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Jaime S Marti: Machine for automatically positioning and feeding containers. Fleit Jacobson Cohn Price Holman & Stern, November 19, 1991: US05065852 (43 worldwide citation)

A machine for sorting and orienting containers including a main hopper (2) for receiving randomly a plurality of containers (1) or bottles to be sorted, having any convenient configuration and a bottom (4) with a peripheral edge portion at a predetermined distance from the side wall of the hopper (2 ...


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Mark Rule, Yu Shi, Horst Ehrich: Multilayer polymeric/zero valent material structure for enhanced gas or vapor barrier and UV barrier and method for making same. The Coca Cola Company, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, November 2, 2004: US06811826 (12 worldwide citation)

The coated multilayer structure comprising a polymeric base layer, a zero valent material barrier layer, and a top coat on the zero valent material barrier layer, the top coat comprising a soluble compound capable of reducing the permeability of the multilayer structure to gas or vapor. The zero val ...


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Sala Jaime Marti: Machine for automatically positioning and feeding containers.. Sala Jaime Marti, June 12, 1991: EP0432081-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

A machine for automatically positioning and feeding containers It includes a main hopper (2) for receiving randomly containers (1), and a bottom (4) with a peripheral edge portion at a distance from the side wall of the hopper (2) to provide a space through which the containers can drop, by gravity ...


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Robert L LaBarge, Jerrold D Green, Eric D Arndt, Frank J Horansky, Ronald G Hawkins, Charles J Leftault Jr, Elmer E Pohlenz, Thomas W Scherf: Process for recycling containers. Aluminum Company of America, Andrew Alexander, May 28, 1985: US04519306 (5 worldwide citation)

A process for recycling containers such as used aluminum beverage cans comprises sensing the presence of an acceptable container inserted into a receiving station in a rotatable carrier and unlatching a latching mechanism to permit the carrier to be rotated if the presence of an acceptable container ...


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Mark Rule, Yu Shi, Horst Ehrich: Multilayer polymeric/zero valent material structure for enhanced gas or vapor barrier and uv barrier and method for making same. The Coca Cola Company, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, May 25, 2004: US06740378 (5 worldwide citation)

The coated multilayer structure comprising a polymeric base layer, a zero valent material barrier layer, and a top coat on the zero valent material barrier layer, the top coat comprising a soluble compound capable of reducing the permeability of the multilayer structure to gas or vapor. The zero val ...


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Donald E Keeler, Gabor Ban, Richard J Connor, Frederick P Karsa, John J Fasolo, Michael Sinocchi: Method for recycling solid waste using a decentralized recycling system. International Paper Company, Ostrager Chong & Flaherty, May 7, 1996: US05513804 (4 worldwide citation)

A solid waste recycling system for use in recycling containers containing residual liquids. The recycling system includes a housing having an inlet for receiving the containers. Two pluralities of oppositely rotating rotary knives shred the containers into shreds. A conveyor transports the shreds to ...


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Donald E Keeler, Gabor Ban, Richard J Connor, Frederick P Karsa, John J Fasolo, Michael Sinocchi: Decentralized solid waste recycling systems. International Paper Company, Ostrager Chong & Flaherty, July 18, 1995: US05433390 (4 worldwide citation)

A solid waste recycling system for use in recycling containers containing residual liquids. The recycling system includes a housing having an inlet for receiving the containers. Two pluralities of oppositely rotating rotary knives shred the containers into shreds. A conveyor transports the shreds to ...


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Method and devices for the recycling of containers. Luc Belmont Stephane, November 9, 1990: FR2646694-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

Method for recycling containers particularly non biodegradable single use containers. The method is characterized in that the containers (1) are sold filled with their conventional contents; after consuming said contents, the containers (1) are collected, optionally against payment of their residual ...


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Richard A Nunis: Debris removal system and method for stadiums and arenas. University of Central Florida Research Foundation, Brian S Steinberger, Law Offices of Brian S Steinberger P A, April 6, 2010: US07690493 (2 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods to facilitate the cleaning of arenas, such as stadiums having different seating levels. Pivotable bins can collect and funnel trash from different levels such as the concourse level. A series of tubes or chutes can be fixed to the arena structural undercarriage. Approximately 24″ ...


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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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