Have you ever been to a bar or restaurant in which the waitress clears the table by picking up everything in the tablecloth and throwing it all out together? It's terribly wasteful, of course, but that tidying up process is so enticingly easy.
The Plate-Oh! offers you the same convenience on a smaller scale, serving up the possibility of simply peeling off the top layer of your soiled crockery. Underneath nine of the separate sheets is a perfectly clean surface on which you can place your next course or tomorrow's supper.
Sahar Madanat Haddad's concept is primarily an alternative to paper plates. The Plate-Oh! is made of surprisingly strong and very thin biodegradable material that can be composted with the remainder of your meal to keep from fattening up landfills.