Biomass derived biomaterials or nanobiomaterials are biodegradable, nontoxic, sustainable and substitute for synthetic materials as well as capable to reduce greenhouse gas emission like CO2, CO, SOx, HC and NOx. It is renewable and outstanding energy resource for the creation of steam and electricity, transportation fuel, manufacturing industries. It can be used for biomaterial and nanobiomaterial production as biopolymer or nano-biopolymer (bio-plastic and nano-bioplastic), bone joint gum, nano-gum and bionanoplastic screw for bone joint, nanocatalyst for biofuel, car biobumper and accessories. Fruit and crop waste biomass can be the sources of biomaterial and nanobiomaterial based products like bioplastic and nanobioplastic (nanocellulose fibre, carbon nanotubes, nano-biocellulose film, nanocatalysts for biofuels, bioelectricity) in the agroindustry, pharmaceuticals, biomedical and bioengineering aspect. Nanoscale measurement, sources and production process (basic of blow molding) of nanobioplastic for biomedical, biofuel, car biobumper and accessories from different waste biomass are described. Research based data on nanocatalyst, nanoplastic and nanocompost are presented.