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Vivian J Rodrigues: Container for rubbish. Ralph F Holland & Hart Crandell, October 20, 1992: US05156290 (47 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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Chapman Robert Allan: Improvements in or relating to removal of rubbish. Chapman Robert Allan, January 10, 1990: GB2220345-A

A device for collection of rubbish comprises a frame member, detachably connected to the neck region of a container for rubbish, such as a sack or plastic bag. The frame member is e.g. rectangular and holds the sack or bag open. A strip member is provided on the normally lower portion of the frame m ...


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Jouvel Michel, Bonnet Jacques: Recovery container for rubbish, has suction unit and separation unit. Seb, May 17, 2002: FR2816494-A1

The container, in aeraulic connection with the separation device by an opening (49) located in one of its connection walls (48) which is disposed in the body of the apparatus, The internal volume (54) for stocking the rubbish of this container is devoid of any piece or conduit or rubbish separation ...


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Transport container for rubbish and the like. Hilding Linde, October 27, 1932: GB382607-A

382,607. Scavengers' carts &c. LINDE, H., 32, S dra Vagen, Kalmar, Sweden. Aug. 26, 1932, No. 23918. Convention date, Aug. 26, 1931. [Class 108 (i).] A scavengers' vehicle adapted for other purposes such as conveying other materials or mixing concrete comprises a rotatable container 2 divided intc t ...


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Rodrigues Vivian John: Container for rubbish. Bon Bon Plastic Products, Rodrigues Vivian John, HARWOOD Errol John, May 17, 1990: WO/1990/005098

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 pass ...



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