Glass is the most commonly used kitchenware in Israel.
The Israel Glass Institute (ILSI) reports that in 2017, the average Israeli used an average of six glasses per person.
The institute says that in 2016, the Israeli average glass consumption was 4.8 glasses per day.
But that number has been rising.
According to the institute, in 2017 the Israeli population consumed an average glass of wine and beer per person every day.
Israel is one of the top glass-using countries in the world.
Israel consumes an average 1.7 glass of water per person, and according to the Israeli Ministry of Health, the consumption of water in Israel has increased by 5.8 percent from 2016.
But the glass consumption in Israel is not evenly distributed, and the institute says this disparity can lead to health concerns.
According the institute: Israel has a high rate of obesity and diabetes, and it is projected that by 2050 the Israeli economy will shrink by 5 percent, according to a report by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
According a report from the Israel Glass Research Center, a non-profit group, the glass industry in Israel lost 6.2 million jobs between 2000 and 2016.
And in the last year alone, there were over 500 cases of respiratory illness caused by a glass of tap water, the report said.
The Israeli Institute of Health said that between 2016 and 2020, the rate of respiratory disease and cases of the coronavirus jumped, according, to the ministry, due to the use of glassware.
But in order to fight these illnesses, the institute said it is focusing on the glass.
According on the Glass Institute website: Glass, when broken, is the second-most common source of contamination in kitchens.
It can cause bacterial contamination and even lead to the formation of biofilm, a substance that forms on surfaces, and is also found in the environment.
A glass can also be an attractive target for terrorists and criminals.
It’s not just the glass that causes problems in our homes and workplaces.
In order to combat these problems, Israel has begun building an automated glass screening system that detects and detects for potential contamination.
In the last four years, there has been an increase in the number of cases of contamination with glassware from 20 to 40 percent, the Glass institute said.
In 2015, the government estimated that there were 6,500 glassware-related cases in Israel, and in 2016 that number reached 8,500, the organization reported.
According for the Glass organization, the number one threat to health is the use and consumption of glass, including its use in the kitchen, because of the wide variety of ingredients and the long time it takes for the glass to break.
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Technologies in Israel said that the institute will continue to monitor the health effects of the glassware industry in order not to repeat this situation.
The glass industry is currently undergoing a transition from a one-to-one manufacturing system to one- to three-step manufacturing.
During this transition, the company will invest in more efficient and better technologies for the production of glass products.
The ministry said that these changes should reduce the number and severity of contamination, including health hazards, and promote the development of sustainable production processes.
According To The Jerusalem Report: Israeli authorities are currently evaluating whether to install automated glass screens for use by workers.
Israel’s glass industry was among the fastest growing in the country during the last decade, growing by over 3.5 percent annually.
The number of workers employed in the industry grew from 17,000 in 2015 to nearly 38,000 employees in 2017.
According ABI Israel, the industry employs more than 1,500 people and generates over 10,000 jobs in Israel and abroad.
The report said that although the glass and glassware industries have historically been heavily regulated in Israel due to their importance in the Israeli diet, the country is now moving to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly model.
The new industry is being overseen by the Israeli Glass Industry Association (IGIA), which is a nonprofit organization formed in 2008 to ensure the continued growth of the industry.
The IGIA is a part of the Israeli government’s Glass Industry Development Agency.
According IGIA Israel’s mission is to protect, preserve, and develop the Israeli glass industry, promote the sustainability of the production process, and help to achieve the goals of the Green Glass Initiative.
According The Jerusalem report, IGIA says the industry has a good track record of compliance, and its new regulations, which were published in December, will be effective immediately.