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White Young Green has won a contract to inspect and test the structure that supports the roof and windows of the 100 year old listed canopy of London's Victoria Station.

Feasibility studies for use of rainwater recycling for toilets and washbasins, wind turbines, photovoltaic panels and geothermal energy will take place. 'The challenging aspect of this project is the height and complexity of the roofing structure and the fact that all inspections must be carried out using abseilers between 11pm and 5pm, ' said a White Young Green spokesman.

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