Lisa Mullally, 35, joined the national company in spring 2014, to head up the recycling banks arm of the business.
Named by a regional business magazine as one to watch, Lisa, was appointed as recycling bank account manager, responsible for co-ordinating and overseeing the firm’s new service offering of refurbishment, remodelling, repair and manufacture of recycling banks.
In the past few months, Lisa has established a strong reputation for Fairport Containers’ recycling banks service and secured a raft of impressive contracts.
Lisa commented: “It’s been a really busy year for me developing the new recycling banks service and securing contracts with a range of companies including local authorities and leading UK charities.
“My goal is to get the message out to all companies requiring these services that we are a one-stop-shop for all things relating to recycling banks and so far, this seems to be working. I am delighted that my hard work has been recognised by such a well-respected business magazine.”
Recently, Lisa has excelled further by taking on another product within her division and is now buying, selling and refurbishing 770 litre to 1100 litre trade waste bins.
Lisa added: “My aim for 2015 is to contact all local councils across the UK to buy, sell and refurbish trade waste bins.”
Lancashire Business View magazine recognised Lisa in its annual Young ‘Uns review, which takes a snapshot of emerging business talent in the county under the age of 36.