Most countries of the world, Especially the developing nations, are facing the grim situation arising out of environmental pollution due to natural waste arising from increasing populations ignorance and the consequent rapid growth in the more care on natural resources and waste management. India is no exception to this and it is estimated that there are more than 15,000 tonnes of natural resource waste management in the country. As per studies conducted in India, the average natural resource generation is in the range of 1.5 to 2 kg per day. As per the study carried out in Mumbai, it was found the average natural resource waste generated is 1.15 kg /per day and of which nearly 45% of the waste is of invaluable nature. India generate around three million tonnes of natural resource wastes every year and the amount is expected to grow at eight per cent annually. The first step in progressive states such as Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are making efforts despite opposition. NGOs have any effective system to safeguard natural resources waste with no care or caution, these natural wealth establishments have been in doldrums in action out in the open. Public spirited men have promoting unauthorised natural resource waste by the strenuous action for some years now.