Stericycle

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Stericycle is a corporation founded in 1989 in the U.S.A. which operates internationally, picking up medical waste from medical facilities and disposing of it. Stericycle is noted for its involvement with the abortion industry, collecting the remains of aborted children and taking them to be incinerated.

About

Formed in 1989, Stericycle's primary business comprises disposal services for medical and biohazardous waste. The corporation serves hospitals, laboratories, physician practices, dental clinics, long-term care facilities, as well as numerous other businesses, facilities, and healthcare providers that generate sharps or potentially infectious material. Within the United States, Stericycle maintain the nation’s largest network of medical waste transport vehicles, collection sites, and treatment facilities. Globally, Stericycle operates medical waste services in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Romania, Spain, and Portugal.[1]

Stericycle & Planned Parenthood

A Stericycle truck at Prevention Park Health Center, an abortion facility operated by Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast on Sep. 25, 2012

Stericycle representatives have informed individuals at the "Campaign to Stop Stericycle" that Planned Parenthood is one of Stericycle’s largest clients and that Stericycle services “multiple regions of Planned Parenthood.”[2] Planned Parenthood—Northeast Ohio’s records show that it has used only Stericycle to dispose of its medical waste (including aborted fetuses) since April 2014, and Planned Parenthood's legal counsel confirmed this to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.[3] Despite this, Stericycle's Vice-President of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs Selin Hoboy insists that Stericycle “does not accept fetuses”Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag This is merely a semantic ploy. According to the policy, Stericycle does not accept “complete human remains,” which includes fetuses.Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag

Board of Directors

As at Jan. 2015, the following were served on the board for the corporation:[4]

References

  1. Stericycle: About Us (accessed on Jan. 14, 2013)
  2. Stop Stericycle: FAQ (accessed on Jan. 14, 2013)
  3. Planned Parenthood Investigation Summary Regarding Disposal of Aborted Fetuses (accessed on Feb. 9, 2016)
  4. Stericycle: Board of Directors (accessed on Jan. 28, 2015)