What is a ccf measurement ?


an abbreviation for 100 cubic feet. Local water and sewer utilities often sell water in CCF units; for this purpose one CCF equals about 748.05 gallons (U.S. or about 2831.7 liters. Utilities sometimes sell natural gas in CCF units; for this purpose
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1 hundred cubic feet.
The City of Raleigh measures water consumption in CCFs. CCF stands for one hundred cubic feet. One CCF equals 748 gallons.
Some water companies bill in gallons and others bill in CCF. CCF is 100s of cubic feet of water. One (1) CCF equals 748 gallons of water. To get gallons, multiply CCF by 748.
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