Increase in the global greenhouse gases emission drastically increases the hot weather. Due to mismanagement of waste and natural resources, we have already experienced several warning from global warming and climate change. Waste are indeed wasted resources, at this juncture, it is imperative to leverage the R&D organizations expertise, technologies and research strength to achieve quantum cost, environmental & social benefits on waste based alternative composite materials for optimum universal benefits.The present study discuss about the recycling opportunity of hazardous jarosite waste released from zinc industry in making value added composite bricks using coal combustion residues (CCRs) and marble processing residues (MPRs) as additives along with clay under sintering processes.