The employees of the Davis County Energy Recovery District are continuing their outstanding safety record - 965 days without a lost-time accident.
Plant manager Jack Schmidt said that string could reach the 1,000 day mark sometime in July."This has saved the district a lot of money," Schmidt said. "It takes real dedication to maintain that safety record."
District board chairman H. Arthur Johnson of Kaysville agreed. "We think that's great," he said.
Schmidt said the district, composed of burn plant and landfill employees, will have some sort of special recognition if the 1,000 day (more than 2.5 years) goal is reached.