Where was the first indoor plumbing used?
Answer . Yes and gas for lighting and there was even venting and soil and waste lines and storm drainage
Answer . some what, some places had a hand pump in side, in some cities yes, not in the country, they used hand pumps or wells, and out houses,
Answer . yes
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From what I read I am not sure they have in door plumbing YET but they are working on it. As soon as the construction boom in Ireland is finished then tradesmen will possib…ly go to England and install plumbing properly....
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Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was the very first American to have indoor plumbing! :)
in 1829, the Tremont Hotel of Boston had the first running water ofany business in America. It boasted eight water closets for theirguests.
i would have to say yes because they had a sewage system that went into the Ganges
The first signs of plumbing date back as far as 8000 B.C. in Scotland where evidence has been found of indoor plumbing pipes or troughs that carried water and wastes out to a …nearby creek.
I believe it was Thomas Krapper The flushing toilet was invented by John Harrington in 1596. Joseph Bramah of Yorkshire patented the first practical water closet in England …in 1778. Edward Jennings in 1852 also took out a patent for the flush-out toilet.
Indoor plumbing was invented by the Romans. Its common use in the US began around the turn of the 20th century with the advent of pumps to move water. Some inventive people ha…d used storage tanks and hand powered pumps to provide indoor plumbing as early as the 18th century but these were not in widespread use.
In World War 2
Yes they had indoor plumbing in World War 2. Some farmers did not have it but nearly everyone in the cities in the US, US and Europe and Some Asian places had indoor plumbing.… You asked the right person. My grandfather had a hardware store and plumbing business way back then.