The western side of the island is lined with sandy beaches and an offshore coral reef which creates a large lagoon.
Our main office is also the supply point for our bulk delivery bobtails and home to our service and operations staff.
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Tangan-Tangan trees were introduced, primarily, as an erosion-prevention mechanism, due to the decimation of the landscape brought on by WWII.
Remaining native forest occurs in small isolated fragments on steep slopes at low elevations and highland conservation areas of the island.
To the north of Mount Tapochau towards Banzai Cliff is a ridge of hills.
Mount Achugao, situated about 2 miles north, has been interpreted to be a remnant of a stratified composite volcanic cone whose Eocene center was not far north of the present peak. Some developed areas on the island are covered with Leucaena leucocephala, also known as "tangan-tangan" trees, that were spread broadly some time after World War II.
The highest elevation on Saipan is a limestone-covered mountain called Mount Tapochau at 1,560 ft (480 m).
Unlike many of the mountains in the Mariana Islands, it is not an extinct volcano, but is a limestone formation.
Coconuts, papayas, and Thai hot peppers – locally called "donni' såli" or "boonie peppers" – are among the fruits that grow wild.
Mango, taro root, breadfruit (locally called "Lemai"), and bananas are a few of the many foods cultivated by local families and farmers.
Whether the demand for standby generator fuel increases due to a Gulf hurricane, or the unseasonal demand for home heating gas rises, Blue Flame Gas is prepared for meeting and exceeding the expectations of LP Gas users in the Houston area.