EMS: Environmental management system. Hospital waste—improperly disposed— deadly menace to public health. Pilot study 10 people—given questionnaire. To test knowledge of dental waste 5 categories (Doctors, Paramedical, House surgeons, Students, Health care workers). Sample Collection: 100 people—questioned on Biomedical or Dental waste management—Questionnaires collected—subject to statistics analysis. 9 dental dept. of Ragas Dental College chosen – collection of biomedical/dental waste—random sampling done for 10 days each dept. Armamentarium—Rubber gloves color coded bags weight machine (2 kg) (Black, Yellow, and White). Red—Mask, gloves, head cap, suction, light cure tips. Yellow—Cotton, gauze, teeth (without amalgam) pathological, anatomical, microbiological waste. Small puncture proof—needles, reamers, files, blades, broaches, orthodontic/ligature wires. Big puncture proof—teeth with amalgam fillings, non contact amalgam. Study Results: KAB (Knowledge, attitude and behavior). The attitude for biomedical waste among the five categories was significant as the health care workers had no knowledge on the importance of biomedical waste very few doctors and house surgeons had undergone previous training in the biomedical waste.