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Disposable single use portable toilet

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"HAPPY LEO" - Disposable Single Use Portable Toilet


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U.S. Patent : 9,364,123

As attorney for the inventor of the innovative new Disposable Single Use Portable Toilet we are currently seeking investors and manufacturing companies to license, purchase patent rights or enter into a royalty agreement for this timely invention. Interested parties can reach the attorney at the contact numbers listed at the bottom of this page.


The present invention is a disposable sanitary toilet designed for the health care industry to eliminate the need for cleaning and sterilizing ped pans. Eliminating exposure of the healthcare professional and caregiver to excreted fecal pathogens. Once used the zippered cover is closed and discarded. It can be used as a travelmate while sightseeing, hiking, biking or stored in the vehicle for travel use. If your unsure of the condition of restroom facilities whereever your going - Take it with you. The disposable portable toilet is a toilet packaged within a resealable zip lock container so that the toilet can be placed back into container after use for disposal. The disposable portable toilet has a rigid housing with a zippered cover and several toilet accessories attached to the underside of the seat cover and uses an anti-bacterial agent to neutralize pathogen contamination leaking from the disposable portable toilet after use.




Drawbacks of Reusable Bed Pans


In developed countries, it is estimated that up to 10% of patients acquire an HCAI (Health Care Acquired Infection), spending an average of 2.5 times longer in hospital and are seven times more likely to die than uninfected patients.

Across Europe, HCAIs account for 37,000 deaths per year and contribute to a further 110,000.

In the United States, two million people per year are infected with HCAIs, resulting in 88,000 deaths, costing healthcare providers $6 billion.

In the United Kingdom, the National Health Service annually spends £1 billion treating HCAIs 2 , and it is thought that the working days lost to MRSA alone costs the country’s economy up to £11 billion.


Disposable Sanitary Toilet Objectives and Advantages


The invention provides a containerized portable sanitary toilet with the container serving as packaging and trash bag after use of the disposable toilet.

Designed for the Healthcare Idustry including Hospitals, Nursing Homes, and personal travel mate

A durable single use sanitary toilet for immediate disposal eliminating needless expose of healthcare professionals and caregavers to dangerous pathogens.

Various sizes for toddlers, children and Adults.

A lightweight rigid housing comfortably accommodates a sitting user

A zippered toilet cover ensures a sanitary unit until time of use and after use secure closure.

The cover exterior also has graphic image and printed user instructions.

Toilet articles are attached to the underside of the zippered toilet cover.

A package of antibacterial agent to neutralize any potential pathogen contamination leakage after use. Once in the bag and zip lock closed, the toilet is hermetically sealed for disposal.



Organizational Health Care Facility Advantages


Facility Benefit: Mitigates the costs for sterilization equipment and maintenance thereof, energy used during the sterilization cycle and noise generated by the sterilization process.

Increases patent safety and reduces patients potential for cross infection through the reseable disposable toilet

Reduces the facility's overall operational expences associated with HCAI's, and costs of cleaning.


Facility employee benefits include professional caretaker job satisfaction through more time spent on patient care rather than house keeping.






Patent Drawings


The following pictures are meant to display possible physical characteristics of the present invention and are not to be taken in a limiting sense. It is understood that other embodiments may be utilized and that structural changes may be made without departing from the scope of the invention.



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PRIMARY USES Depicted is a pictorial of the disposable portable toilet’s primary uses. The stackable disposable sanitary toilet is designed to improve Health Care services, provide relief in road side emergency situations and provide sanitary convenience in remote areas.


