Kevin Schrems is a compliance and enforcement case coordinator with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD), in Lansing, MI. He has worked for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality since 2012. His expertise is in land or resource use restrictions under the Environmental Remediation (Part 201) and Leaking Underground Storage Tank (Part 213) programs, including restrictive covenants, notices, and road right-of-way instruments. Kevin also is responsible for reviewing post closure agreements as part of No Further Action submittals under Part 201. Kevin is a member of the RRD's Institutional Controls Technical and Program Support team, which develops guidance and model documents for land or resource use restrictions to assure consistent statewide implementation. He is also a member of the Interstate Technical and Regulatory Council's Long Term Contaminant Management Using Institutional Controls team, which developed a guidance document that describes the elements of an institutional control management program based on successes from established programs from states, federal agency programs, and other available innovative tools. Kevin earned a Bachelor of Science degree, with honor, in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI in 2006, a Master of Environmental Law and Policy degree from Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT in 2008, and a Juris Doctor degree from Vermont Law School in South Royalton, VT in 2011.