When was the water well invented?

Answer The oldest known water wells date back to around 8000 BC. The oldest known wells were discovered at excavations at Kissonerga-Mylouthkia and Shillourocambous in Cyprus, according to an "Antiquity" ... Read More »

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Who invented the water bottle?

Water bottles can be traced back to 10,000 B.C. when early man transported water to and from dwellings in primitive vessels and animal skins. The Egyptians, in 1450 B.C., then transported water in ... Read More »

When were water towers invented?

According to Iowa State University, the first "elevated steel water tank west of the Mississippi River" was built in 1897. Other early water towers can be traced back to the Industrial Revolution,... Read More »

Who invented the first water closet?

The first water closet was invented in 1596 by English inventor Sir John Harington. It was invented for English monarch Queen Elizabeth I and predates the next version of the water closet by 200 ye... Read More »

Who invented the first water filter?

Philip Emery, an inventor from Irvine, California, created the first water filter, according to Free Patents Online. He filed his invention with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 1977 and rec... Read More »