No, it is not.
As pointed out by Jon.G’s answer the picture is from "elsewhere" and is part of "something else".
But in the U.S. at least there are two main problems (though I suppose you could argue that a clinic is breaking the law).
I don't support these ideas I am just listing them, so please no flamewars. Also, it's very hard to find data on abortions in the US as it's a controversial topic
- Medical waste has to be disposed of in a "correct" manner. Failing to do so could cost you huge fines. You could lose your medical license, and in some extreme cases, you could go to jail. *
- At the very least what's left after an abortion would be considered "tissue" and would need to be treated as medical waste.
- BUT Fetal tissue is extremely valuable. * It is used for many things and is generally collected (donated, though not always).
- Most states have laws that specifically state how remains are to be handled (Example).
- Some states require that the remains be handled just like you would a birthed human. *
In short, there is no incentive to throw away aborted fetuses in the U.S. There are laws against it, and economic incentive to use the tissue in other ways. That doesn't mean that some places don't break the laws, or are in areas where the laws are less pointed. But even in those situations, the tissue would generally be sold (or "donated") for large sums of money.