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PM2.5

Fine particulate matter are tiny airborne particles, about 1/20th the width of a human hair. Most of the fine particulate matter in Red Deer is caused by chemical reactions of other pollutants such as nitrogen dioxide and volatile organic compounds emitted from vehicles. The results of the chemical reactions are tiny toxic particles. Wild fires can also be a source of fine particulate matter.

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Ozone Management Plan

Ozone (O3) is a colourless gas. In the earth's atmosphere, ozone plays an important role in shielding the earth from harmful rays from the sun. However, at ground level it is primarily a human produced pollutant which contributes to the creation of smog.

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