A medical waste disposal company that recently stopped contracting with a notorious late-term abortionist appears to still be working with the nation’s largest abortion chain, Planned Parenthood.
In June, Biomedical Waste Services, Inc. (BWS) listened to pro-life advocates’ concerns and decided to stop hauling and disposing aborted babies from Leroy Carhart’s late-term abortion facility in Maryland.
But it looks like the company still may be contracting with other abortion facilities.
Mark Harrington, president and founder of Created Equal, said they captured a video of one of the company’s trucks at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Richmond, Virginia on May 17.
“We applaud BWS for severing their relationship with America’s most notorious late-term abortionist,” Harrington said. “However, Created Equal has evidence that they continue to dispose of aborted children and the instruments used to kill them for several other abortion centers in the region.”
He noted that abortion facilities depend on medical waste companies to get rid of aborted babies bodies. Without these companies, some abortion facilities would have to close, he said.
He urged Biomedical Waste Services, Inc. to stop working with Planned Parenthood and any other abortion businesses. He also asked pro-lifers to contact the company and “ask that they stop doing the abortionists’ dirty work at abortion facilities. Of course, be respectful but as firm as this matter demands.”
Harrington provided the contact information for the company: (410) 437-6590. He also encouraged people to sign a petition that will be sent to the company.