In another victory for the preborn and the Campaign to Stop Stericycle (CSS), a medical waste company in Central Florida has decided to distance itself from the abortion industry.
John Barros, a pro-life sidewalk counselor from the Orlando area, recently reported to CSS that Advanced Medical Disposal of Clearwater, Florida made their last service stop to the Orlando Women’s Center. CSS had been alerting the public about Advanced Medical Disposal as they were listed on the CSS website as an abortion collaborator. The campaign also contacted management earlier this year about their concerns over the company’s partnership with the abortion provider. Advanced Medical Disposal’s involvement with Orlando Women’s Center then began to adversely affect the company’s business.
Orlando Women’s Center had previously used the medical waste giant Stericycle for the disposal of aborted babies and the tools used to kill them (see CSS photos posted on March 20, 2010), but for unknown reasons, Stericycle stopped servicing the location. Advanced Medical Disposal then entered into an agreement with the abortion facility and began assisting with the collection of the “waste.”
However, two weeks ago, Advanced Medical Disposal made known that it was not going to renew its agreement with Orlando Women’s Center. Barros reports that during the last visit, the driver informed him, “We’re not coming here anymore,” and that abortion staff had been begging the company to continue to service them, but that it declined to do so. John then asked the driver if he could pray for him, and then layed hands on him and prayed.
It has been reported that Orlando Women’s Center is currently unable to find a company that will pick up their “waste.” As a result, CSS has filed a formal complaint against the facility over concerns regarding the potential stockpiling of aborted babies and other biohazardous waste on the premises due to their lack of a medical waste service provider. The goal of the campaign is to lead to the closure of abortion facilities due to their inability to operate legally.
Orlando Women’s Center has been in the news on several occasions for its unlawful practices, including the well-known Baby Rowan case, in which staff members ignored cries for help from a mother who gave birth to a baby boy in the restroom, leaving him to die. Read a report from WorldNetDaily about the horrifying incident here. The abortion facility is owned by notorious abortionist James Pendergraft, who also oversees four other locations in Florida. Pendergraft has had his “medical” license suspended four times, has been fined tens of thousands of dollars and was forced to pay over $36 million this year in a botched abortion case. Since he has been punished for performing illegal late-term abortions in Florida, Pendergraft recently decided to open a new late-term abortion facility in the Washington, D.C. tri-state area.
Without the help of medical waste companies, the abortion industry would collapse. CSS has been exhorting several companies to stop furthering the holocaust of the preborn. The campaign promises to continue to expose and reprove all medical waste service providers that facilitate the evils of abortion, and is thankful that Advanced Medical Disposal has ended its collaboration with the abortion industry.
“My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not. If they say, ‘Come with us. Let us lay wait for blood. Let us lurk privily for the innocent without cause. Let us swallow them up alive as the grave, and whole as those that go down into the pit. We shall find all precious substance. We shall fill our houses with spoil. Cast in thy lot among us. Let us all have one purse.’ My son, walk not thou in the way with them. Refrain thy foot from their path, for their feet run to evil and make haste to shed blood.” - Proverbs 1:10-16
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