Gurgaon is a city located very close to Delhi, the National Capital of India and fall under the National Capital Region (NCR). It did not have proper waste management facilities. A section of the city’s residents (DLF City Gurgaon) were initiated actions after suffering from the uncontrolled dumping of municipal wastes. The DLF City Gurgaon residents demanded better waste management facilities in the city. The residents had been agitating for long and pressed authorities to set up a new facility nearby Bandwari village. With their long demand and no action taken from the Gurgaon Municipal authority, they filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana High Court in 2008. The honorable high court in its verdict ordered Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon to make better waste management facilities in the city. With the instruction from the Court, Gurgaon Municipal Corporation (GMC) along with Faridabad Municipal Corporation (FMC) decided to set up a joint solid waste treatment plant at Bandhwari village. The proposed site is about 15 km from Gurgaon on Faridabad-Gurgaon road. Haryana state government had promised to build this modern solid waste-treatment plant. The facility will treat waste from both the cities [1,4].