About US

About Us

The Story Behind Our Green Purpose

Raised in a quaint little town, my house was the picture of elysian countryside peace with its surrounding lush green wheat fields, seasonal vegetables, and farmers taking their cattle out for regular grazing. However, the fields were quickly replaced by industries and concrete structures. The home I once knew gradually changed, the greenery slowly dwindled, but to everyone else, this was called development and progress. When I relocated from a small village to a major city in pursuit of work, I was met by more concrete structures and glaring light. I yearned for those beautiful green fields and a slower pace of life, as I still do to this very day.

While I realise that returning to the days of lush green fields is unlikely, I started mulling over the possibility of bringing a little of that green life to the city. This led me to ask a recurring question: How can we change our habits to lessen our negative environmental impact? Establishing sustainability as part of everyone’s day-to-day existence through fun and activities eventually became a solution that should empower everyone to create their own ‘Eco-Statement’.

My hope for environmental development is that “sustainable education and circular design commodities” become as popular as the latest fancy purse, iPhone, or fashion statement. Thus, with that aim and vision, marks the birth of our brand, “The Eco-Statement”.

~ Sangeeta, Founder, The Eco-Statement

Our Areas of Focus



Enjoy a wide roster of our games and workshops covering a myriad of topics about Sustainability, in a fun environment that fosters engaging holistic learning.



We curate products that are sustainable, made following the principles of Circular Design (Trash to Treasure) to help make your lives more sustainable.

We aim to alter the narrative on waste by creating games and holding educational workshops to show that anybody can have a positive influence on their community by influencing people to decrease waste and think about their impact on the globe.

Our Impact


Successful workshops on the topic of Sustainability.


Audience of various groups reached through our workshops.


Children engaged through our Games.

What our Community is Saying

  • “My son also prefers the RecycleRight Card game... and it allows him to know what can /cannot be recycled. (ESP Styrofoam)”


    Product Manager & mother of 2

  • “My daughter has been playing it almost every day! And keeps asking her brothers to play with her! She can memorise the answers to the cards! 😂 The game definitely sends the recycling messages across effectively!”


    Counsellor & Mother of 4

  • “I played with my niece, and she enjoyed it. She is 6 years old. There were some words that I needed to explain to her, but she was quite interested in the concept.”


    Early Education Expert & mother of 1 year old

  • “I played it only once with my 6-year-old daughter. And then she played it by herself many many times! She loves it!”

    Sarada Raghavan

    Entrepreneur & mother of 6-year-old

  • My daugher enjoys the RecycleRight cards. She developed her own version: we use the A4 paper & draw recycling/donation/general waste bin & plce them on a table. 1 person reads out a card from the deck & the others quickly slam their hands on the correct bin. The hand who is right at the bottom gets the card and the person with most cards wins.


    Founder susGain

  • “We had good fun playing the RecycleRight game. We played as a family. Good thing is our 3-year-old daughter also understands it so we could play as a family.”

    Reshmi Mathew

    Strategy Consultant & mother of 3 & 6yo

  • “An absolutely fun way of learning about recycling..not just for kids!! A great idea for goodie bags or party bags at birthday parties.. who knew that learning how to "RecycleRight" could be such fun! :) -”

    Archana Shastri

    Audit/Risk Professional and mother of 7 year old

  • “My 5yo absolutely loved the Karang Guni Trail ® game. This is such an amazing way to talk about recycling with kids yet in the most fun way, in a way that they completely relate by playing snakes and ladders. Amazing concept of the game. Would certainly recommend to anyone who wants to introduce recycling to kids in a simple fun way.”

    Payal Mittal

    (Entrepreneur and mother of 2)