CFCs have been replaced with HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) as a propellant for aerosol, so no not really. HCFCs still possess chlorine, but the presence of hydrogen makes them reactive with elements in the troposphere – meaning that they don’t have nearly as negative an impact on ozone. Recent satellite data has also shown that the ozone layer may finally be starting to recover.
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