What is a Hazardous Material?

 A hazardous material is any item or agent (biological, chemical, radiological, and/or physical) which can potentially cause harm to humans, animals, or the environment, either by itself or through interaction with other factors.


Rules to follow about Hazardous Policy

 Vendors with hazardous lists must comply with all Federal, state, and local regulations. Also, sellers must ensure they ship the item according to Department of Transportation requirements and applicable laws.

Examples of Products allowed on Bedibaz

  •  Batteries without mercury.
  • Rechargeable batteries.
  • The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified portable fuel containers.
  •  If the material can be shipped by standard shipping services and is not prohibited by local laws or regulations, then it can be listed.
  •  If hazardous materials have specific shipping restrictions required by the shipping provider, these must be outlined in the item description.

Prohibited Hazardous Materials

  • Anything that you cannot ship through a regular shipping provider.
  • Explosives (fireworks or sparklers).
  • Flammable items.
  • Gases.
  • Radioactive material.
  • Toxic substances.
  • Fire extinguishers that contain carbon tetrachloride.
  • Non-government-approved refrigerants.
  • Radioactive materials.
  • Combustible materials like black powder caps for toy guns, explosive fuses, fireworks, exploding targets, flares, flash paper, red phosphorous, gasoline, Thermite.
  • Hazardous materials are banned by a selected shipping provider (sellers should check with them before listing an item).

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