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Transcript of garbage disposal
Garbage Disposal by Tyler Thomas http://www.google.com/patents/US5676319 click here to see patents. Who uses this product most people in America use this product but very few in Europe use this product Global impact The global impact is that this product was at first believed to be dangerous to water supply's. Now that the sewers have changed it doesn't. And it makes it easier to get rid of scraps. What would I change I would change it by allowing larger portions to go down at a time. The original invention was a simple thing used to shred scraps. Global Impact The global impact was that it hurt many of the sewers, and thus was banned in certain areas until the sewer system was updated. citations www.wkepidisa.com. (2012, september 28). Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Garbage_disposal_unit&action=history who invented the garbage disposal. (2012, september 28). Retrieved from http:/www.sophisticatededge.com/who-invented-the-garbage-disposal.html timeline 1927:John W. Hammes invents the first food waste disposer in his basement workshop. 1935:Hammes obtains a U.S. patent for his Garbage Disposal Device. 1938:Hammes establishes the In-Sink-Erator Manufacturing Company. 1945:Company focuses on making defense parts for the war effort. 1952:Facing national competition, the company adds a direct sales force. 1966:In-Sink-Erator secures Sears Roebuck as a client and becomes the world's top food disposal manufacturer. 1968:Emerson Electric acquires In-Sink-Erator. 1973:In-Sink-Erator acquires H&H Precision Products and enters the hot water dispenser market. 1978:In-Sink-Erator accounts for half of all food disposer units sold in the United States.
1980s:In-Sink-Erator begins marketing dishwashers. 1993:The company produces its 50 millionth food waste disposer. 2001:Annual sales reach an estimated $341 million and the company produces about 75 percent of all food disposers worldwide. 1930's origins. (2004). Retrieved from http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/in-sink-erator-history/ Key dates. (2004). Retrieved from http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/in-sink-erator-history/ major changes they now use mostly electric motors. disciplines one of the disciplines were brainstorming, more were building prototype & testing it etc. I couldn't find the original materials for the garbage disposal. we do