1. Study finds copper-based chemicals might be leading to ozone layer depletion  Devdiscourse
  2. Copper-based chemicals may be contributing to ozone depletion  Phys.org
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A new study has found that copper released into the environment from brake pads, antifouling paints, and other sources may be contributing significantly to stratospheric ozone depletion.A new study has found that copper released into the environment from brake pads, antifouling paints, and other sources may be contributing significantly to stratospheric ozone depletion.

Study finds copper-based chemicals might be leading to ozone layer depletion | Science-Environment

Copper released into the environment from fungicides, brake pads, antifouling paints on boats and other sources may be contributing significantly to stratospheric ozone depletion, according to a new study ...

Copper-based chemicals may be contributing to ozone depletion