In late 2010, business student Dan Blake was at an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant when it occurred to him that an unbelievable amount of the restaurant’s food was ending up in the garbage.
Emily Wiewiorka, the company founder and president, said the business is going well and expanding as she finds new uses for her system.
The problem: You put out your garbage cans, the wind knocks them over, the lid pops off and everything that was once inside is now blowing down the street.
The Seat Savers concept comes from a simple idea.
Woolman, 27, invented Binifresh, a device that sits permanently inside the bin and every four hours releases a spray that kills bacteria and germs and eradicates odours.
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