"industry use" and "industrial use" were shown in recent news and discussion rose. However, the argument seemed to focus on food industry.
There may be a slight difference in meaning: industry use is likely to refer to usage by a particular industry, while industrial use would refer to use by any industry.
Acme Corp. is accused of contaminating the aquifer with uranium tetroxide. Industry use of water has tripled in the last decade.
Here, "industry" would probably refer to the nuclear industry. "Industrial" would include all industries in the affected region.
A kitchen appliance might be labelled "Not for industrial use". The intention is to warn the user that the machine is designed for occasional use, and to withstand continuous operation. There, it would be unacceptable to substitute "industry".
Industrial is an adjective, whereas industry and use are both nouns. In grammar, if a noun modifies another noun, the modifier serves as an adjective such as home use, chicken soup, industry use. So there is no difference in meaning of these two phrases i.e. industry use and industrial use.