Charcoal is largely made from tropical woods; although some variations like charcoal briquettes are made from coconut shells. During the production process, wood is burnt at really high temperatures in the absence of air. This production process is termed carbonization.

The production is a highly labor-intensive process. Trees have to be fell, chopped, and burnt at high temperatures.


Charcoal provides a low-cost method of cooking for local communities around the developing part of the world. Most of the locals living in these small communities cannot afford to use cooking gas, kerosene, or even electric cookers with the absence of electricity.

Production of Charcoal is common in various communities and states around Nigeria. We produce and ship from both Kwara and Oyo state of Nigeria based on the type and quality of Charcoal requested.



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