Our work aims to throw light on biosorption of heavy metals in a Liquid Solid Fluidized Bed as a successful alternative for heavy metal removal. The design and fabrication of LSFB has been discussed. Batch studies and fluidized bed studies were carried out to study the biosorption behavior for chromium, nickel, copper and cadmium by alginate beads containing a mixed consortium of Yeast, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus subtilis and Escherichia coli. Fluidized bed studies were carried out in 1m length and 5cm diameter column, with an optimized adsorbent dosage of 1g/L, a flowrate of 132 LPH, a bed height of length of the reactor. Efficiency of biosorption for copper, cadmium, chromium and nickel in LSFB was found to be 84.62%, 67.17%, 49.25% and 61.02%. The efficiencies were found to depend on the pH, temperature, initial metal concentration, and the residence time of the beads in the fluidized beds. Desorption of the exhausted beads was successful, however, with a reduced biosorption capacity. Pretreatment of the culture was found to increase the capacity of metal uptake.