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    in reading a bill it says it will show unit of measure as icf- why does my bill show ccf? could that be why my bill was 30 x higher than normal?

    we have had the house over 18 years- our June bill showed spiked usage of 89K gallons and the following month was 216K gallons.  The house is vacant and no leaks-- no floods-- the average use is 7K gallons for a family/per month-- .  could the unit of measurment used be the problem? what is the difference of icf to ccf?


    Dave Wendt

    0  Views: 1367 Answers: 1 Posted: 6 years ago

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    You need to contact the water company about this. We are akaQA, a worldwide general question and answer forum. We can not help you with your questions about the bill. 



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