Solid waste management aims to reduce health hazards for inhabitants and to maintain a pollution-free environment. Waste management includes the three Rs: reducing, recycling, and reusing the trash produced around the globe. The cumulative processing of materials from refused waste into new products is recycling. During recycling, two facts to be considered are the amount of energy saved and the ratio of cost to benefit, which depends on the type of recyclate and the energy needed to recycle. Reuse is using a discarded item again for its originally intended use or repurposing the item. Biogenic rejects are key factors for reprocessors in nature of biodegradation. Pyrolysis is an endothermic process that thermochemically decomposes organic biomass at high temperatures in anaerobic conditions. Types of waste subjected to pyrolysis are municipal solid waste, tires, wood, paper, kitchen waste, and so on. The resource recovery sector incorporates waste management teams extensively working with environmental concern.