With the advent and the advancement of the technology that has created ethanol out of corn, sawgrass and so many other field-grown plants, how much more time will it be before that technology is tweaked towards economically producing ethanol from biosolids like the GRASS AND LEAVES you all need to get rid of all the time? How high does the national energy demand have to be to make the biosolids we use in the Green Industry a viable a economical source for ethanol production to keep our cars running and OPEC a minor oil player? Until we catch up with where we SHOULD BE right now in hydrogen and electric vehicles the big focus in the USA will remain on ethanol. And, I envision, within this decade, that the sources for ethanol will run so scarce that there will be a market blooming in biosolids. Soon, I believe a given mower or landscaper will actually GET PAID nominally (at first) to dump their CLEAN loads of grass clippings / leaves / brush at designated township or county dump sites. Your thoughts and your predictions?