The Can Stand prevents trash cans from being blown all over a yard or into the street
Inventor Robert W. Hooper of Wanchese, NC has created a device that prevents trash cans from being blown all over a yard or into the street.
Whether by wind or animal, trash cans are frequently being knocked over and blown around. Waking up to loose scattered trash all over the yard is no fun, especially when youre late to work or have kids to get on the school bus. Its not only unsightly but unsanitary as well. In turn, Inventor Hooper created the Can Stand. Now magnets will prevent empty or full cans from blowing over, thus keeping ones yard tidy and their neighborhood a uniform, structured community that stays clean! As a sanitation truck driver, Inventor Hooper dumps between 700 and 1,000 trash cans on a busy day. If even half of those cans had the Can Stand, he knows it would make a huge difference!
This clever new invention uses magnetic force to hold cans in place. The invention would be installed at the curb for garbage pickup and could be installed near the house where the cans are stored, too. The product reduces damage to cans from scuffing and scraping. The base on high end models will notify you when the can has been dumped via email or text. The invention is universal and works with any trash can or recycling can. This product is environmentally friendly and reduces pollution. The Can Stand is maintenance free, and you can mow right over top of it. There is no extra weed-eating required! For manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities, act now!