This is a great idea comrade. It can transform Africa if implemented, and I have supported it by vote and comment. What to do is just don't give up!
Coming into your second question, Lusajo.
Here I think you mean how relevant is my idea to poor mass, and how far my idea will be accepted by such group.
Mr. Lusajo, my targeted groups are long distance passengers who had have experienced the problem for a long way back. My customer segments then include all ages, level of earnings, level of education, sex, disabled groups and desirabilities. These groups are ctually passengers (customers) traveling from one geographical to the other through which the poor mass are included. So my project will accepted immediately after its operational status since it addresses environmental conservation and human sanitation to poor developing societies. This is how relevant and acceptability my idea is.
Thank you so much Lusajo for your developing questions. I start with this: why this idea came into my mind:
In think you intended to mean more about my brand history. This idea came into my mind when I was traveling a long distance journey (a 15 hour travel) and after having breakfast enroutes the bus dropped off passengers along risky bushes by the roads for toilets services.
I felt this situation as both risky to environments and human sanitation. Again, after we had lunch at restaurants along major road, some passengers entered with food and after consumption they started throwing food remnants, plastic bottles and other waste materials out of a moving bus. This was unhealthy tendency I ever witnessed since most of the thrown plastic materials never decompose with soil hence pose a direct land pollution along major highways.
Fews days after a journey I started conceiving the solution on how to conquer the problem both to save environments along major highways and human sanitation as per passengers.
This is a great idea and if implemented it can obviously transform developing societies. I support it by votes and comments. Just don't give up, you'll make it.