The present study attempts to understand to what extent biomass application can be useful to treat industrial effluent so as to isolate heavy metals. The researcher has carried out various laboratory experiments to identify suitable methods. The present report is documentable of the work discussion on previous literature, methodology and the relevance. Heavy metals are present in nature and industrial wastewater. Due to their mobility in natural water ecosystems and toxicity, the presence of heavy metals in surface water and ground water has become a major inorganic contamination problem. Discharge and treatment of industrial wastewater containing heavy metals are important issues in environmental protection. Various industries produce and discharge wastes containing different heavy metals into the environment. Biosorption is a property of certain types of microbial biomass to concentrate heavy metals from aqueous solution. This is new research to use of blue green and green algae, which are growing on automobile industrial effluent naturally and we can to use them for removal of the heavy metals.