Hi Solomon. Waow, what a relieve. This is a beautiful idea that may ultimately address this practical problem in our communities and this can apply anywhere in the world where there is poor disposal management.
I'm really moved by your idea because it does not only employ technology but also does a sensitization on proper disposal methods. Can you imagine walking within the city and pass-by heap of rubbish that has a serious foul smell. Thank you for the idea and I pray it attains translates into existence.
Elsewhere, Kindly note that I'm also a participant on the Citizen entrepreneurship competition and so you may read my idea from this link. http://tracking.entrepreneurship-campus.org/tracking/click?d=nuDJHrFDEO5sI53uL3IDDerPl0EJ4IX90031iA_GbPG9n2YS-ywO5Tkcib5L-cB_jt6p2xm8GVBXiJ4CRN_KowwHudQ28-qJbZUT-AZIlw7AU2c3SuutVTsh3WdttUfRMviymtPGY2UHM6-us7791XdOHKNwlg8qPq2MbHUMnv6p0
Yes, I have seen an easy way to make money out of off-cuts from food. By the fact that it is waste, surely it will be adding that extra income to the rural people. Don't look back but just go one since you have already made steps into the investment.
Yeah, this is really applicable especially in most African urban centres. I had many thoughts of something similar to this before, you have really made it easy for the needy.