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Waste disposal containers. Mucon Eng, October 30, 1974: GB1372491-A (74 worldwide citation)

1372491 Waste-disposal containers MUCON ENG CO Ltd 8 May 1973 [25 Feb 1972] 8737/72 Heading B8C A waste-disposal container comprising a sack, or bag, of flexible material, such as sheet paper, or plastics, having a cylindrical wall 1 has a first rigid circular ring 2 attached to the end of the wall ...


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Waste disposal containers. Mucon Eng, June 5, 1974: GB1355611-A (73 worldwide citation)

1355611 Bag holders MUCON ENG CO Ltd 19 April 1973 [25 Feb 1972] 8735/72 Heading B8C A bag holder comprises a support plate 1 with a circular aperture 6, and a flexible sleeve 8 having one end secured to a ring 7 fixed to the plate 1 around the aperture and the other end folded back and secured to a ...


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Hatton William Maurice: Medical waste disposal containers. Daniels Healthcare, August 18, 2004: EP1447109-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A medical waste disposal container (10) comprises a hollow container portion (12) and a top cover (24) securable to an upper end region (20) of the container portion by a snap-fitting engagement arrangement. The upper end region (20) is provided with an opening (22) through which waste is received, ...


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Franiel Carol Ann: Improvements in laminates. Franiel Carol Ann, September 2, 1971: GB1244893-A (4 worldwide citation)

1,244,893. Ceramic-fabric laminates. C. A. FRANIEL. 14 July, 1970 [21 July, 1969], No. 36575/69. Heading B5N. [Also in Division A4] A laminate comprises a ceramic layer having bonded to each surface thereof a layer of fabric impregnated with a silicone rubber. The ceramic layer may be coated on each ...


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Rand Richard John: Waste disposal containers. Rand Richard John, July 5, 2000: EP1016600-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a set of containers 242, 244, 246 comprising a plurality of smaller containers suitable for holding waste at one location (e.g. within a building); and a plurality of larger containers 242, 244, 246 suitable for holding waste at another location (e.g. outside a building); at l ...


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Rand Richard John: Set of waste disposal containers. Rand Richard John, May 10, 2000: GB2343366-A (2 worldwide citation)

A set of containers comprises a plurality of smaller containers (Fig 1) suitable for holding waste at one location, e.g. within a building; and a plurality of larger containers 242, 244, 246 suitable for holding waste at another location, e.g. outside a building; at least one of the smaller containe ...


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Franiel Carol Ann: Laminates. September 19, 1972: US3692235 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a laminate comprising a ceramic layer faced with a fabric impregnated with synthetic rubber. The laminate is fire-proof and finds particular utility in the construction of waste disposal containers. The invention further provides a container comprising a waste inlet, an outer ...


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Kenneth O Stark: Medical waste containers and lids therefore. Becton Dickinson and Company, Servilla Whitney, February 7, 2017: US09561084

Waste container lid assemblies configured for attachment to a base having a lid body and cap portion slidably connected by a tether. The lid body having an opening sized to accept medical waste and restrict access to prevent individuals from reaching into the waste container through the opening. A s ...


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Silvestro Giuffrida, Francesco Giuffrida: Liquid container for beverage dispensers and beverage dispenser comprising said container. F R I D R L, Shuttleworth & Ingersoll, Timothy J Klima, December 12, 2017: US09840405

A container for food safe liquids for beverage dispensers, includes a first end, or bottom wall, a second end, or neck, equipped with a portion for releasing the water designed to be connected to a corresponding junction portion of a beverage dispenser and a tubular wall extending annularly along it ...


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William Hess, Kristen Hess: Waste containment receptacle with clamp actuators. 1908 BRANDS, Cislo & Thomas, June 6, 2017: US09669995

A waste receptacle for collecting waste with a carrier that allows for easy transport. The receptacle uses a closing system to manage odor, and an actuator system to open and close the closing system. The closing system has a clamping mechanism housed inside a body that can clamp a bag placed inside ...