The new era of Web and Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm is being enabled by the proliferation of various devices like RFIDs, sensors, and actuators. Smart devices (devices having significant computational capabilities, transforming them to smart things) are embedded in the environment to monitor and collect ambient information. In a city, this leads to Smart City frameworks. Intelligent services could be offered on top of such information related to any aspect of humans activities. A typical example of services offered in the framework of Smart Cities is IoT enabled waste management. Waste management involves not only the collection of the waste in the field but also the transport and disposal to the appropriate locations. In this project, we present a comprehensive and thorough survey of waste management models. Specifically, we focus on the adoption of smart devices as a key enabling technology in contemporary waste management. We report on the strengths and weaknesses of various models to reveal their characteristics. EXISTING SYSTEM In the existing system there is no indication whether the dustbin is over flown. It is more time consuming task and it is less effective. It leads to the wastage of time since the truck will go and clean whether the dustbin is full or empty. This system need high cost. This system will create a un-hygiene environment and make the city unclean. In this system the level of the dustbin will not be known and create the bad smell spreads and cause illness to human beings. It also make more traffic and noise.