Efficacy of vermi-transformation for metal partitioning and transformation from Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) and Activated Sludge (AS) was investigated. Sludge samples were mixed with cow dung (CD) in two combinations (1:1 (UASB/AS:CD)) & (2:1(UASB/AS: CD)). Fractionation study revealed that Zn, Cd & Pb were associated with reducible fractions, and Cr, Cu with oxidizable fractions. Higher removal efficiency for 1:1 (UASB/AS: CD) combination over 2:1 (UASB/AS: CD) implies the non-significant contribution of cow dung during the metal stabilization process. After vermi-remediation, maximum metal removal was achieved at 1:1 ratio than 2:1 in AS. In UASB, 1:1 ratio worked better for Cr, Zn & Cd, whereas for Cu & Zn 2:1 ratio resulted in efficient removal. Overall for both AS and UASB, efficiency was found to be higher in 1:1 treatment ratio. The value of Kd (Bio sorption) was highest in Cu followed by Cr, which indicates the closer association with the metal bound organic matter (R2 ≥ 0.99). Based on the compliance study between two estimated sorption coefficients Kd (Biosorption & Fractions), vermi-remediation was found to be effective for AS than UASB. Therefore, the obtained results clearly validate the feasibility of integration of vermi-remediation as a potential promising ecological techniques for removing metal contaminant from the wastewater. Further research is required to study the decontamination of emerging contaminants with such integrated technology, which have physico-chemical properties different than metal ions.