Driver Exposes Medical Waste Firm Incinerating Aborted Children: “There’s A Lot of Money in Burning Babies”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Sep 20, 2018   |   10:40AM   |   Washington, DC

A new interview with a former employee of the medical waste firm Stericycle exposes more questionable dealings between the company and abortion facilities.

“There’s a lot of money in burning babies,” the employee told Created Equal in a video interview released Thursday. “It’s very, very shady. I couldn’t do it. I resigned yesterday, and I’m turning in my uniforms today. Because I can’t be associated with that.”

The former waste company driver said Stericycle continues to receive, transport and dispose of aborted babies. He said one of the aborted babies that he saw looked bigger than his premature niece.

He continued:

I saw them (clinic workers) taking a fetus out of the freezer, head, legs, arms, putting it in a box and they put a yellow sticker, a shipping label on it. And that indicates incinerate that box.

Normally if something’s incinerated, especially from an abortion clinic, it’s about $800 to $900 per box. The motivation is there, and the motivation is money. Plain and simple.

When I started, there was a white sticker on that container which that means, that waste can go to the landfill. I knew that it was supposed to have a yellow sticker to be incinerated. So there’s no telling how many body parts are in the landfill.

Under the table they’re getting hundreds of dollars per fetus to destroy them. And that’s the motivation to break the law and meet them off site, that sort of thing.

(WARNING: Video below includes graphic images.)

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Another former employee also spoke to Created Equal in August about the disturbing practice he witnessed on the job.

“I watched them pull [the babies] out of the freezer with gloves on, put it in the red bag which is the bag they’re supposed to and tape the box closed … I didn’t want to look at it. Not at all. I believe if I would’ve looked at it, I just probably would’ve walked off the job,” the driver said. A few months later, he did quit, according to the pro-life group.

Stericycle is the largest bio-waste company in America. Created Equal and other pro-life groups have been calling on the company to end its work with abortion facilities for years after repeatedly filming its trucks picking up waste outside abortion facilities.

“Unless Stericycle refuses to enable abortion facilities in collecting, transporting, and disposing of fetal remains, as well as the instruments used to kill them and other waste, we will never stop exposing them to the public,” the pro-life group said in a statement.

Earlier this year, whistle blowers uncovered ongoing, allegedly illegal transactions of aborted baby body parts between a Greenville, South Carolina abortion facility and Stericycle. On three separate occasions, video was captured showing a representative of Greenville Women’s Clinic allegedly illegally transporting dead babies in a passenger car and transferring the aborted baby body parts to a Stericycle waste truck at a local gas station.

The transactions caught the attention of state health department officials. Five different transactions are referenced in a March 6, 2018 Notice of Alleged Violations from the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control to Greenville Women’s Center and Stericycle.

In July, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control fined the company nearly $10,000.

Created Equal is asking concerned citizens to contact Stericycle CEO Charles Alutto at (847) 607-2004 and tell him to stop working with abortion facilities.