We at Biochar Products have been getting the final elements in place to run the demonstration plant at the Halfway site.
I drove to Portland yesterday to pick up a trailer with a 30' flatbed that we will take to Canada on which the plant mounted. It is a gooseneck trailer that will be able to be moved from place to place to do demonstrations including some in California when there is too much snow in Oregon.
We also have been collecting plastic 55 gallon barrels that we can get from nearby farms and cleaning them up for storage of biooil produced since our contacts in Hawaii have not yet reached agreement with the Hawaii Electric Company on delivery of biooil. We then need to clean all the barrels since they have some residue in them. Since we will be running only 8 hours per day vs 24 hours per day we will produce far less oil and we need only about 40 barrels.