Create the relationship(s) needed between the tables.


WasteNot Recycling picks up recyclables from homeowners in Boulder, Colorado. Neighborhoodssubscribe to the service so that pickup is cost-effective. WasteNot provides specialcontainers to subscribers for sorting recyclables: a blue container for paper productsand a purple container for aluminum, plastic, and glass products.


Subscribers place their recycling containers on the curb for biweekly pickup. Each recycling container is weighed before being emptied. WasteNot drivers carry handheld recording devices used to track each pickup. Subscribers receive quarterly profit-sharing checks based on their contributions. If WasteNot does not make a profit, subscribers are not paid for their recyclables. If WasteNot makes a profit, subscribers share in that profit.


WasteNot has asked you to help develop a relational database that will effectively track subscribers, using the data downloaded from the drivers’ devices. WasteNot has provided you with asnapshot of two tables you need to create. The Customer table shown here holds static customer information such as name, address, and phone. The Customer Record table holds data about each recyclable pickup.

Specifically, WasteNot needs you to:

  • Create a Microsoft Access database named “YOURNAME_WasteNot”
  • Create the tables, fields, data types, and primary key(s) for the database.
  • Create the relationship(s) needed between the tables.
  • Populate the database with the data provided above.

Please submit the created database file through the assignment link in Moodle.



  • There are two tables in the database
  • Do NOT forget to define primary key(s) for your tables!
  • Some table might have more than one attribute as its primary key
  • Do NOT forget the relationship between the two tables!






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