Nuclear waste disposal is an integral part of nuclear power generation. The disposal of these complex wastes can be difficult and expensive, since it can pose significant hazards to the flora and fauna if handled improperly. The disposal of nuclear waste is a big challenge faced by the industries all over the world. The industries produce tons of nuclear waste which are buried deep inside the soil where they are encased to concrete form. The radiations emitted from these waste may also cause serious genetic disorders which can disrupt the genetic material of our cells. Thus it is important to inherit different methodologies for disposal of nuclear waste in eco friendly way. Therefore, we have decided to work upon a new idea that may control the emission of radiations. We focus mainly on using radiotrophic bacteria to minimize the harmful radiations from these wastes. Radiotrophic bacteria are extremophile bacteria that feed on radioactive elements and heavy metals and utilize them for their natural growth. These types of bacteria usually survive in extreme radioactive conditions. One of extremophile bacterium which we mainly focus on is Deinococcus radiodurans. This bacterium is found to be one of the most radiation resistant organism known and has been listed as the world’s toughest bacterium in The Guiness Books of world Records. This bacterium is found to be non dangerous for humans as it does not cause any disease or allergic reactions in humans. Moreover, this bacterium is found to be ecofriendly for the environment. These bacteria absorb radiations and utilize them for their metabolic activities. The byproducts released from the metabolic activities are chemical energy in the form of ATP and water molecules. These bacteria can withstand radiations of an acute dose of 5000 grays and heavy metals like cadmium etc. therefore if we grow these bacteria nearby the nuclear power plant where the nuclear waste are generated and collected in a container then it would definitely minimize the harmful radiations of nuclear wastes. These bacteria are then embedded in a system in the form of biofilm using nanopaint technology. The biofilm would be painted at the sides of the wall of the container. When the nuclear wastes are sent to these tanks/ reactors, radiations will be absorbed by the bacteria present at the side of the wall. So the bacteria will be grown by absorbing the radiations. Hence, nuclear waste with less or no radiations will be collected which can now be disposed safely. So if these containers when dumped into the ground and unfortunate accidents occur, there would be no possibility of harmful effects of radiations even when leakage occurs. Since we are embedding bacteria in the form of biofilm therefore corrosion of container material will be very less. Thereby, the shelf life of the container will be increased. Since, chemical energy is produced during metabolic activities of these bacteria; therefore a device has to be established to convert this chemical energy to electrical energy. Hence through this way the harmful effects of nuclear waste can be controlled and used in efficient way. Hereby, we conclude that the toxic radioactive waste can be effectively reduced in an eco-friendly manner.