The International Natural Zeolite Sodality (INZA) was formally dealt with in 2005 from the past International Committee on Natural Zeolites (ICNZ). The ICNZ was brought about as an uncommonly designated relationship at Zeolite '76, the International Conference on the Occurrence, Properties, and Utilization of Natural Zeolites, held in Tucson, Arizona, June 6-14, 1976. Its verbalized demonstrate was and still is to progress and energize the creating eagerness for trademark zeolite materials all through the exploratory and particular gathering. In its twenty-eight-year history, ICNZ suited as a state of meeting of ecumenical excitement for basic zeolites and has been instrumental in the relationship of social affairs, field trips, symposia, and exceptional sessions at national and worldwide get-togethers on the subject of typical zeolites. INZA stockpiles no duty; its treasury radiates from generation bargains, private endowments, and backings staying from social occasion works out. Support in INZA is keen on any individual enraptured with any piece of trademark zeolites.
In 1977, the ICNZ accepted key parts in the change of a short course for the Mineralogical Society of America entitled "Mineralogy and Geology of Natural Zeolites", and in 1979, a symposium on standard zeolites was held through the tries of its people at the yearly meeting of The Clay Minerals Society (CMS) in Bloomington, Indiana. A homogeneous symposium was held at the yearly CMS meeting in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1986. Its people were withal instrumental in the engenderment of an outstanding issue of Clays and Clay Minerals focused on normal zeolites in 1981. ICNZ cooperated with the International Zeolite Sodality in supporting the fifth International Zeolite Conference in 1980 in Naples, Italy, and added to the relationship of the 6th International Zeolite Conference held in Reno, Nevada, in 1983. Going before the Reno Conference, Zeo-Trip '83 was driven by ICNZ, and a Field Guide was dispersed on vital zeolite stores in Idaho, Oregon, and Nevada.