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COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 1, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – In a press release, Stericycle, the world’s largest waste hauler, announced the retirement of top-level executives including its CEO Charles Alutto. For several years, Created Equal’s innovative Project Weak Link has been exposing top management for participating in America’s abortion industry. 


Despite dropping contracts with hundreds of abortion facilities, Stericycle continues to lie about its transportation and disposal of fetal remains. Created Equal’s message continues to be clear: Stericycle must dump the abortion cartel altogether or face continued public exposure, humiliation, and more criminal charges. 

“We are praying that the new CEO and board members might have a new willingness to drop Planned Parenthood and the abortion cartel. Maybe now Stericycle will come to understand that collaboration with the abortion industry is immoral and bad for business,” said Mark Harrington, President of Created Equal.

Stericycle’s stock has plummeted during this campaign, Created Equal noted.

Created Equal says Project Weak Link will keep the pressure on all medical waste companies until none of them enable the abortion industry.


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