industrial acreage with chemical contamination

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      Suzanne Brockway

      Need sales of industrial acreage with chemical contamination. The subject is in Beaufort County, and is a 91.4 acre tract with numerous buildings mostly fallen into disrepair. It was used to manufacture specialty and agricultural chemicals. A Phase I environmental study has been done, and problems have been partially remediated. But Beaufort County refused to let the owner demolish the buildings because some were found to contain asbestos. At this point, Beaufort County wishes to buy the property and clear the site with proper EPA and DHEC approval.

      Thanks for any sales you might have.
      George Owen, MAI

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