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Q. What are ozone depleting substances (ODSs)?

A. Substances that cause deterioration of the Earth’s protective ozone layer, which is located in the stratosphere and shields the earth from ultra-violet radiation. ODSs are defined in the Montreal protocol on substances that deplete the Ozone layer 1987, which was designed to reduce the production and consumption of ODSs.

 

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