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The term "waterpipe" is usually used when talking Plumbing. It is a term that refers to a pipe that supplies fresh water to a water heater, water softener, faucet, etc. The term can also be applied to the large pipes that carry fresh water throughout a city underground. Pipes can be steel or copper. The term "waterpipe" is never used to refer to the pipes in a house that carry waste water. These would be sewer pipes.

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