How to maintain cleaner public toilettes. Colaboration system to improve the standards of public toilettes.
Our project involves the colaboration of each individual to maintain the public toilette clean with the help of individuals and public cleaning staff who are willing to clean more toilettes around the area in return of more payment. To do so, public toilettes will count with a bacteria free sensor which will generate a warning in case it detects a bacteria risk (aka. it's dirty). The warning will be sent as a text message to the cleaning staff who previously sign up for this type of cleaning network at the district. If a cleaning staff replies to the order, the digital message will indicate the place and time to get to the toilette. Once there, the staff comes in with a code (given on the registration) and can begin the cleaning (with supplies already at the bathroom). After cleaning, the staff will collect coins. These coins come from each individual who uses the toilette. Before coming into the bathroom, each individual will have to pay 1 Peruvian Sol to get in, if he/she maintains the toilette clean, the sensor will verify this before the individual leaves and the system will return him/she the initial payment. If the toilette is not well maintain, then it will collect the money and exactly the payment for the cleaning staff. This will create a maintaining clean public toilettes circuit. People will want clean public toilettes and their payment back, thus they will have to maintain the public toilette clean. If not, the toilette will not stay dirty for long, thanks to the sensors that will notify the cleaning network to do something about it, while generating more income for the public cleaning staff as well.