What is the cubic measurement of one ton of anthracite coal?

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fifoenergy.com says 35.314 cubic feet per 1 ton of bituminous coal. My coal supplier tells me to figure about 36 cubic feet for my antrhacite pea coal wikianswers says about 40 cubic feet per ton of antrhacite.
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