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COLUMBUS, Ohio, October 24, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A Baltimore-based medical waste hauler is generating electricity by burning the bodies of aborted children, Created Equal is reporting.

According to an informant outside the Baltimore, Maryland Planned Parenthood, Curtis Bay Energy is receiving, transferring, and burning aborted babies for energy, the pro-life group says.

Curtis Bay Energy and Curtis Bay Medical Waste Services have the same Baltimore address.

Many bio-waste haulers can’t afford their own incinerators, Created Equal said in a statement late last week, and so Curtis Bay is a drop-off site for other medical waste companies that service abortion centers.

According to Curtis Bay’s website, “We manage the largest medical waste incinerator in the US and the only facility in the Northeast Region that utilizes Waste-to-Energy incineration to safely convert infectious/biomedical waste and non-hazardous pharmaceuticals into useful energy.”

“In other words, Curtis Bay Energy, who services much of the east coast, converts aborted babies into electricity for use in households and businesses in the Baltimore, MD area,” Created Equal states.

LifeSiteNews did not hear back on an inquiry to Curtis Bay to confirm specifics of the Created Equal report.

“In third world countries, they throw abandoned babies in mass graves and landfills,” Created Equal National Director Mark Harrington said. “In America we are much more sophisticated but just as barbaric. We kill babies by ‘doctors’ in ‘surgical centers,’ and ‘medical waste’ companies dispose of them by burning them for electricity. It doesn’t get any sicker than this!”

Curtis Bay also says it generates the lowest carbon footprint compared to other waste processing technologies, and boasts “unparalleled” “cradle to grave” services.

Created Equal is asking concerned pro-life supporters to contact Curtis Bay CEO Jack Perko at 443-681-5403 or email him to respectfully inquire into the company’s practice of burning aborted children for energy.

Create Equal has been working to raise awareness for more than two years about medical waste hauling companies collaborating with the abortion industry via its #ProjectWeakLink campaign.