Liquefied petroleum gas is going underground in some of the newest housing subdivisions on Guam. What has in the past been kept outdoors in large tanks or delivered to homes in 50- or 100-pound cylinders will now be buried underground and out of sight. Two developments on island boast underground LPG currently - Talo Verde Estates on Ypao Road in Tamuning and Paradiso Estates in Talofofo while the Pago Bay Resort subdivision in Yona is currently having the facilities installed . . .
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