1057 Trackout Control Practices (Published 7/2018)


Mary Anne Lowndes, Sponsor, WDNR

Amy Minser, Team Leader, WDNR

Theresa Caven, City of Brookfield

Greg Fries, City of Madison

Kim Gonzalez, WDNR

Chris Homburg, Homburg Inc.

Brent Jalonen, Calumet County LWCD

Jeff Mazanec, R.A. Smith National, Inc.



If you have questions regarding this standard, contact SOC Program Manager Kate Brunner at soc@wisconsinlandwater.org or the Team Leader, Amy Minser, at Amy.Minser@wisconsin.gov.


Custodian: WDNR

Goal: Revise 1057, Stone Tracking Pad & Tire Washing (now known as Trackout Control Practices). This revision team will update criteria based on current construction processes, best available research, and professional experience. Updates are intended to:

  1. Protect water quality by keeping soil on site.
  2. Reach better compliance with NR 151.
  3. Create practical solutions for all sites.
  4. Examine new technologies.

To achieve these, the team will consider site and construction variables such as vehicle sizes and weights, construction phases, site constraints, soil types, and ways to avoid driving in/moving sediment (e.g., stabilization). Where appropriate, a variety of options may be provided.

The team will also focus on improving operation and management criteria.

Initial Review Completed: March 2018

Broad Review Completed: May 2018

Publication Date: July 2018 – Click here to view the final standard

Training:  A recording of the October 18, 2018 webinar is available for viewing.  Representatives of the standard team will also be presenting at various conferences in winter 2018-2019.

Work Team Status: This team began meeting in August 2017. Meetings were held approximately monthly and continued regularly until the standard was completed. More details on meetings, including agendas and minutes, is available in the left sidebar.

Team Resources and Drafts: Click here (password protected)