The media have gone into a frenzy over a ground breaking European Court of Justice ruling that patients can sue for illnesses they believe were caused by jabs claiming that it opens the door to a flood of baseless cases.
In fact, there is plenty of medical proof or scientific proof that vaccines are harmful, including the fact that many flu vaccines have to be disposed according to hazardous waste rules in the USA and elsewhere.
Robert Kennedy Jr and Robert De Niro are offering a 100 000 dollar reward to anyone who can prove the vaccines are safe. As far as I know, none of the Big Pharma companies is taking up the challenge of tracking the short, medium and long term side effects across a wide range parameters in a study with vaccinated and non vaccinated groups.
While requirements for medical waste disposal are regulated by state environmental agencies, any medications with a hazardous categorization fall under the purview of the EPA’s Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).1 RCRA rules are intended to keep toxic waste, such as mercury, from polluting ground water. Pharmacies must dispose of full or partially used vaccines that are deemed hazardous under RCRA via RCRA-hazardous waste containers, or black bins.
Identifying RCRA-Hazardous Waste
According to the EPA, waste that is not specifically listed is still deemed hazardous if it exhibits characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity.2 Given its toxicity, mercury is classified as a toxic hazardous waste under the code D009. Any product with a mercury concentration of 0.2 mg/liter or greater is considered hazardous solid waste. This applies to vaccines that use thimerosal, a mercury derivative, as a preservative.