The first water pipes weren’t made from metal at all, but hollowed out logs from hemlock or elm trees. In 1804, Philadelphia installed the first cast iron water pipes for their water mains.
To specify, this information is for America, not worldwide.
The very first plumbing systems, which were in Babylonia, did not use metal at all, but rather used clay mixed with finely chopped straw. The ancient plumbers used this material mixed with Bitumen (a tar like substance) to create crude plumbing systems.
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