BinGarden™ Announce Newly Granted Patent: "A Storage Housing for a Waste Receptacle"


WOKINGHAM, England, October 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

Last Tuesday, Nicholas Staley was granted a patent with serial number GB2483302 by The Intellectual Property Office of theUnited Kingdom.

Grant of the patent is expected to be announced, by the IPO, in the Patent Journal on Nov 4th 2015.

Similar patent grants are expected to be issued shortly, by the USPTO for U.S.A. and in 38 European countries by the EPO with trademark grants also expected to follow thereafter for Europe & the United States of America.

Inventor, Nick Staley (42) said: "It's a Wheelie Bin Cover 'planter' hide-away with a flower drawer that auto-lifts the bin's lid. Bins / trash cans are all over the world in vast numbers. People DO want to HIDE them, it's a huge market."

An attractive opportunity exists now for a large Manufacturer to flood the marketplace with Bin Garden products, under protected patent grant status. Bin Garden Ltd have detailed technical plans for how to make them.

Bin Garden Ltd seeks either capital investment to deal direct with a large scale factory themselves or they will offer manufacturing rights under license to an appropriately sized established manufacturer via the terms of a licensing agreement.

Nick added: "Dragon's Den or Shark Tank Investors may be approached, its early days yet but we are on a mission to store ugly wheelie bins and hide smelly garbage cans beneath flowers, herbs, fruits, plants and veggies worldwide."

The invention appears as an attractive wooden planter full of flowers and plants. However, it secretly doubles as a storage housing disguising a wheeled refuse bin / trash can, kept hidden out of sight inside this exciting new BinGarden™ garden product.

In an easy single-handed motion, without need to touch the dirty bin, a user slides the plant drawer which auto-lifts the bin's lid providing access to the bin to throw the trash inside. Pushing the drawer closes the waste receptacle.

Rival lid-lifting bin covers suffer a design flaw, the wheels and handles get stuck out of reach at the back. The heavily-loaded bin becomes extremely difficult to turn around, users risk strain injury whilst also having to manhandle the dirty discharge end of the bin, the end that gets dumped in the bin lorry. (Eww!)

The different and opposite orientation of the bin lid opening, means; on bin collection day, the BinGarden™ allows one to roll the bin straight in and out the correct way around as it was designed to be used, through the disguised door.

- Why risk Injury? - Just ROCK n ROLL!

Bin Gardens will be available in three sizes, small, medium and large to hide different bin sizes.

Bin Garden Ltd has headquarters in Wokingham, Berkshire, U.K. Serial Inventors Nick Staley and father Cyril. With a whole host of BinGarden™ products as well as other innovative patented products coming to market; they're actively enlarging their IP portfolio.

Website: http://www.bingarden.com
For press enquiries, contact:
Mr Nick Staley
+44-(0)844-493-1544
sales [ @ ] bingarden.com
Bin Garden Ltd
41 Brompton Drive
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 6SP
United Kingdom


SOURCE Bin Garden Ltd


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New Kickstarter Campaign: BINGARDEN™ Flowers Hide Garbage Can, Herbs Store Wheelie Bin


WOKINGHAM, England, August 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

'Master of Disguise' Inventor, Nick Staley (42) said: "We are on a mission to hide ugly wheelie bins & store smelly garbage cans with flowers, herbs, fruits, plants & veggies all over the world! - Early Birds cost £170, about $265 USD."

The clever wheelie bin cover invention looks like a pretty wooden planter brimming with flowers & plants but doubles as a secret 'storage housing disguise' for a wheeled bin / trash can that's hidden away inside the new garden product.

Taking out the trash BINGARDEN™ style; the garden slides in an easy single-handed motion that quietly opens & shuts the bin's lid for you without need to touch the dirty bin. A side of the "planter" opens to remove the bin on garbage day.

Bin Gardens will come in three sizes, small, medium & large to hide differing sizes of wheelie bins / trash cans. Should they reach the £278,000 target (needed to meet 3 sets of factory minimum order quantities) via the popular USA crowdfunding website; Kickstarter. Here is the link to the BINGARDEN™ Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bingarden/bingardentm-flowers-hide-garbage-can-herbs-store-w

If everything goes to plan; they'll begin shipping in Feb 2016 in time for the Spring Growing Season.

Like most great inventions it was borne from necessity & personal needs having nowhere to keep the bin except right outside the front door. It stank & looked horrible. Now it's a feature, blending into the garden surroundings, the ugly bin hides away & the pleasant scent of living flowers takes its place instead.

On one of (the many, quirky) videos Nick says: "Your Bin Garden will give you gifts! - Flowers for your vases, fruits & veggies for your dinner." A photo suggests backers should claim back the (otherwise useless space) above their bins.

Whilst the team say "Owners can grow what they like above their bins". They offer the warning that: "Whatever YOU do grow in YOUR BINGARDEN™ - just make sure it is legal, where you grow it! (We wouldn't want anyone to get arrested for growing a Cannabis Bin Garden for example!"

The team identified an inherent design flaw that other rival "Lid-Lifting" Bin Covers have which requires the user to insert the bin backwards into the rival covers with the bin handles & wheels at the back beyond reach of the user. They claim that with such covers, once the bin is heavily laden, full of household waste, that these rival Bin Housings pose risks of injury to the users who also have to manhandle the dirty discharge end of the wheelie bin, the end that gets dumped in the Garbage truck. (Eww!)

The BINGARDEN™ on the other hand as well as having the novel sliding feature that automatically opens & closes the bin's lid, also allows wheeled bins to roll straight in and out, the bin goes in the correct way around, as it was designed to be used. You rock the bin back & you roll. Why risk Injury? - Just ROCK n ROLL!

Bin Garden Ltd has its headquarters in Wokingham, Berkshire, U.K. An innovative family business. Nick Staley BINGARDEN™ Inventor is the Managing Director & Cyril Staley (71) is Company Secretary & BINGARDEN™ Co. Designer. A long-standing successful father & son team, who bring new innovative products to market. With more BINGARDEN™ products to come in future years as well as a variety of other products, the Bin Garden Ltd team are busy enlarging its intellectual property portfolio.

Website: http://www.bingarden.com
For press enquiries, contact:
Mr Nick Staley
+44-(0)844-493-1544
sales [ @ ] bingarden.com
Bin Garden Ltd
41 Brompton Drive
Maidenhead
Berkshire
SL6 6SP
United Kingdom


SOURCE Bin Garden Ltd