Our initial development of unique technology has begun and is referred to as the Industrial Plastics Decomposition Cell project. The Cell will be intended to facilitate the large-scale decomposition of plastics, promoting a new, greener alternative way of handling plastic waste. The cell will use a high concentration of the fungus Aspergillus Tubingensis to break down plastics quickly. It is Blackrose's goal to produce a functional unit to be fabricated on a large scale by the end of the year 2020. As a result of this accelerated development plan, we will be focusing the overwhelming majority of our resources on this particular project. The first phase of this project involves small scale testing of the fungus in different environments and with different types of plastics. The purpose of this phase is to determine the practicality of the cell’s use with those plastics and to determine the scale at which the cell can be used. Following this phase, assuming we see success, we will begin fabricating and testing prototypes in order to optimize functionality. We hope to have a functional prototype completed by February of next year, but are uncertain about making any definite projection for this deadline.