In a country with a rapid population growth rate and huge inflow of tourists such as was the case with Zambia, in the year 2007, environmental issues needed to be checked and monitored closely. One such environmental issue that needed attention at the time of writing in 2007 was Waste Management. The purpose of this study, therefore, was to explore the role of Environmental Education (EE) in Waste Management for the Zambian Hospitality Industry of Lusaka urban. The study revealed that institutions responsible for the provision of EE to the hospitality industry had no specific or designed waste management EE curriculum for the hospitality industry. Instead, they offered a general sensitization program to the entire community, which did not meet the EE requirements of the hospitality industry. As a result of such generality, most of the hotel/lodge staff knew very little or nothing at all about professional issues of waste management. Hence, the poor waste management practices being practiced by the hospitality industry could be attributed partly to the lack of an EE policy in the industry.