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This exceptional investment opportunity consists of 742 acres, more or less, of real estate featuring a fully insulated metal building of about 10,000 square feet. However, the exceptional value lies in the fact that the land contains over 5,000,000 tons of Coal Ash/Fly Ash that the Seller can verify has been deposited on the property. The primary value for this ash is for beneficial reuse. 233 acres of the land is bonded an permitted for the coal ash. The balance of the land contains about 415 acres of Bermuda Grass, clovers, and Native grass pasture, and about 250 acres of forested hunting land. The property is completely fenced, with some cross fencing. Much of the open area has been cut for hay. Two electric companies supply 3-phase electric service to the property. Rural water service is to the building. Several of the ponds/lakes are stocked with Bass and Crappie. Large Whitetail Deer have been caught on camera on the land as well as turkey.
The Building: The 10,000 square foot building is about 30% office space with a large conference room, individual offices, a reception area, and bathrooms, and multiple storage areas. An upstairs area provides additional flex space to be used as needed.
Dr. Robert Bruck, PhD., former professor at North Carolina State University and Cornell, tested the ash as a soil amendment. Dr. Bruck stated: “Samples of the fly ash were tested on two occasions for utility as a soil amendment and for evaluation of any heavy metal uptake or residues on test plants. The first report demonstrates the value of the fly ash powder as a micronutrient fertilizer have been submitted, illustrating the value of this product for the promotion of growth on a number of agronomic species. The report addresses the comprehensive independent experimentation and analysis of the fly ash product on six species studied under controlled greenhouse conditions.”
He also concluded “Literally ALL data on all heavy metals reflect VERY LOW concentration of said metals in ANY plant tissue. The data from the CONTROL plants – only treated with sterile distilled water were EQUAL TOO AND SOMETIMES HIGHER in metal concentrations versus the fly ash treated plant tissues. I conclude that virtually all the metals present in plant tissues can be attributed to the ORGANIC CERTIFIED SOIL MISTURE that all plants were grown in. This is not surprising as literally all soils and mixtures contain a background concentration of metals naturally found in nature. “
“Data from both fly ash treated and non-treated plants exhibited heavy metal concentrations far below the standards set by USEPA and FDA for human consumption. The data collected from the previous growth studies and this heavy metal study support the utility for using this fly ash material as an inexpensive soil amendment of significance.” Dr. Bruck’s research reports are available upon request.
The land is sited less than one mile off of a State Highway.
It is located from: (Distances are from Google Maps and are assumed to be accurate, but have not been independently verified.)
15 minutes from the Kansas City Southern Railroad at Panama, Oklahoma.
Ft. Smith, Arkansas- 30 miles (with airport)
Tulsa, Oklahoma – 115 miles (with airport)
Muskogee, Oklahoma-70 miles (Port Muskogee)
Dallas, Texas – 234 miles (with airport)