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Lowe Peter: Refuse container. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, July 2, 2003: GB2383562-A (2 worldwide citation)

A wheeled domestic waste container comprises an upright skeletal frame (11) having wheels (16), a narrow foot (13) and a handle (14); wherein the frame includes protrusions for individually supporting one or more waste receptacles (20, 21, 22) above the foot. The frame may include a serpentine porti ...


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Lowe Peter: Gravity actuated latch for waste container lid which releases on tilting of the container. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, October 31, 2001: GB2361742-A (2 worldwide citation)

The latch comprises an elongate member (14) pivotable in the hinged lid (11) about a generally horizontal axis. The elongate member has an engagement portion (17) at one end and a biasing mass (19) at the other end which also comprises an operating handle. The latch releases automatically when the c ...


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Henderson James Matthew: Data acquisition systems. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, May 1, 2002: GB2368438-A (2 worldwide citation)

A data acquisition system suitable for refuse vehicles includes a hand held scanner (17) incorporating a memory and an antenna for acquiring unique identity data. The scanner (17) may be mounted on a vehicle for direct acquisition of identity data, or may be used in a hand held manner. In an alterna ...


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Norgrove Richard: Distribution system. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, January 19, 2005: GB2404064-A (2 worldwide citation)

A system of delivering recycling containers to households uses an address list of households in geographically successive locations. Each container has a unique identity, provided by e.g. a bar code or electronic chip, which is electronically assigned to the respective address at the time of deliver ...


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Lowe Peter: Refuse container identification. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, September 5, 2001: GB2359729-A (1 worldwide citation)

A refuse container 10, figure 1, includes a comb bar 18 having spaced gusset plates 22. A transponder assembly 30 is attached to one of the gusset plates 22 and shielded by the comb bar 18. The comb bar 18 protects the transponder assembly 30 from damage due to rough handling of the container 10, an ...


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Lowe Peter: Waste container. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, December 6, 2006: GB2426692-A (1 worldwide citation)

A waste container 40 for domestic or industrial refuse is generally triangular in plan so as to fit into a corner of a building, or be grouped with others around a corner or around a fixing post. The lid 52 comprises a fixed rear portion and a hinged front portion, and is generally domed in shape. T ...


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Cole Natalie: Suspended seating. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, May 15, 2002: GB2368783-A

Seating for use in public places, eg stations, includes a horizontal rail 10, mounted in the vicinity of a wall, and supporting seats 22 which can pivot and slide on the rail. The seats are cone shaped, the base of the cone 24 forming the seat and the body portion 26 forming a stabiliser which hangs ...


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Lowe Peter: A hinged container lid with a sealing lip. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, March 27, 2002: GB2366991-A

A rectangular container lid for an open mouthed container has a substantially continuous depending lip around thee sides of the periphery thereof, and a recess (21) in the lip. The fourth side of the lid comprises the hinged edge. The recess (21) improves sealing of the lid to a container and provid ...


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Taylor Adair Egbert Avon Lloyd, Henderson James Matthew: Weighing device for a refuse vehicle. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, December 6, 2000: GB2350688-A

A weighing device comprises an arm (12) for lifting a load, and a sensor (16) in the arm on the neutral bending axis thereof. The sensor (16) is adapted to measure strain in the arm (12) and thus the load carried by the arm. The invention is particularly applicable to container lifting devices of re ...


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Lowe Peter: Waste container with tubes for engagement by lifting fork. Egbert H Taylor &Amp, Company, March 7, 2007: GB2429632-A

A waste container is rectangular in section and has a base and an upwardly opening mouth 15. Mid-height fork tubes 18 are provided to allow upending by rotation. Additional fork tubes 16 may be provided at the base and orthogonal to the mid-height tubes. The mid-height tubes 18 extend from one side ...



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