• lower the ammonia content of waste streams to acceptable levels

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