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Wen Kuei Chen, Kuei Tsai Lai: Litter bin. Alfred Lei, July 16, 1991: US05031793 (96 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a litter bin and in particular to one including a housing which has two lugs at an inner vertical side and a flange at the opposite side. The housing further has a flap pivotally connected with the lugs and supported by the flange. Three recesses are provided on inner botto ...


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Zelenko Harry: Lock assembly for litter bins. March 27, 1973: US3722236 (30 worldwide citation)

A litter bin having a hinged door is provided with a lock assembly comprising a bar mounted for vertical sliding movement along an inner surface of the door and having a pair of vertically-spaced latch members which extend through corresponding slots on a confronting wall portion of the litter bin. ...


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Street furniture. British Steel, December 4, 1974: GB1376126-A (13 worldwide citation)

1376126 Street posts BRITISH STEEL CORP 5 Jan 1972 [6 Jan 1971] 644/71 Headings E1B and E2B A hollow section metal street post has a continuous undercut keyway 11 adapted to receive a bracket 12 which is clamped in position by a screw bolt 17 which passes through a nut 16 welded to one limb of the b ...


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Ian R Bryce: Litter bin. Lane Aitken Kice & Kananen, November 17, 1981: US04300696 (12 worldwide citation)

A litter bin comprising a heavy base member adapted to rest on the ground, a litter container mounted on said base member through an annular rubber bush and a central bolt connecting the container to the base member and passing through the bush, an upwardly extending support pole secured to the base ...


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Michael P Wong: Litter bin with pivotal lid and automatic latching mechanism. Rehrig Pacific Company, Carlson Gaskey & Olds, June 2, 2009: US07540393 (10 worldwide citation)

A litter bin includes a lid hingeably connected to a container. Opposite the hinge, a latch selectively secures the lid to the container. The latch includes a pivotably mounted latch member that has a center of gravity offset from its pivot point. The latch member also includes a catch portion that ...


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Mauricio D Cavalcante: Litter bin with pivotal lid and automatic latching mechanism. Rehrig Pacific Company, Carlson Gaskey & Olds, August 2, 2011: US07988009 (7 worldwide citation)

A litter bin includes a lid hingeably connected to a container. Opposite the hinge, a latch selectively secures the lid to the container. The latch includes a pivotably mounted latch member. The latch member includes a catch portion that moves between a locked position and an unlocked position upon ...


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Lloyd John: Improvements in or relating to bins. Glasdon, February 13, 1985: GB2143479-A (6 worldwide citation)

A mobile litter bin having a moulded plastics body (10) and wheels (18) mounted at the base thereof is formed with an integral peripheral outwardly extending flange (20) around its upper periphery for lifting and/or tipping the bin to discharge its contents, the flange being reinforced by a rectangu ...


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Akers Raymond Arthur Keith, Henderson Allan Roger: Smokers litter bin. Akers Raymond Arthur Keith, Henderson Allan Roger, July 15, 1992: GB2251545-A (6 worldwide citation)

A smokers litter bin comprising two separate chambers, each with their own point of entry. One chamber 11 holds smokers litter such as cigarette ends and the other 10 holds litter. The 'smokers' chamber 11 is constructed from non-combustible material(s), and means may be provided, by way of a sealin ...


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Snell Leonard: A waste bin. Architectural Castings, November 22, 1995: GB2289399-A (6 worldwide citation)

A waste bin, such as a litter bin, has inner (200) and outer walls (15), the space therebetween being filled by a deformable, energy absorbing medium sand (190). If a bomb explodes within the waste bin, the force will be transmitted to the inner wall which will be deformed outwardly, but that deform ...


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Buried public litter bin. Samu Sarl, November 23, 1984: FR2546141-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a concrete litter bin buried in the ground, connected via a cast-iron plate to an apparatus of rectangular shape having a height of 1.20 m and equipped at the top with two orifices for receiving refuse and at the bottom with two doors permitting mounting of the apparatus, it ...