Who was the cleanest civilization?

Who was the cleanest civilization?

So there you have it—modern-day Japan, Netherlands, western Germany, Switzerland and Scandinavia are the cleanest civilizations in the history of humans.

Which cultures are the cleanest?

Iceland is the cleanest country in the world. This may be hard to believe right now, what with the clouds of volcanic ash grounding flights across northern Europe, but according to researchers at Yale and Columbia universities, the Nordic island ranks first out of 163 countries on their Environmental Performance Index.

Which culture has the best hygiene?

Top 10 Most Clean and Hygienic Countries in the World

  • Colombia. EPI Score – 76.8. Colombia is the 10th cleanest country in the world.
  • Cuba. EPI score- 78.1.
  • France. EPI Score -78.2.
  • Mauritius. EPI Score- 80.6.
  • Norway. EPI Score -81.1.
  • Sweden. EPI Score- 86.
  • Costa Rica. EPI Score- 86.4.
  • Austria. EPI Score – 89.4.

Who is the most hygienic person in the world?

Most Clean and Hygienic Countries Index:

Country EPI Ranking Environmental Health
Switzerland 1 93.57
France 2 95.71
Denmark 3 98.20
Malta 4 93.80

What country is the most hygienic people?


Which people are most hygienic?

So here is a list of top 10 most hygienic and cleanest countries in the world.

  • # Switzerland. Switzerland is ranked one of the cleanest and environment-friendly countries.
  • # Luxembourg.
  • # Australia.
  • # Singapore.
  • # The Czech Republic.
  • # Germany.
  • # Spain.
  • # Austria.

Which country Showers least?

Great Britain has the lowest rate of showering per week, at 83 percent. However, the English do love their baths: they have the most baths out of every country, with 32 percent of people bathing each week. Germany comes at a far second, at just 20 percent.

What race showers the most?

Among the 16 regions surveyed, Americans attested to showering more frequently than the Chinese, Brits, and Japanese, where respondents said they take about five showers per week, but not nearly as often as people in Brazil and Colombia, where people seemingly sometimes take more than one shower per day.