Pfizer vaccine manufacturing plant spills more than 1,000 gallons of harmful METHYLENE CHLORIDE chemical

A vaccine manufacturing facility in Michigan owned by drug giant Pfizer spilled more than 1,000 gallons of a harmful chemical, prompting authorities to issue an advisory.

Pfizer’s facility in Kalamazoo reportedly spilled an estimated 1,057 gallons of methylene chloride within the processing area of the manufacturing facility, FOX 17 reported. The discharged colorless liquid was placed into a dedicated drain that runs to the Kalamazoo Water Reclamation Plant (KWRP) for treatment. The KWRP is designed and permitted to treat a maximum of 291 gallons of methylene chloride daily, roughly a quarter of the amount of methylene chloride that spilled.

According to the New York-based drug firm, the Kalamazoo facility is “the largest manufacturing site in the Pfizer network.” Measuring 1,300 acres, the facility is in charge of manufacturing active pharmaceutical ingredients, drug products and medical devices. (Related: FDA dismisses dangerous DNA contamination of COVID vaccines after allowing Pfizer to change its manufacturing process.)

Given this, city officials warned residents to stay away from the Kalamazoo River in the form of a no-contact advisory (NCA). The said NCA advised people to avoid contact with the stretch of the river from Paterson Street Bridge to the Davis Avenue Bridge in Cooper Township.

“We decided to issue [an] NCA for the stretch of river impacted by the methylene chloride release as a precautionary measure,” said Kalamazoo County Health Officer Jim Rutherford. “This advisory will remain in effect until further investigation and sampling indicates that there is no risk to public health.”

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However, it is highly unlikely that the methylene chloride spill won’t pose a risk to Kalamazoo residents. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the chemical is considered to be “a potential occupational carcinogen.” It added: “The most common means of exposure to methylene chloride is inhalation and skin exposure.”

Kalamazoo plant also made COVID-19 injections

Incidentally, the Kalamazoo plant also made the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines for Pfizer as disclosed by independent journalist Texas Lindsay. She cited a piece on the Big Pharma firm’s own website as evidence of this.

According to the Pfizer article, two facilities – the Kalamazoo location and another in Puurs, Belgium – were “swiftly selected for developing the processes and manufacturing” the COVID-19 injections after Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech agreed to collaborate on the vaccine. “Both plants had the space, the know-how, the people and the equipment to get to work right away,” it added.

“Working in tandem, the teams at Puurs and Kalamazoo ordered equipment and vessels they thought they’d need. [They also] started changing existing filling lines; building formulations booths and new filling lines; constructing packaging lines and a ‘freezer farm;’ while recruiting and training new colleagues.”

The piece also recounted that the Kalamazoo plant had an existing formulation area already being used to produce two life-saving medications. To avoid any shortages of those two medications, Pfizer went into overdrive to make them before the said area was converted for vaccine production.

Since that 2020 agreement, the Kalamazoo site has been expanded. Pfizer has purchased almost 600 large freezers to store batches of COVID-19 vaccines. It has also built two additional formulation suites for the vaccine using 13,000 square feet of modular rooms shipped from Texas.

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