Out of curiosity, since fluoropolymer resins are being used more and more on bridges, water towers, and coastal storage tanks to protect against pollutants, are there some places that do this more than others, or is this pretty standard now? In other words, not all places have the same amount of pollutants. One example that comes to mind is that it would seem California would have a lot more airborne pollutants than say a small town in New England. Therefore, do California and similar high-pollutant places use fluoropolymer resin more? Are there places that have such a low pollutant threat that they don’t actually use this resin for protection?