Californians can now breath a little easier, according to a report released at the end of 2015 stating that smog is continuing to clear up.

During 2015’s peak summer season, California had 82 high smog days – twelve percent fewer than the previous year with its tally of 92.

GNN app banner ad 300x250According to the Air Quality Management District, one of the main toxic contributors of smog is ozone. A high smog day by federal standards is when the air consists of 75 parts of ozone per billion.

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The AQMD attributed the dramatic decrease to pollution-cutting programs, and more eco-friendly cars .

(READ more at KPCC) Photo by ChrisGoldNYC, CC

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