50 Years of Progress toward Clean Air

AIRCARE 101: Cleaning up the air for the New millennium
October 26, 2007

50 Years of Progress toward Clean Air

In 1943, Los Angeles was attacked by SMOG. The public demanded action to identify the sources of air pollution. In the early 1950’s California institute of Technology and Researchers discovered OZONE. When OZONE is in the sunlight it produces a highly invisible gas. OZONE is found to stop plant growth, eat away at rubber, cement and human lung tissue.