Soils are life as they provide the best medium for plant growth as well as they are the habitats for different kinds of insects and other soil microorganisms. They act as the filtering system for the surface water, carbon sequester. The soils are polluted because of unmanaged solid waste dumping stations (landfills). Different kinds of solid wastes such as municipal wastes, medical wastes and sometimes the industrial wastes are dumped in the landfilling stations. The wastes can be entered into the soil as leachate. And, thus the soil resource can be polluted as the consequence. The research study has revealed the effects of the waste dumping station of Barishal on the chemical properties of soils. Soils of several agricultural plots surrounding the “Moylakhola” waste dumping station are influenced as the chemical properties (pH, ORP, EC, salt, organic matter and some other nutrients such as nitrogen (N), potassium (K) and sulfur (S)) of the soils are significantly altered. In this study, it is found that the deterioration of the chemical properties of the agricultural soils is increasing when the sampling point is getting closer to the solid waste dumping station. Several chemical properties are correlated to the physical properties of the soil as well. Further research is needed to examine the influences of the open and unmanaged disposal system of solid wastes based on the contamination due to heavy metals and persistent organic pollutants.