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Theodore G Brown: Retainer and closure for a garbage can liner bag. John N Randolph, February 26, 1980: US04189808 (92 worldwide citation)

A button-like body formed of a thin elastic material is provided with a plurality of slots which intersect with one another adjacent the center of the body to define a plurality of triangular resilient prongs having adjacently disposed pointed inner ends located in close proximity to one another. Th ...


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Yih Chen Yang: Garbage can with a packaged and folded plastic bags supplier. Chiang Keh Yeu, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, September 14, 1982: US04349123 (89 worldwide citation)

A garbage can with a packaged and folded plastic bags supplier, characterized in using a series of plastic bags which are packaged and folded in a box as a supplier for continuously supplying available plastic bags, relates to the structure of a garbage can and the special manner of sealing and fold ...


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Rudolf Pfiefer, Gerhard Muller, Ernst Friedrich Weller: Opening device for a garbage can having two hinged lid segments. Hailo Werk Rudolf Loh & Co KG, Hoffman Wasson & Gitler P C, September 30, 2003: US06626317 (64 worldwide citation)

A garbage can has a first lid segment hingedly attached to a first wall and a second lid segment hingedly attached to a second side wall. An actuator raises the lid segment from a closed position to an opened position. The actuator includes vertical rods attached to a foot pedal. Depression of the f ...


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Chi En Ting: Garbage can with garbage bags automatically deposited without manual handling. June 21, 1994: US05322179 (62 worldwide citation)

A garbage can having an outer can, an inner can to be contained and hung in the outer can normally closed by two half caps being opened by a lever with a pedal stepped down to open the two half caps outward with a adhesive bar thereof closing and opening an open upper end of a garbage bag adhered to ...


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Gustav D Edelhoff, Fred I Smith: Motor-driven garbage truck comprising a detachable container. Edelhoff Polytechnik & Co, Morgan & Finnegan, December 29, 1987: US04715767 (57 worldwide citation)

A motor-driven garbage truck provided with a detachable garbage container equipped with releasable coupling elements, and also having permanently mounted thereon which includes a pouring chute in the forward portion, lifting and tipping apparatus for picking up a garbage can and discharging the cont ...


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Chen Hung Kuo: Garbage can with a pair of top shutters openable with a pedal. Sincere & Well Being Industrial, Rosenberg Klein & Lee, January 4, 2005: US06837393 (56 worldwide citation)

A garbage can has two shutters, which can be made to pivot between a closed position by means of a tension spring and an opened position by means of depressing a pedal; the pedal is connected to a connecting rod up and down movable together with an actuating plate for the shutters; the connecting ro ...


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Tin Chou Wang: Garbage can with a push-open cap connected with a pedal interactive device. Hwan Yih Enterprise, Rosenberg Klein & Lee, May 21, 2002: US06390321 (54 worldwide citation)

A garbage cam with a push-open cap connected to a pedal interactive device includes a can body, a push-open cap pivotally connected to an inner side of an opening of a can cap, a torque spring to automatically push the push-open cap to move back to close the opening, and a pedal interactive device t ...


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Deirdre L Mecke: Compartmented receptacle for use in recycling and waste disposal. LaMorte & Associates, April 11, 2000: US06047843 (50 worldwide citation)

A receptacle assembly where garbage can be sorted for purposes of recycling. The receptacle assembly includes a main housing that is symmetrically disposed around a central vertical axis. A plurality of internal walls are disposed within the main housing that radially extend from the central axis. T ...


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Pensak Philip: Inflatable container. Colgate Palmolive Company, July 3, 1973: US3742994 (48 worldwide citation)

An inflatable double walled container having inner and outer walls of plastic film and provided with an imperforate bottom wall. The container may be inflated to form a rigid self-supporting waste basket or garbage can and when filled may be deflated and have the open end sealed and thereafter dispo ...


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Jih Tung Huang: Garbage collecting device. Browdy and Neimark, January 3, 1995: US05377706 (47 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is the structure of a garbage collecting device. The present invention utilizes a tower shell body to store the garbage. Garbage can be placed on an elevator from a garbage inlet and then dumped into the tower shell body and stored therein. A rubbish container can stop beside said shell bo ...