New Invention Alters the Way the World Changes Trash

Fast Bags Corp., announces it’s revolutionary trash bag dispensing system that will have you never looking for another trash bag again –BagUps.

Basking Ridge, NJ (PRWEB) October 24, 2013

This multi patented dispensing system replaces the next trash bag automatically!

The continuous flow of bags are attached with an “easy tear perforation” and are stored in a recyclable cardboard box that sits in the bottom of the trash container. It puts the bags where they belong, in the can, leaving the user to never search for another trash bag again.

The system automatically removes itself with the last bag.

BagUps, was recently recognized for its unique ability to deliver on key sustainable values: saves time and money, good for the environment, and good for the community.

Good for saving time and money – This simple invention stops aggravation while saving time, effort, and huge dollar savings in man hours. Time motion studies show BagUps saves an average of one man hour per 100 liner changes, in a commercial environment.

Good For The Environment - Oxo-Biodegradable bags breakdown in about 2 years as opposed to thousands of years for regular trash bags.
Plus, BagUps are strong and stuff-able, yet comparable in price to other trash bags.

Good For The Community - BagUps are 100% made in the United States by veterans and people with disabilities.

About BagUps - Invented by a former U.S. Air Force Captain, Jack Licata, who served as a nuclear missile officer. At the end of every shift, Captain Licata also had to change the trash. “There’s got to be a better way”! Licata said, No better system existed so Licata invented and patented BagUps.

BagUps is a preferred vendor to the Department of Veterans Affairs throughout the United States. This system was also awarded the 2013 Product of the Year by the state of New Jersey and the Lt. Governor. Over 20 other organizations have also endorsed or approved BagUps.

BagUps are available on line and with the public’s support at Kickstarter.com. Please visit http://www.bagups.net or call 1-917-885-6655.


Contact

  • Jack Licata
    jl(at)bagups(dot)net
    +1 917-885-6655
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