Hundreds of LPG cylinders found broken in East Java
The Jombang administration, East Java, has found in its inspection to distributors that some 350 liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders were broken and ineligible to be distributed to the public.
"Some seals were broken and the cylinders shape were no longer perfect," M. Shaleh, the administration spokesman, said Saturday as quoted by tempointeraktif.com. "The cylinders must be withdrawn."
The inspection was carried out following a number of LPG cylinder explosions across the country.