U.S. Manufacturing

How Trash-Ease Turned Waste into a Win

By  Walmart Staff August 13, 2014

Garbage has become pretty golden for John Cundy. In July, he attended Walmart’s Open Call for products that support American jobs, and his creation, Trash-Ease, was chosen by our buyers to soon be added to store shelves

The invention is simple: a portable metal frame that allows a trash bag to hang on almost any type of flat surface. But the idea has changed his life and is supporting jobs in Detroit. Watch how he turned his concept into reality – and then later entered the world of retail.
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