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

Education

Education

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.

Education

Curation

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

25+

Successful workshops on the topic of Sustainability.

600+

Audience of various groups reached through our workshops.

3000+

Children engaged through our Games.

What our Community is Saying

  • The game is comprehensive and fun to play. We can learn recycling and environmental knowledge while having fun. We had a great bonding time with our classmates while we learnt the different environmental knowledge from one another.

    Students

    Primary School

  • It was a good opportunity for the Green Champions to lead in the conduct of the game. The pack of Recycle Right cards is compact & small, It is very convenient to carry around.

    Teachers

    Primary School

  • The students enjoyed playing the game. It was also simple enough; allows deeper understanding & awareness of the classification of the types of recycled materials. It was a good opportunity for the Green Champions to lead in the conduct of the game. The pack of Recycle Right cards is compact & small, It is very convenient to carry around.

    Teachers

    Primary School

  • “The Karang Guni Trail brings our little ones on a sustainability trail. It is an age-appropriate board game that is realistic and helps children to learn more about sustainability in a fun way!”

    Ms Jean Ong

    an Early Childhood Educator

  • “The recycling workshop was such a meaningful, engaging and interesting experience for the children as well as teachers. The K1 & K2 teachers shared that children were looking out for the 'Blue Bin' while they were on their weekly visit to the United World College of South East Asia later that day.So much so that the teachers there asked "Why so much interest in the blue bin?" Some of the students shared that they told their parents about the workshop. Some managed to deposit an item in the recycling bin near their homes during the weekend!!”

    Ms Amirah

    from 4PM Kindergarten

  • “Students were able to play the games with no prior instructions. The games helped the students to learn about correct behaviours of Recycling, items that can and cannot be recycled. The donations cards helped the students to realise that not all items need to be thrown but can be re-used. As the RecycleRight card game has color-coded cards printed with 1 image per card of recyclables & non-recyclables, it helped the students learn more about different kinds of paper products that can/cannot be recycled. After playing the games, students were able to apply the learning and create impactful messages about RecycleRight that will be displayed in the school.”

    Priya

    Priya