The fireworks ban announced today has hardly any consequences for online stores. Fireworks may be sold online, but not delivered to your home.
Customers must always be able to pick up the order. This applies not only to heavier fireworks, but also to category 1 fireworks (such as stars and peas).
Strict requirements have also been set for the storage of fireworks. That is why fireworks sales are still a physical affair.
Fireworks retailers are deeply touched that there will still be a national ban on the sale and setting off of fireworks, just like a year ago. Initially, the cabinet wanted to spare the fireworks entrepreneurs.
The Pyrotechnics Netherlands Association (BPN) sees ‘no demonstrable link with the expected pressure on healthcare’ and fears that consumers will find their way to illegal fireworks that are offered via social media.
Illegal fireworks have become increasingly heavy and therefore more dangerous in recent decades. They are basically dangerous explosives, sometimes not inferior to the power of a hand grenade, warns the Police.
Source: Nieuws – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.
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