Yes, it is possible to repair the ozone but this will take time. According to a 2005 report by the Institute of Physics, there has been some progress in preventing further loss of protective “good ozone.” But “bad ozone” levels (near the ground) are rising. it may take decades to repair damage already done.
For many decades, ozone was depleted by chlorine and bromine gas in the air, produced by man-made chlorofluorocarbons. Efforts to fix this depletion and encourage ozone re-building center on curbing those chemicals. This will be a long term endeavor, according to scientists at NASA, NOAA and the National Center for Atmospheric Research, who predict the recovery won’t occur until 2068. This estimation is based on data from satellites and airplanes.
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