The emergence of environmental management as an important discipline in addition to its honored role as an empirical set of procedures and guidelines is not just challenging,it is exciting too. Solid and liquid waste management has registered a phenomenal growth during last four decades and has a vital role in solving the bewildering problem of pollution- a problem which has to be solved in the near future; otherwise, the civilization is bound to record a great disaster in the history of mankind has ever recorded. The current trends in solid and liquid waste management encompasses "reuse, regeneration, recovery and recycling"- a plausible solution for the never ending problems of an industrialized society.Consequently, the need and demands include: thedevelopment of modern methodologies and technologiesto provide various alternatives which are not onlycost-effective but also eco-friendly. This bookcomprises of nine chapters each of which is furtherdivided into sections and sub-sections for properconvenience and understanding of the work anddiscussion. Though extensive work has been reportedon secondary sources, the technologies proposedherein will open up a new vista.