A study finds that Israelis are less likely to wash paper towels
Israel is now the only country in the world that does not wash paper towel supplies before they go into the garbage.
The survey conducted by the Israel Paper Towel Association shows that while 92 percent of Israelis surveyed in October 2017 said they would wash paper cloth before it went into the landfill, just 25 percent of those surveyed in September 2017 said the same.
A similar finding was reported in 2014.
In recent years, the country has adopted a “wet” paper towel policy that requires all paper towel products to be washed before they are put into the recycling bins.
But the new study shows that that has only limited impact on the number of people who use paper towels in Israel.
The results also suggest that there is a lack of interest in using paper towels for personal care items such as toothbrushes, which are used by more than 30 million Israelis.
The poll results, which have been published in a paper published by the journal, found that while 70 percent of respondents would consider using paper towel to brush their teeth if it were available in the country, only 15 percent would consider washing the towels themselves.
In addition, while 70% would use a paper towel brush, only 12 percent would use it for a face mask.