After two explosions and a massive clean up effort authorities start the tally of the cost Explo Systems is accruing. After the smoke clears authorities say Explo will face more than a criminal investigation into the Louisiana State Police's finding of 10 millions pounds of improperly stored M-6 explosives outside the company's manufacturing plant. Explo owes the Louisiana National Guard $400,000 in back rent from its original lease of more than 70 igloos. Just recently the state gave the company twenty more igloos to help house most of the improperly stored explosives, adding to its rental costs. State Representative Jeff Thompson says with free rent and clean up the state will be owed millions before this is over. "My concerns are not only that lost rental income but if they just stop paying at some point we've got to clear all of those spaces out, plus the facility itself and dispose of that material, you're talking millions of dollars," said Thompson. And even with the additional 20 igloos the state is still looking for more storage space to house over 3-million pounds of product that's still improperly stored at the facility.