by Lisa Bourne, LifeSiteNews.com
The country’s largest waste hauler confirmed that it has ceased doing business with hundreds of customers, “including many Planned Parenthood locations,” in the wake of a pro-life group’s campaign to stop the disposal of aborted children.
Medical waste firm Stericyle, Inc. ended business agreements with more than 400 customers in recent years, the company said in court papers, because the companies did not certify they would comply with an agreement to not use Stericycle to dispose of aborted babies.
This was affirmed in a June letter from Stericycle CEO Charles Alutto to Ohio-based pro-life group Created Equal.
In response to Created Equal’s May inquiry into the status of Stericycle’s relationship with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry, Alutto clarified that Stericycle’s policy of not accepting fetal remains for disposal applied to all fetal remains versus simply intact fetuses.
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