We actually see plastic soda rings a lot less than we used to, with many companies opting for the cardboard boxes that are made fridge-convenient. However, they are still in existence, and this is because people still buy them. They are cheap to make and hold soda cans together, and, in many cases, corporations have little concern for the environmental impact of their product. Plus, in the end, cutting the rings in half supposedly makes them safe for marine life if they do make their way into the ocean.
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