HEALTHCARE ADVANTAGES Enviromental Benefits • Reduced Clinical Waste • Reduced Energy Consumption • Reduced Noise Pollution Nurse Time Benefits • Increased Time for Patient Care • Nurse Time Saved • Increased Staff Satisfaction Infection Prevention • Reduced Risk of Cross Contamination • Increased Patient Protection • Fully Disposable System Financial Savings • Reduced HCAI Cost • Reduced Operating Cost • Reduced Cleaning Cost


HEALTHCARE ADVANTAGES The disposable toilet has a resealable container portion and a toilet portion whereby a user can retrieve the disposable toilet for urination or defecation in an emergency situation when rest room services are unavailable. It is contemplated that the resealable container portion would be made of a flexible and stackable material to allow for easier volume storage.


Roadside Emergency The disposable toilet's use as a travelmate stored in a motor vehicle for emergency use by children and adults when rest room facilities are unavailable.


Remote Convenience Wilderness experts typical advise for bowel movements by backpackers is to move 200 feet or more from a trail, campsite or water source. Find a patch of organic soil (darker soil where plants and trees flourish); use a stick, rock or lightweight plastic trowel to dig a hole 4 to 6 inches wide and 6 to 8 inches deep. Cover the feces with dirt and refill the hole. Place a rock or large branches atop the space to discourage critters from digging it up. The disposable toilet eliminates the need of expose to in-the-wild bacteria and virus by providing a self contained disposable toilet including wipes and sanitizers.


Resealable Container Depicted is the disposable portable toilet comprising a toilet portion packaged within a resealable container having a zip lock so that the toilet portion can be placed back into container after use and disposed. It should be noted that though the resealing means is shown as a "zip-lock" type of apparatus, many other means such as adhesives or hook and loop type fasteners. The present invention provides that the exterior surface of the resealable container may have graphic design and/or indicia located thereon, which may include instructional use information.


Resealable Container Depicted is an illustrative view of the disposable portable toilet. Shown is the disposable single use portable toilet comprising a resealable container having zip lock with the toilet removed therefrom. The toilet is comprised of base with wall extending vertically to seat forming receptacle containing antibacterial agent that is covered by seal with lid having hinge and zipper attached thereto. The present invention provides that the exterior surface of the toilet may have graphic design and/or indicia located thereon, which may include instructional use information. The toilet has a lightweight rigid housing of substantially ovoid shape with the front end thinner than the back end to reduce the amount of material used in manufacture. The materials from which the toilet housing may be made are various. Corrugated cardboard, for example, is one, however various recycled materials such as paper, plastic, fiberglass, or a combination of any of them could be used. Various other plant fibers such as hemp or bamboo could also be used.


Peelable Sanitary Seal Depicted is an illustrative view of the disposable portable toilet opened. Shown is the disposable single use portable toilet comprised of rigid housing having base, wall and seat covered by a peel-able removable seal with antibacterial agent contained therein. Lid is attached to receptacle via hinge and zipper. On the interior side of lid a plurality of packets having tear strip are provided for housing toiletries including body wipes and hand wipes. Also provided is air freshener having cover that when removed releases scent.


Toiletries and Freshener Depicted is an illustrative view of the disposable portable toilet opened and the seal removed. The toilet is comprised of rigid housing having base, wall and seat covered by a peelably removable seal that, when removed exposes the interior of the toilet portion that includes an antibacterial agent contained therein. Lid is attached to lower toilet body portion or receptacle via hinge and zipper. On the interior side of the lid are a plurality of packets having tear strip provided for housing toiletries such as body wipes and hand wipes. Also provided is air freshener having cover that when removed releases scent.


Sanitary Disposal Depicted is an illustrative view of the disposable portable toilet repackaged for disposal. Once used, the toilet is closed via the zipper and placed back into its resealable container and sealed via zip lock by user for disposal.






Contact Information


If you are interested in licensing, purchasing the rights to the above invention or entering into a royalty agreement please contact the office of Michael I. Kroll as follows:

Michael I. Kroll
80 Skyline Drive, Suite 304
Plainview, New York 11803
Tel. #: 800-367-7774
Tel. #: 516-367-7777
Fax #: 800-367-7999
Fax #: 516-802-0510
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