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Edward B Tucker: Degradable multilayer thermoplastic articles. First Brands Corporation, Gary L Wamer, April 28, 1992: US05108807 (84 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to multilayer degradable thermoplastic articles. In one embodiment the novel multilayer thermoplastic article comprises a first outer layer, a core layer and second outer layer, wherein the first outer layer and second outer layer are degradable by photo, thermal or chemical me ...


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Francis G Gallagher, Cathy J Hamilton, Steven M Hansen, Hyunkook Shin, Raymond F Tietz: Polyesters and their use in compostable products such as disposable diapers. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, December 15, 1992: US05171308 (74 worldwide citation)

The invention provides novel polyesters, fibers and films, nonwovens from the fibers and disposable products of the polyesters such as diapers. The products are degradable under the conditions typically existing in waste composting processes, have low ingredient costs and yet provide strength and to ...


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Raymond F Tietz: Novel copolyesters and their use in compostable products such as disposable diapers. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, March 17, 1992: US05097005 (69 worldwide citation)

The invention provides novel copolyesters, fibers and films, nonwovens from the fibers and disposable products of the copolyesters such as diapers. The products are degradable under the conditions typically existing in waste composting processes, have low ingredient costs and yet provide strength an ...


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Francis G Gallagher, Hyunkook Shin, Raymond F Tietz: Polyester blends and their use in compostable products such as disposable diapers. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, June 15, 1993: US05219646 (66 worldwide citation)

The invention provides novel blends of starch with polyesters, and shaped articles of such blends, including fibers, foams and films, nonwovens from the fibers and disposable products such as diapers. The products are degradable under the conditions typically existing in waste composting processes, ...


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Michael Bryan Brown: Composting apparatus. January 28, 1997: US05597732 (58 worldwide citation)

There is provided an apparatus for composting organic waste in a container with an uneven aeration floor positioned above the bottom of the container. Preferably, the aeration floor slopes down and in from its outer edges to encourage liquid formed during composting to collect under the perforated c ...


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Raymond F Tietz: Novel polyesters and their use in compostable products such as disposable diapers. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, October 1, 1991: US05053482 (55 worldwide citation)

The invention provides novel polyesters, fibers and films, nonwovens from the fibers and disposable products of the polyesters such as diapers from the nonwovens. The products are degradable under the conditions typically existing in waste composting processes, have low ingredient costs and yet prov ...


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Gerald J L Griffin: Degradable plastics. Epron, Laff Whitesel Conte & Saret, January 8, 1991: US04983651 (46 worldwide citation)

A degradable polymer composition is disclosed which comprises a blend of a normally stable chemically saturated polymer, such as polyethylene, a less stable chemically unsaturated polymer or copolymer, such as a styrene/butadiene block copolymer, or natural rubber, an antioxidant active over a limit ...


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Vivian J Rodrigues: Container for rubbish. Ralph F Holland & Hart Crandell, October 20, 1992: US05156290 (44 worldwide citation)

A container (11) for rubbish having an enclosed compartment (14) an inlet passageway formed within the walls (17) and (19) of the compartment (14), a closure (15) and an outlet passageway integrally formed within the inner and outer walls (41) and (43) of the closure (15). The inlet and outlet passa ...


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John E Houser: Solid waste treatment system. Aerotherm, Mueller & Smith, April 28, 1981: US04264352 (41 worldwide citation)

A method for composting solid waste material wherein, in initial treatment stages an optimum particle size is developed at a comminution station. Following an initial air classification arrangement, heavy inorganic materials are segregated to the extent that aluminum, glass and paper characterized p ...


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Francis G Gallagher, Cathy J Hamilton, Raymond F Tietz: Novel polyesters and their use in compostable products such as disposable diapers. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, March 17, 1992: US05097004 (41 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a novel polyesters, fibers and films, nonwovens from the fibers and disposable products of the polyesters such as diapers. The products are degradable under the conditions typically existing in waste composting processes, have low ingredient costs and yet provide strength and ...



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