Carbon tetra chloride – dangerous chemicals that deplete the ozone layer, – continues to flow into the atmosphere from an unknown source, said NASA. Under the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, this carbon tetra chloride, which is widely used in fire extinguishers and for CFCs, fell under the ban.
NASA said that in 2007-2012, the new emissions of carbon tetra chloride were recorded. However, according to the latest research department in 2013 released into the atmosphere 39 kilotons of matter that accounts for roughly 30 percent of the peak level of emissions in the past. Read the rest of this entry »