Ozone in the atmosphere protects against the sun's radiation, but when it is formed too close to the ground – due to, among other things, hydrocarbon and nitrogen oxide emissions – it is harmful to humans and the environment.
Ground-level ozone irritates our mucous membranes and lungs, prevents photosynthesis and damages the water balance of plants.
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