Mill Creek Environmental (MCE) has completed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for the property located in northern Indiana. The Phase I ESA was performed in accordance with the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard Practice E1527-13. The subject property is composed of a little more than 1-acre with a single-story commercial building totaling 5,000 square feet. At the time of this assessment, the subject property was occupied by a local paint store. According to interviews and review of historical documentation, the subject property was undeveloped land dating back to before 1952, and was developed with the existing structure in 2006 and has been occupied by the same paint store since that time. The subject property was identified in the RCRA- Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) and Facility Index System (FINDS) databases regarding the generation of “ignitable waste” at the subject property. No violations were reported regarding this listing and no evidence of improper waste handling or disposal was observed at the subject property during this assessment. Off-site properties were indentified in the databases reviewed, however the listings appear to have a low potential to impact the subject property. MCE’s site reconnaissance did not identify any recognized environmental conditions (RECs) in connection with the subject property or adjoining properties.