Olive is a common economic plant, mainly used to produce olive oil and table olives. Globally, the olive tree is planted on more than 15 million hectares, about 80% of these trees are located in the Mediterranean region, and olives are the cornerstone of the agricultural economy and sustainable development of some of these countries. The production of olive oil produces large quantities of pomace, which can be made into green olive charcoal. Others such as olive wood and olive stones can also be used as raw materials for the production of charcoal. These ingredients are cheap and readily available in areas where olives are grown.