Tucson, Arizona 2022-05-13 15:50:00 –
The Pima County Environmental Quality Agency issued a recommendation on air pollution for ground-level ozone on Friday.
According to a news release, PDEQ also expects air pollution from ground-level ozone to be higher on Saturday. People who are particularly sensitive to air pollution can experience shortness of breath, coughing, throat irritation, wheezing, and breathing discomfort.
For those who are particularly sensitive to ozone, PDEQ advises limiting outside exercise levels between noon and 6 pm when ozone contamination levels are likely to rise. Intense outdoor activity causes faster and deeper breathing, allowing ozone to penetrate the vulnerable areas of the lungs.
Children, adults working outdoors, people with respiratory illness, and certain individuals with unusual susceptibility to this particular contaminant are most likely to be sensitive to ozone.
Automobile exhaust, industrial and power plant emissions, gasoline vapors, chemical solvents, and natural sources that emit nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic compounds that form ozone in the presence of strong sunlight and heat are on the ground. All types of emissions that contribute to the production of. Level of ozone.
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