Solid waste management is one of the most basic essential services provided by municipal authorities in the country to keep urban centers clean. However, it is among the most poorly rendered services—the systems applied are unscientific, outdated and inefficient; population coverage is low; and the poor are marginalized. India produces 150 million tonnes of fruits and vegetables and 50 million tonnes of waste per annum. The Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMCs) were established by the Maharashtra government to streamline and regulate the sale and purchase of different types of agriculture and pisciculture produce from remote areas. Spread over a sprawling 122 hectares, the Mumbai Agricultural Produce Market Committee(APMC) at Vashi is the entry point of all food grains and vegetables meant for the extended region of Metropolitan Mumbai. An average of 50-60 Metric Tonne of ORGANIC waste per day is generated. Students of Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Architecture, Kharghar along with mentors, Shantanu Poredi and Manisha Aggarwal and Sampurn(e)earth worked over two months to come up with a solution for the Waste Management of the APMC Market, Vashi.