Yes.  We have carefully chosen to work with suppliers who follow a process known as ongoing reclamation to obtain the sodium bentonite clay.

As the clay is obtained, topsoil and subsoil are replaced to create a healthy layer bed that enables reclamation and seeding. With the help of environmental specialists, they ensure that native pasture grasses are planted to help vegetation and ground cover for small animals, birds, and insects, as well as to become productive for farming or ranching. Layers of new soil are specially contoured to blend in with the natural topography of the area. Often, this process actually improves the surface area for wildlife for better feeding, grazing or nesting opportunities. Additionally, the molecule in our Smell Squasher technology breaks down in the presence of ozone from the atmosphere and will not contaminate the earth in any way.