The lack of clean public facilities in the country attests to the apathy most people feel regarding the issue of toilet cleanliness, according to a concerned group.
“Most Indonesians still look down on toilets although they use them at least five times a day,” said Naning Adisowo, chairwoman of the Indonesian Toilet Association.
“Sorry to say, most toilets in state buildings are badly designed, forcing the user to spray a lot of water,” she said.
She estimated that on average, an Indonesian uses 21 liters of water in the toilet per day.
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