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Bear River Zeolite

Bear River Zeolite (BRZ™) is almost pure clinoptilolite zeolite that originates from volcanic ash that settled in a fresh water lake and solidified into rock over thousands of years. Clinoptilolite zeolite is one of over 50 minerals in the zeolite group, which are basically hydrated calcium potassium sodium aluminosilicates, commonly referred to as molecular sieves.

BRZ™ clinoptilolite zeolite is regarded as one of the best zeolites due to its high cation exchange capacity (CEC), low sodium content, high potassium content, superior hardness, and uniformity.

*Cation-exchange capacity is a measure of the number of cations per unit weight available for exchange, usually expressed as milliequivalents per 100 grams of material.

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Field Validated

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Bear River Zeolite

was the chosen zeolite for the remediation of

radioactive ground water

University at Buffalo's department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering tested zeolite from two sources for possible use -Column studies were conducted for more than a year at UB using simulated (nonradioactive) groundwater and at WVDP using actual (radioactive) groundwater -Using data collected conducted modeling to assist in estimating PTW longevity



PO Box 643 Thompson Falls, Montana 59873

Phone: 406-827-3523 | Fax: 406-827-3543


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