Guam – IP&E adopted a stretch of Route 14 Friday, promising to help keep clean the area between Chalan San Antonio and the Archbishop Flores Loop to the Saint Anthony intersection.
IP&E volunteers will safely engage in community beautification activities by maintaining this section of public roadway.
It is the latest stretch of roadway to be adopted under the Islandwide Beautification Task Force [IBTF] Roadway Adoption Program [RAP].
“The Roadway Adoption Program is a great opportunity for IP&E to demonstrate our commitment to the community and our environment,” said Brian Bamba, IP&E Guam’s Senior Vice President. Bamba continued, “Providing fuels that clean your engine, being first to market with lowest emission diesel fuel, partnering with Payless in their Mission Zero Bag campaign and contributing to the refurbishment of the Archbishop Flores loop are a few areas IP&E has supported the community and our environment. Our continued partnership with the IBTF is just another way that IP&E proudly fuels excellence in the community it serves.”
The RAP program provides businesses and private or public organizations the opportunity to contribute in cleaning up and beautifying Guam.
The program is administered by the Department of Public Works in conjunction with IBTF.