With increasing speed of household activities, developing sphere of consumption, social sector, the more serious and sharp problem occurs with the industrial and household wastes. Collection and especially utilization is the significant task for averting from pollution of the environment. Turkmenistan belongs to the Commonwealth Independent States (CIS) which economy is in transition to the market economy. As in many developing countries as in CIS, due to lack of awareness, weak public participation, ability and poor separation of domestic and municipal wastes, toxic wastes are frequently mixed with domestic and municipal wastes and disposed together in an uncontrolled manner. After this and other operations, it has resulted in contamination of underground water. Solid waste in Turkmen towns and nearby country side is maintained, collected and delivered to the dumps and incinerator in Rukhabad. The worse situation is in remote villages where solid waste from household activities is generated and disposed around residential areas. As urban population grows, it becomes more of a challenge to handle increasing quantities of waste in more congested cities.