Q: Why are you targeting Curtis Bay Energy?
A: After Curtis Bay Energy recently began servicing Orlando Women’s Center, an infamous abortion facility owned by notorious abortionist James Pendergraft, it was discovered that Curtis Bay Energy has been collecting abortion “waste” from nearly all of Pendergraft’s facilities in Florida. Numerous attempts were made to discuss our concerns with Curtis Bay Energy President Steven Groenke, but he failed to respond. Therefore, he will now have to hear from the public regarding the company’s furtherance of the abortion holocaust and their blood money profiteering. Without help from Curtis Bay Energy and businesses like it, the abortion industry would collapse.
Q: How do you suggest that abortionists dispose of the bodies if Curtis Bay Energy does not pick them up?
A: That isn’t up to us. The real question should be: How do we end the worldwide abortion holocaust? Just like it was wrong for businesses to aid the Nazis during the Jewish Holocaust, businesses must not be enablers of evil activity today. The murder of millions of innocent children is able to continue largely because Curtis Bay Energy – and other companies like it – help abortion mills to operate. If businesses would refuse to service the abortion industry out of ethical integrity, then the doors of these killing centers would soon close and the murder of millions of innocent children would come to an end. A number of companies have already done so, and it is well past time for Curtis Bay Energy to do likewise.
Q: What alternatives are there to Curtis Bay Energy?
A: There are a number of alternatives for those in the medical industry that need to dispose of regulated medical waste. Click here for a list of medical waste management companies that do not service the abortion industry. Additionally, alternate methods of disposal include autoclaving, which some medical facilities perform on-site.