Thank you for adding that. I understand that.
There's just another little vein I'd like to venture down. It's also been mentioned here that a suitable application might be in the construction of bridges. I know it's very common, when you look at railway bridges from years and years ago, to see that timber was used then. They didn't have the cross-laminated timber products at that time. They just had mass timber.
Can you tell me how you see the cross-laminated timber, maybe in an application like a bridge, standing up to the elements like all the road salt that's being used today and some of the weather?