Ozone emissions are unstable and should only be manufactured at the time you need it, or it will be useless. It is so unstable to the point that half an hour after manufacturing it, 50% of it will be gone already. So, where does the Ozone (O3) really go? The answer is simple, nowhere. It
Ozone was first used in water treatment in the late 1800s and ozone is more widely used in Europe and Asia than the United States. Ozone is an unstable gas comprising of three oxygen atoms, the gas will readily degrade back to oxygen, and during this transition a free oxygen atom, or free radical form.