Maybe to speed things along, JDI should do some "product testing" at some of the manufacturing plants.
The fires may save time for the shredding crew, especially if all the facilities are wired anywhere close to how the products are.
I'm guessing that by the fire department gets there, it'll be worth their time.
These pics of the wiring were taken while visiting their Kerplukistan facility. The wiring crew was being praised for coming in ahead of schedule, and under budget for "unnecessary items", like junction boxes, conduits, etc. Apparently, the savings went back to the R&D crew.
I think I should clarify, my JDI Illumis is prior service (hence the ash) and I left my garage door open to the wind blew away half of what I suspect was the thermostatically switched flashing transducer, so I needed a new one to make the bar complete. I was pleased to see that the ash I received was the same color and consistency as the rest of the product. Well done, Jazz.