AQA GCSE Pre-release Figure 3 Multiple Choice Quiz

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True or false? Amey Waste are seeking permission to develop a waste incineration plant on their existing Waste Management Park.

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Identify the road the Amey Waste Services existing Waste Management Park is located close to.

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True or false? Due to the location of the existing Waste Management Park, Amey Waste Services argue that no additional land will be required and minor roads in the area will not be affected.

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True or false? If the incinerator is not built waste will need to be transported much further to alternative landfill sites.

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True or false? Supporters of the energy from waste incinerator will decrease landfill and increase landfill.

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Jobs created during construction and when the plant is operational is an example of what type of benefit?

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Supporters of the waste incinerator believe that strict environmental guidelines will mean that air pollution will not be a problem. What type of benefit is this?

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Local residents are concerned about the visual impact of the proposed waste in cinerator for Cambridge. What type of issue is this?

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There are concerns that the waste incinerator will ruin the views of which Cathedral?

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What height is the chimney of the planned building?

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Identify the Abbey close to the proposed development.

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True or false? The proposed development is close to the Denny Farmland Museum, a listed building and tourist attraction visited by many people throughout the year.

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True or false? There are concerns that to keep the generator going large amounts of waste will need to be brought in from a wide area.

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Identify the campaign group set up to oppose the proposed waste incinerator.

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True or false? Local residents see incineration as a better way of dealing with waste than recycling.

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Which of the following are the correct order of the waste hierarchy?

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What does CPRE stand for?

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What is the CPRE?

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True or false? The CPRE recognises it is a difficult decision for the council because the county council is responsible for managing ever-increasing volumes of waste in the area.

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True or false? The CPRE encouraged the county council to look for alternatives to the waste incinerator that put people and the environment first.

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