Industrial biotechnology is the current application of biotechnology for the manufacture and processing of chemical products, materials, and fuels in a sustainable manner. Biotechnological processing employs enzymes and microorganisms to create products for a variety of industries, including chemical and pharmaceutical, human and animal nutrition, pulp and paper, textiles, energy, materials, and polymers, all of which rely on renewable raw materials. Many of these industries are more efficient and ecologically friendly as a result of the use of biotechnology to replace old processes, contributing to industrial sustainability in a variety of ways. One of the most promising new approaches to pollution control, resource conservation, and cost reduction is industrial biotechnology. Biotechnology's third wave is commonly referred to as Industrial Biotechnology. Working with nature to enhance and optimise existing biochemical pathways that can be employed in manufacturing is what industrial biotechnology is all about. The industrial biotechnology revolution is based on a series of connected advances in genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics, three domains that investigate detailed information derived from cells.