Praise Brewery for Developing Edible Six-Pack Rings

Target: Peter Agardy, Co-Owner of Saltwater Brewery

Goal: Thank company for coming up with innovative solution to pollution caused by plastic six-pack rings.

A brewery has come up with a truly revolutionary solution to combat the dangerous waste produced by disposal plastic six-pack rings for cans. Saltwater Brewery in Florida has been thinking outside the box and made a successful discovery; the brewery has developed edible six-pack rings.

For years, plastic six-pack rings have polluted our oceans and caused injury and death to countless sea animals including turtles, fish and even birds. Saltwater Brewery used brewing byproducts to develop six-pack rings that can be eaten by humans or marine life, or will dissolve if not eaten.

Sign this petition and thank the company for developing this progressive solution.


Dear Mr. Agardy,

The spotlight has recently been shining on your brewery due to your new development. Your unique thinking has lead to edible six-pack rings.

Plastic six-pack rings have been a major pollution problem for years. The plastic rings have injured and killed countless animals including birds, turtles and fish.

Thank you for thinking outside the box and coming up with this solution. I hope your idea takes off and you share your secret with the rest of the brewing world.


[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Carey de Concha

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