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COLUMBIA – The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is now issuing daily forecasts for ground-level ozone.
“During the warmer months, ozone is our state’s most widespread air quality concern,” said Myra C. Reece, chief of DHEC’s Bureau of Air Quality.
High ozone concentrations occur when the air is stagnant with sources such as cars, trucks and lawn equipment, contributing to more than half of the ozone levels.
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