Mediterranean fruit industry represent an important income resources for south Mediterranean country economy. The increasing demand is associated with severe requirement in terms of quality. This condition generates an increasing use of pesticides in the field and at post harvest level. The presence of such substances in the environment could harm the health of consumers and animal and reduce the quality of soil or water. This book elaborate an electrochemical process of obsolete stocks pesticide degradation. Our work demonstrated that the pesticide can be electrochemically removed from aqueous solutions using SnO2, and BDD anodes. They found that current density influence is remarkably clear on the BDD electrodes where it was evident that the most efficient current density toward a complete pesticide mineralization was reached with the application of 60 mA.cm-2.