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The 'Eco Six-Pack Ring' is Crafted from Barley and Wheat

 - Jan 29, 2018
References: e6pr & yankodesign
The plastic ring that's used to keep beer cans clustered together are notorious for being a waste and potential hazard for small animals once disposed, so the 'Eco Six-Pack Ring' has been created as a new alternative.

Also known as the 'E6PR,' the can ring is compromised of barley and wheat which enables it to be fully compostable. This means it can be tossed in the garden after you have finished drinking your beer or fully break down once it has been disposed of through municipal programs.

The 'Eco Six-Pack Ring' identifies the need for more eco-friendly packaging designs as brands look to reduce their waste and show consumers that they are committed to changing the way that products are contained.