472 W. Main Street
Arcade, NY 14009
Acquired by NOCO in 2004, Crabb Energy Products has been operating in and around Arcade for more than 65 years. With several service vans, tanker trucks and pickup trucks, Crabb services an area of approximately 65 miles and provides heating and cooling equipment, propane, and heating oil to customers with old-fashioned, friendly and efficient service.
7334 E. Main Street
Lima, NY 14485
Headquartered in Lima, NY, Kirkwood Energy Products began a partnership with NOCO in 2013. Kirkwood has been serving both commercial and residential customers with gasoline, diesel, kerosene, heating oil and propane for more than 50 years. With its own bulk storage facility and a desire to keep abreast of the continually changing energy climate, Kirkwood is an established, reliable and respected company.
52 Leslie Street
Buffalo, NY 14211
River Road Research builds solutions to support planet, people and profits. It is committed to finding solutions to the problem of food waste.
1276 Military Road
Kenmore, NY 14217
Shanor is one of Western New York’s most trusted supply stores for electric contractors. Whether you are a contractor buying supplies for your commercial or residential job or you are a homeowner looking for new fixtures, Shanor Electric Supplies has everything you need. Its warehouse is fully stocked for your everyday purchases at two locations in Western New York. When pickup is not convenient, Shanor offers daily delivery service.
63 Richfield Street
Lockport, NY 14094
Thrifty Energy Products has been partnering with NOCO since 2005. As a heating oil and propane distributor, Thrifty offers underground tank installations, automatic delivery, free gas safety checks, tank installations and installations to existing propane systems.
Buffalo River Compost, located in Buffalo’s historic Old First Ward, has been serving the community since 2017. The facility takes pride in its commitment to environmental conservation and the beatification of our community. Buffalo River Compost keeps thousands of tons of organic surplus from going to regional landfills annually while producing environmentally beneficial compost.