Kwik BagIT Products International Inc., headquartered in Saskatoon Saskatchewan, recently developed a patent pending utility device that it claims will revolutionize the methods currently being practiced for waste diversion by residents of municipalities.
The device itself is essentially a quad-pod with extendable legs that includes poly-cloth bags of different colours. The company describes the device as a System having telescopic rails and legs, which allows the user to use any size of bag. The System also includes biodegradable/mono mesh bags that can be washed and reused. By using the supplied bags, the company states that consumers will no longer need to buy plastic garbage bags.
Along with the System, the company also has a Community Awareness Program that it claims will revolutionize the methods currently being practiced for waste diversion across Canada and around the world.
The Kwik BagIt Eco/System, in the view of the company founder Harold Sokyrka, could be the solution to the serious issues plaguing municipalities and recycling depots throughout the world. In his opinion, the challenge of most municipal waste diversion programs is homeowner confusion on what goes where. Mr. Sokyrka claims that his System which he claims is straightforward and based on common sense.
More information on the Kwik BagIt Eco/System can be found on the company website.