Much progress has been made in the planning stage of the project since the announcement. Initial construction surveying has begun to determine exactly where the fiber will be buried. However, at this time, we are waiting for the environmental clearances we need from the federal government to begin construction. When we get environmental clearance, we will be ready to begin placing fiber in the ground.
Earth Day, April 22, is right around the corner, and many Missourians are looking for ways to lessen their negative impact on the environment. While everyone knows how important it is to reduce, reuse and recycle, many are afraid of what it may cost them to "go green."
It may alleviate some fear, however, to know consumers can actually save from going green—and without spending a dime. Reducing, reusing and recycling are often free-of-cost and have high and promising returns on investment.