Consumption of Ozone Depletion Substances by Group

The data is taken from (Data center - website of Ozone Secretariat - UNEP) with the approval of ministry of climate change and environment. The data includes the quantity of the Ozone depleted substance consumed in the country by type from 1986 until 2018 in ton depletion potential and percentage of the consumption from the baseline.

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Last Updated July 28, 2020, 20:40 (GST)
Created August 20, 2017, 07:59 (GST)
Calculation methodology quantity of the Ozone depleted substance consumed in the country
End Year 2017
Last update 2017
Source Data Center - Ozone Secretariat / UNDP website Calculated according to data from Ministry of Climate Change and Environment
Start year 1986
Statistical concepts and definitions Ozone-depleting substances: All ozone-depleting substances above zero are, in principle, ozone-depleting substances. In general, they are chemicals containing chlorine and / or bromine, and are considered the most important ODS: they are controlled substances under the Montreal Protocol. A smaller number of ozone-depleting substances had not yet been subject to the Montreal Protocol because they had not been produced or consumed in large quantities, and in most cases the term ozone-depleting substances referred to controlled substances under the Montreal Protocol. Consumption: “Consumption” means production plus imports minus exports of controlled substances (Montreal Protocol, Article 1). Baseline limit: The amount of ozone-depleting substances that have been agreed according to the Montreal Protocol that countries will not exceed consumption or production by group and by country within a specific time period. Ozone depleting capacity: Each controlled substance has a value indicating its effect on the stratospheric ozone layer per unit unit of gas compared to the same power from CFC 11.
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