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Thread: Zeolite and removing ammonia

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    Upland, CA

    Zeolite and removing ammonia

    Has anyone experimented with using zeolite to remove ammonia in swimming pools? It's used in aquariums and fish ponds all the time for that purpose. It's cheap (it's the regular non-scoopable kitty litter). A skimmer basket full (in a nylon stocking or something) could remove a lot of ammonia.
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    Re: Zeolite and removing ammonia

    A quick search of the forum found this detailed discussion:
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