A cardboard gun is not only a cardboard toy but a portable plastic waste recycling machine.
It can be placed in a plastic bag or placed in the recycling bin.
It recycles about 200 tons of plastic a year.
But cardboard gun races have been banned since the 1960s.
In 2015, Israel passed a law banning the use of the machine in cities.
The Israeli Civil Administration has since restricted its use in certain areas.
The cardboard gun in this photo is used in a cardboard boat.
Israel banned the use and distribution of the gun in Jerusalem’s Ben-Gurion International Airport on May 20, 2019.
This is the first time that a gun has been used to run a race in the Israeli capital, officials said.
In 2014, Israel outlawed the sale and possession of plastic bags for the purpose of using in recycling and landfill.
The ban is being applied to all bags and plastic containers used in the country’s waste disposal.
The plastic bag ban was in place for several years.
In the past two years, the Civil Administration’s directorate for waste disposal has said the ban is affecting the recycling of plastic products in the city.
The city has a total of 8,200 plastic bags and 1,600 plastic bottles and cans.
In the past three years, plastic bottles, cans, and containers have decreased in value, according to the city’s waste management department.
Plastic bags have also increased in value.
The Civil Administration said in its 2014 ban that the increase is because plastic is not considered an integral part of the waste stream.
Plastic products can be sold and used in other countries, but not in Israel.
Israel has made several attempts to change the law.
It passed a bill in 2018 that would have allowed recycling of bags and containers in Israel but did not pass a second bill, according in the past.
The country also passed a resolution in 2021 calling for the ban to be scrapped.
Since the ban, the number of cardboard boat races has decreased.
Last year, more than 500 people participated in a three-day cardboard boat racing event.
The organizers said the race was held in Israel’s largest city, Tel Aviv.
Last year, the cardboard gun was used to race the cardboard boat, in a race against an 8-foot (2.4-meter) wooden boat.
The cardboard boat is used for a cardboard race.
Israel prohibited the use in cities in 2018.
“I think the cardboard race is the most important thing we have,” said Yael Shoham, a 35-year-old entrepreneur.
Shohab, who owns the company Ido Plastic, said he wants to promote the recycling industry in Israel, which he says has one of the worst recycling rates in the world.
Israel has a long history of banning the sale of plastic items in the occupied territories.
In 1988, Israel’s government outlawed the use, sale and production of plastic objects in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, where the Palestinian territories have been ruled by Israel since 1967.
The state has said it will continue to apply the ban.