The mining and searching of raw materials required for cement industries at Wazo hill in Tanzania has resulted to soil degradation leading to lose the diversity of the area due to deposition of heavy metals such as calcium, Aluminium,Silicate,traces of lead and iron which lead to soil toxicity. The process of mycorestoration will be used to rehabilitate the decreased soil productivity without causing negative impacts to the ecosystem. Fungi will be used to uptake toxic materials from the soil through their exclusive ability to secrete extracellular enzymes and acids which are suitable for degradation of a wide range of highly recalcitrant compounds. The process gives NPK and other essential inorganic elements.Soil sample will be collected from different sampling units at the study site for laboratory analysis for the determination of the physicochemical properties of the contaminated soil such as pH, TDS, electrical conductivity, and also determination of ammonia concentration, sulphate and Nitrate. The diversity of fungi species available in the undisturbed area at Wazo hill identified and grouped accordingly in order to identify the species that are suitable to be used in mycoremediation process that will be used to remove the toxic materials from the soil by the use of mushroom mycelium. Data on soil characteristics that will be collected before and after mycorestoration will be analysed to assess the differences on detoxification of the affected soil.