Is Brent Dealing Adequately with Its Environmental Problems?
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GCSE HUMANITIES COURSEWORK: IS BRENT DEALING ADEQUATELY WITH ITS ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS? For my GCSE Humanities coursework, I will be observing how or if Brent is dealing adequately with its environmental problems. Brent is a borough in North West London. London is the capital of England. A MAP OF BRENT Brent is the joining of Wembley and Willesden boroughs, which is under the London government act of 1963. In 1965, Brent started to tackle down on its environmental problems. One of these environmental problems was the over-crowding of poor-housing. This was usually found in the areas of south bent. Brent is a great business location and helps with London's economic well-being. Brent has good rail links which goes towards central London, Europe and the rest of the U.K. Two of London's largest industrial estates are in Brent. They are located in Park Royal and Wembley. N Wembley, they have the new Wembley arena, which brings in tourists as well as job vacancies. Industry has improved due to improved road systems, which includes the north circular road and the M1. ...read more.
I will use a questionnaire to find the data needed, and also look for pictures on the topic on which I am doing. I will ask about 11 questions. My first question is: Do you recycle? I asked this question because that's the whole reason of this questionnaire is to see who recycles. My next question is: Are you male or female? I asked this question to compare if whichever gender recycles more than each other. My next question is: If you do recycle, why don't you? I asked this to see the reason as to why people recycle. My next question: Is if you don't recycle why don't you? I asked to see why people aren't bothered to recycle. My next question: Do you own green box? I asked this because the green box shows that people recycle their items within it. My next question: From the list below which items do you recycle? Plastic bottles Glass bottles Paper Cans Other I asked this as these items and more are recyclable My next question: Do you think recycling helps the environment? ...read more.
Facilities have been located throughout the borough for the collection of waste and the intention is to expand these facilities into the 'bring' system of recycling utilising mini-recycling centres. These facilities would be found on supermarkets forecourts and car parks. The reason for this is to encourage shoppers to come and recycle their waste there when they come shopping. This also makes things convenient for them. New industries, warehousing and offices development are expected to take part in recycling and the collection of waste. Brent has improved in its recycling since December 2005. 'Brent achieved a 21% recycling rate in December 2005. This achievement is thanks to all our residents who have taken advantage of our services. Brent residents have shown an increased interest in recycling which makes us confident that our recycling rates will continue to improve year on year as they have done. ' Source Brent internet site This shows that recycling is improving due to the public becoming more aware of their environment. Brent puts a lot of money into their recycling programme 'Brent Council is spending over £2m extra each year to deliver an excellent street-cleaning and recycling service' ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.
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