Kat Hunter, a SymSoil Soil Maven, and Peter Hirst, a member of the SymSoil Science Team and, currently, the site operator, spent a good day on site yesterday.
Our compost turner (Mikey) arrive without a water tank. The tank was delivered today, as well as a tank to cover our brewers. They are both ready for installation. Rain prevented further work on bins, but construction is complete and they are beautiful.
Big deal right now is the muddy drive. A semi-truck got stuck during a delivery of compost, so the area is in accessible to any further deliveries until graded and rock laid down. Nothing more can be moved onto the site – Batch One of SymSoil Robust Compost, Vision Compost (our primary raw material for Batch Two), biochar, wood chips -nothing. Until the drive is graded, we’re stuck. Peter is in full-court on this today and tomorrow.
We are expecting a call any time from a local guy with a tractor, the same one who did the initial grading, with respect to preparing the drive. We also have a load of rock lined up and ready to be delivery by a local trucker. Perhaps this gets taken care of as early as Friday.
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